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.

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11 May, 2017
Venue - House of Sport, Upper Malone Road, Belfast, BT9 5LA Time -   7pm
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