Coaching/NCCP

Judo BC Minimum Coaching Standards

Effective September 1 2014, All Head Instructors, Club Coaches and Instructors are required to be NCCP certified Dojo Instructors (Competition Introduction & Instructor Intermediate).

National Coach’s Certification Program (NCCP)

  • The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP), launched in 1974 and delivered in partnership with the government of Canada, provincial/territorial governments,and national/provincial/territorial sport organizations, gives coaches the confidence to succeed.

Coach training and certification through the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) inquiries can be directed to the NCCP Committee Chair at nccp@judobc.ca.

Check out Judo Canada’s NCCP Policy

Judo NCCP Coach Pathway

Judo NCCP Coach Developer Pathway

NCCP Coach Developers include Learning Facilitators (LFs), Coach Evaluators (CEs), and Master Coach Developers (MCDs).

Coach Developers Pathway

These are the people that coach and evaluate the coaches. For details on the Coach Developers Pathway CLICK HERE and for the Judo pre-requisites please see the Judo Canada NCCP Policy Manual.

Dojo Assistant Course (Integrated Theory & Technical) – 16 hours

  • Prerequisites:
  • Minimum age of 16
  • Minimum rank of Green belt with a working knowledge of the judo techniques included in the DA program and as identified by the Judo Canada Kyu syllabus
  • For Green, Blue and Brown belt, a letter of recommendation from the sensei stating that the participant meets the technical requirements

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Dojo Instructor Course (Integrated Theory & Technical) – 17 to 24 hours depending on the number of participants

  • Prerequisites
  • Minimum age of 18
  • Minimum rank of Brown belt with a working knowledge of the judo techniques included in the Judo Canada Kyu syllabus. (Black belt required for certification)
  • Complete the on-line “Nutrition for Judo Coaches” E-Learning module
  • A letter of recommendation from the sensei stating that the participant meets the technical requirements
  • Dojo Assistant Trained

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Competition Development Course

  • Prerequisites
  • Minimum age of 21
  • Minimum rank of Shodan with a working knowledge of the judo techniques included in the Judo Canada syllabus (up to and including Shodan). Nidan required for certification at this level
  • Trained Dojo Instructor (or old Level 2 Certified)
  • A letter of recommendation from the provincial/territorial association stating that the participant works with Developing Competitors at the Provincial level; and meets the technical requirements
  • Completion of the Multisport Competition Development modules

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Professional Development Program

  • As a new initiative to ensure that coaches across Canada are continually up to date, Coaches Association of Canada has unveiled a Professional Development Program as a requirement to maintain instruction and coaching certification. Below is a description of what is needed and how they are achieved.

Competition Development – 30 points over 5 years

Dojo Instructor – 20 points over 5 years

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Dojo Instructor – 10 points over 5 years

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