Coach education

Events that may be useful for coaches.

These may or may not be eligible for use as revalidation events - see event details to confirm.

Note the Excellence Sessions can only be used as a revalidation event after attending two.

Only coaches taking part in the technical session will be permitted to add their names to the revalidation list at an Excellence Session.

28
Nov
2021

28-11-2021 10:00 am -3:00 pm
Goole Leisure Centre
Goole Leisure Centre
North St, Goole DN14 5QX, UK
£5 / person, £7.50 family, Coaches free

Judogi: Players are to maintain the high standards of judo etiquette and personal hygiene expected by the BJA.

Zori: Suitable footwear must be worn to the edge of the mat

 

Typical session structure:

 

09.45-10:15hrs Registration

10:15-10:45hrs Warm up/body circuit

10:45-12:15hrs Open Randori (2 mats except when Y&H Gradings held alongside sessions)

13:00-15:00hrs Technical session - Tachiwaza/newaza drills & invited coach/player masterclasses

 

 

19
Dec
2021

19-12-2021 9:00 am -12:00 pm
Concord Sports Centre
Concord Sports Centre
Concord Sports Centre, Sheffield, S5 6AE
£37.00

This interactive workshop will help coaches recognise poor practice and the red flags of abuse, while also prompting a review of your coaching practice to ensure that you provide a positive and enriching experience for all children.

Details and booking

£37.00
19
Dec
2021

19-12-2021 12:15 pm -3:30 pm
Concord Sports Centre
Concord Sports Centre
Concord Sports Centre, Sheffield, S5 6AE
£37.00

This is a 3 hour First Aid awareness raising course and is recognised by various National Governing Bodies. It is an ideal course for individuals who wish to gain basic knowledge of what to do in an emergency.

Details and booking

£37.00
05
Feb
2022

05-02-2022 1:00 pm -5:00 pm
York Railway Institute
York Railway Institute
Railway Institute, 22 Queen St, York YO24 1AD, UK

During the day coaches and players will be taken through the whole of Nage-no-Kata.

Examinations maybe taken on the day if candidates have completed a course previously.

This course is suitable for anyone wishing to learn Kata, for those wishing to fulfil the requirements for their next grade and for coach’s revalidation.

Revalidation Course Suitable for All Level of Coaches

Registration at 12:45 for 13:00 start 

“This is a British Judo Association Licensed Coach Education/Revalidation Course”

06
Feb
2022

06-02-2022 12:45 pm -5:00 pm
York Railway Institute
York Railway Institute
Railway Institute, 22 Queen St, York YO24 1AD, UK
£15.00

During the day coaches and players will be taken through the whole of Katame-no-Kata.

Examinations maybe taken on the day if candidates have completed a course previously.

This course is suitable for anyone wishing to learn Kata, for those wishing to fulfil the requirements for their next grade and for coach’s revalidation.

Revalidation Course Suitable for All Level of Coaches

Book in: 12:45

“This is a British Judo Association Licensed Coach Education/Revalidation Course”

Register now

£15.00
04
Jun
2022

04-06-2022 9:00 am -5:00 pm
York Railway Institute
York Railway Institute
Railway Institute, 22 Queen St, York YO24 1AD, UK
£425.00

This course aims to provide candidates with an introduction to the processes and principles of coaching judo to adults and children.

If you are already a qualified coach and are looking to develop your knowledge and skills to deliver better and more sessions at your club, then this is the course for you.

On successful completion of this course candidates will receive a UKCC Level 2 coaching award and will be equipped to deliver sessions independently and work alongside a UKCC Level 3 judo coach during club or other relevant coaching sessions. UKCC Level 2 coaches are also able to set up their own judo club(s).

The course will run on two weekends.

Weekend 1: 4th-5th June 2022
Weekend 2: 9th-10th July 2022

This is NOT a single day course!

£425.00
09
Jul
2022

09-07-2022 9:00 am - 10-07-2022 5:00 pm
York Railway Institute
York Railway Institute
Railway Institute, 22 Queen St, York YO24 1AD, UK
100

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.