Information and documents on the processes and organisation of British Judo’s coaching system can be found on this page.

Recognition of Coaching Awards Issued by other Associations (As of Jan 2020)

Coaching Qualifications Summary (As of Jan 2020)

Coaching FAQs (As of Jan 2020)

Coaches Codes of Conduct and Ethics (As of Jan 2020)

Coach Reinstatement and Recognition Document Admin Process (As of Jan 2020)

Applied Learning Application Form

A BJA club should have BJA Club Insurance and the requirements needed to meet all insurance. There should be at least one UKCC Level 2 qualified coach within your club and each coach thereafter should have a valid:

  • DBS
  • Safeguarding and protecting children certificate
  • First Aid certificate
  • Attend 3 revalidation modules within the last coaching cycle

*Failure to have any of the above means your coach is not BJA licensed and this will invalidate your club’s insurance.

UK Coaching

UK Coaching resources

UK Coaching Workshops

You can also find useful external resources from Sports Coach UK around coaching athletes with disabilities

Impairment Specific Coaching Awareness Factsheets

Coaching Resources:

Connect Coaches ( Coaching’s free online community for coaches from all sports and activities. It’s a friendly and supportive place where members pool ideas and solve problems together, sharing their experiences for the benefit of the wider coaching community.

You’ll find lots on the site to help improve your coaching, including blogs, podcasts, videos, photos and conversations started in the many group forums. Registration is free and simple.