Will I get quality coaching?

The BJA Coaching award is regarded as being one of the best in the world – it is designed to deliver safer, quality Judo instruction.

All NI Judo Federation member Clubs are required to have at least one qualified BJA/NIJF Coach.

Coaches must be proficient in First Aid.

Coaches are reuqired to comply with the BJA child protection policy .

All qualified BJA/NIJF Coaches are required to complete a personal disclosure form.

Latest news

5 December, 2017
The NIJF Executive Committee are delighted to announce the appointment of Vicki Kennedy as Club and...
28 November, 2017
Please see below details of NI Judo Federation membership fees for 2018 Any queries please contact...
21 November, 2017
SPORTS GOVERNANCE GUIDE FOR NORTHERN IRELAND LAUNCHED An online Sports Governance Guide for...
16 October, 2017
Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th November Longtower Youth Club, Brandywell, Derry. See Entry Form...
29 August, 2017
IJA Refereeing Commission host Mr Neil Adams MBE for a workshop on the latest IJF rules and...

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