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2013 Competition Development NCCP course

A Competition Development Course (replacement of the level 3 Technical) will be held on July 19 to 21 in Montreal at the facilities of the Claude Robillard Centre (Metropolitan Judo Club) – 1000 Avenue Émile Journault, Montreal, QCH2M 2E7. 

 Attached registration form and $250 fee paid directly to Judo Canada, must be received at Judo Canada office by June 21st, 2013.

Participants are  responsible for travel and accommodation arrangements.

An official hotel for this event with Judo preferred rates: Ruby Foos 7655 Decarie Boulevard, H4P 2H2; tel 1-888-226-4270

This course will be delivered in English and French by Judo Canada/Coaches Association of Canada certified facilitators.

The course is limited to 20 coaches.  Priority will be given to Coaches who:

1.   need this level of certification to fulfill National/Provincial/Territorial coaching eligibility criteria – Provincial Team’s coaches; coaches of competition oriented judo programs; etc.  

2.   work on daily basis with athletes who are in the Train to Train (U18); Train to Compete (U21) and Train to Win (U21 and Senior) development stage and the training respects the recommendations of the LTDM in terms of number of hours of  training/week/year.  

3.   recommendations in regards to the above is requested from the Provincial/ Territorial Association whom a candidate coach represents. 


     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).

     Certified  Instructors (or old Level 2). 

     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 following Multisport Competition Development modules (offered by Provincial/Territorial Sport Governing Institutions):


  1. Development of Athletic Abilities;
  2. Injury Prevention and Recovery;
  3. Conflict Resolution – with an online evaluation via the CAC Locker;
  4. Drug Free Sport – with an online evaluation via the CAC Locker;
  5. Psychology of Performance – competition focus plan for a selected athlete (part of the coach exercise book for this module) must be presented upon request.
  6. Coaching and Leadership. 



Please note that the old level 3 theory is not considered equivalent to the above specified multisport modules! 

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