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Level 1 Coaching in Judo Course

September 1

Minimum requirements for entry to the course:

 

  • Applicants MUST be a current member of JudoScotland for at least one calendar year prior to application.
  • Age : 16 years + (must be 16 years old by the start date of the course)
  • Grade : 2nd Kyu (Blue belt)

 

BLENDED LEARNING FORMAT

We now have a blended learning approach to our coaching system, so please read on before going ahead and booking the course. Prior to attending you will have to complete an online section which we have given you two weeks to complete. Once registration is closed, all the candidates will be sent a link to our Bright Space platform for you to work through the online modules.

  1. Register
    Bookings will close on the 16th August at 12 noon
  2. Once bookings close, (a payment link will be sent to you) and you will be sent a link to register with Bright Space
  3. During this period you complete the online content
  4. Attend the course venue in person on the 1st September 2024

VIDEO assessment by the 18th October  2024.

 

Please ensure when signing up for this course you are able to attend all of the dates shown above. 

 

All candidates must be familiar with the Mon/Kyu grade syllabus prior to the course starting.

 

PLEASE READ PAYMENT INFORMATION BELOW

 

The cost for this course is £200

 

*Number of funded places will be limited to 16, course cost will be £200 thereafter.

*Assessments completed past the assessment dates forfeit funding and will be chargeable at £75 per assessment.

 

 

Over the last fifteen years JudoScotland have received a subsidy from sportscotland to make coaching more affordable to a wider audience.

 

In 2024/25 sportscotland have updated their focus to shine a spotlight on EDI. This refocus now means that JudoScotland must refresh our subsidy policy moving forward, through our ‘Judo for All’ strategy we have identified some key target groups that will be considered for financial subsidy against our course costs.

 

For more information on sportscotland updated policy please follow the link.

Coach education subsidy funding – sportscotland the national agency for sport in Scotland

 

 JudoScotland will consider course subsidy applications from all qualifying JudoScotland members who sit in one or more of our target groups for 2024/25.

  •        Females
  •        Members 16 years to 25 years
  •        Members from rural areas
  •        Disabled members
  •        Members from ethnic minorities
  •        Members living in 20% most deprived area according to the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) https://simd.scot/#/simd2020/BTTTFTT/9/-4.0000/55.9000/

 

Successful applicants will receive funding at the rate of 25%, 50% or 75% towards the cost of their course.

 

To see if you qualify for subsidy for this event please complete the online form when you have selected your ticket.

 

If your application for subsidy is successful, a payment link will be emailed to you

If the applicant agrees to the subsidy offered and accept, they must complete the course within the dates advertised, failure to adhere to the agreed dates will result in the funding being forfeited and the applicant being invoiced for the required amount.

 

 

 

THE DATES ABOVE MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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Details

Date:
September 1

Organiser

JudoScotland

Venue

Cluarankwai Judo Club
21 New Mill Road KA1 3JB + Google Map

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