Need accreditation to teach Ju-Jitsu?
There is now a growing need in the community for people to show they are “Qualified or Accredited” in whatever they do. This has now spread to the Martial Arts.
Many Police Citizens Youth Welfare Clubs and other venue owners now require any person instructing on their premises to be qualified or accredited. It has also been rumoured that in the future Insurance companies MAY require some proof of qualification or accreditation.
It is strongly recommended that all AJJA Inc. instructors become Qualified Coaches through the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) in association with the International College of Kenshusei who conduct Nationally recognised courses.
This is a nationally recognised Educational/Vocational qualification and does not have to be redone.
Unlike other organisations such as the MAIA Ltd or AJJF Inc. (NCAS) that have to be redone every two to three years at a cost and may have strings attached like membership to these organisations.
Martial Arts Instructor
As a minimum, all Instructors should have Certificate III in Sports Coaching (Martial Arts) that must include the unit of competency SRSMAR005A plus one of the units SRSMAR006A to SRSMAR011A.
For help within your Association contact Sensei Lynn Farmer who is our Training Consultant on 0415 452 846. Lynn is in constant contact with Barry Johnston of the College.
International College of Kenshusei
The International College of Kenshusei (I.C.K) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 6930) that offers training and education in the Security/Hospitality Industries as well as the Sport and Recreation industry through the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA).
The International College of Kenshusei is proud to be able to offer Traineeships in the areas of Sport and Recreation, Fitness and Security. Flexible learning (Workplace Training, Class Room Learning or a Combination of both) is available for all Traineeships, all subjects.
Martial Arts Assessor and Trainer
This qualification course is a combination of ANTA Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training and Certificate IV in Sport (Coaching) martial arts. Graduates will now be able to assess (in association with the International College of Kenshusei) their own students in their own martial arts system to the new qualification standards as laid out in the new SRS03 Sport training package (martial arts). These courses are “Nationally Recognised Training” courses offered in association with the “The International College of Kenshusei”.
For further information phone: 1300 666 112 or visit the website.