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How to keep your coaching accreditation up to date

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Once you have your accreditation, at whatever level, you must continue to keep your skills up to date. Following, in Credit point scale for accreditation updating, is a list of the ways you can gain points to maintain your accreditation.

Level I

  • Complete another Level I Course or
  • Achieve Level II accreditation or
  • Attain 25 credit points over a 4 year period with a minimum of 5 points per year.

Level II

  • Complete another level II Course or
  • Achieve Level III Accreditation or

Level III

  • Attain 100 credit points over a 4 year period with a minimum of 15 points per year.

Credit point scale for accreditation updating

A. Attend courses

  • State workshops/camp or seminar

  • 2 points per half day

  • Complete a massage course

  • 8 points

  • Complete Sports Medicine Australia Sports Trainers Course

  • 8 points

  • Complete Senior First Aid Course

  • 8 points

  • Complete Officials/referees course

  • 4 points

  • ISU/ARI course

  • 20 points

  • Attend accreditation to same level (in another sport)

  • Full requirement

    B. Lecture at...

  • Level 1 course (per lecture)

  • 3 points

  • State workshops/camp or seminar (per half day)

  • 2 points

  • National Level II course

  • 20 points

  • ISU/AIRI course

  • 20 points

    C. Produce athlete (i.e. as coach for preceding 12 months)

  • State squad/team

  • 3 points

  • National Development Squad

  • 6 points

  • National Senior Squad

  • 8 points

  • Australian Junior Team Representative

  • 12 points

  • Australian Senior Team Representative

  • 12 points

  • OWI Squad

  • 12 points

  • Top 16 World Ranking

  • 12 points

  • Olympic/Word medallist

  • 12 points

    D. Other

  • Work with a designated Master Coach

  • 5 points

  • Australian Sports Commission organised event

  • 5 points

  • Sports Medicine Australia Sports Trainers Course

  • 5 points

  • State Team Coach

  • 5 points

  • Other National Team Coach

  • 12 points

  • Representative National Team Coach at Olympics or World Championships

  • 20 points

  • Coach for a minimum of 20 hours per year

  • 2 points

  • Coach at a State run Skating School for a minimum of 8 weeks

  • 2 points

    For further information, contact Coaching Co-ordinator


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