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BJA Level 1 Coaching Course Midland Area Members Only with Safeguarding and First Aid Workshop and Tech Grading 1- Sunday 21st April & 19th May 2024 – Lincoln

April 21, 2024

- £130

Midland Area Members Only

The BJA Level 1 award is the starting point for your coaching journey in judo.

The BJA Level 1 award is the starting point for your coaching journey in judo.
If you are new to coaching judo, have limited coaching knowledge or want to get more involved in your club, then this is the course for you.

The course focuses on the ‘how to coach skills’ using practical technical examples (where relevant) to apply these skills; basic technical principles of ne-waza and tachi-waza; health and safety; and basic judo rules.

On successful completion of this course candidates will receive a British Judo Association Level 1 coaching award and will be equipped to work alongside a BJA Level 2 or BJA Level 3 judo coach during club or other relevant coaching sessions. Once they have turned 18 years of age, a BJA Level 1 coach may, upon the discretion of a BJA Level 2 of BJA Level 3 coach, also work independently under supervision.

The course will run across 2 separate days, you will need to attend both.

Venue: Deans Sports & Leisure, Monks Road, Lincoln LN2 5HQ

Day One: Sunday 21st April 2024

Day Two/Assessment day: Sunday 19th May 2024

The fee includes a Face-to-Face Safeguarding and First Aid Workshop and a Technical Grading One Coach Revalidation Workshop which will be organised by the Midland Area Committee please contact for further information –  info@bjamidlandarea.co.uk

F2F Safeguarding – Saturday 20th April

First Aid & TG1 – Saturday 18th May

Attendance of both weekends is required to utilise the subsidy from the Midland Area.

What do you need before you can sign up?

  • Be at least 16 years of age
  • Be a current member of the British Judo Association
  • Hold a minimum British Judo Association 2nd Kyu Grade (Blue Belt)
  • Have a good knowledge of the British Judo Mon and Kyu Grade Syllabi
  • Be able to communicate effectively in English (listening, speaking, reading and writing)

Course details

Candidates are required to complete a Portfolio Tasks within six months of their assessment. These tasks include:

  • Four session plans (minimum of two session plans to be completed before assessment day)
  • Two ne-waza and two tachi-waza coaching point diagrams
  • Health and Safety task – facility check and basic first aid
  • Safeguarding and Protecting Children
  • Contest Rules

For more information about the course, please contact dermot.heslop@britishjudo.org.uk

The fee includes a Face-to-Face Safeguarding and First Aid Workshop and a Technical Grading One Coach Revalidation Workshop which will be organised by the Midland Area Committee please contact for further information –  info@bjamidlandarea.co.uk

Please book your place below.

Thank you for your interest in this course, bookings have now closed.

Details

Date:
April 21, 2024
Cost:
£130
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Organiser

Dermot Heslop
Phone
07976216447
Email
dermot.heslop@britishjudo.org.uk

Venue

Deans Sports and Leisure, Monks Rd, Lincoln, LN2 5HQ
Deans Sports and Leisure
Monks Rd, Lincoln, None LN2 5HQ United Kingdom
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