Points are awarded for being active in judo. An active year is defined as practising a minimum of 120 hours on the mat during a twelve-month period from the date of the last promotion as recorded in the records maintained by the provincial/territorial and Judo Canada offices.
Both Mudansha and Yudansha must be members of both the Provincial/Territorial Association and of Judo Canada.
Points may be awarded, per event up to a maximum of 10 pts/yr.
Maximum number of tournaments reached.
Results obtained at sanctioned point tournaments will be counted with the following conditions:
At least one nationally-certified member of the Provincial/Territorial Grading Board or an approved examination jury member must be present at domestic kata tournaments or clinics as an evaluator to be able to count points.
The candidate may claim points earned in a maximum of four (4) provincial and four (4) inter-provincial or higher competitions per active year. Provincial level events must be from those events identified by the PGB/TGB as points tournament.
Maximum of 60 points per year.
HEAD SENSEI who is, at a minimum, certified NCCP Dojo Instructor (Level 2) and instructs in a club with a minimum of 25 members will be awarded 30 points per year.
Points will be awarded for being certified in the National Coaching Certification Program only once for each additional level completed since the last promotion.
Instructor /coach certified in at least two contexts will be eligible for a max of 30 points.
Points will be awarded for teaching, coaching for a minimum of 120 hours per year based on the certification level of the individual.
Enter the number of years for each levels.
Points will be awarded for being certified as a referee only once for each additional level completed since last promotion.
Only one certification can be claimed, e.g. Provincial A and/or National C at the same evaluation tournament.
The referee must be approved by the province/territory to earn the provincial status and approved by the national body to earn the national status. The referee approved by PJC or IJF will earn the international status.
Points will be awarded for being certified as a judge only once for each additional level completed since last promotion.
Only Judges certified by JC or by the Provincial/Territorial Association qualify for points at National and International level.
For Provincial/Inter-Provincial events, the competition must be sanctioned by the Provincial/Territorial Association.
Maximum 30 points per year.
Points will be awarded, on a per event basis (minimum 4 hours), to course conductors up to a maximum of 30 points per year, for conducting regional, provincial/territorial or nationally organized professional development, kata, referee and technical clinics, NCCP courses and nationally approved team training camps. These events must be provincially or nationally sanctioned.
Maximum number of clinics/courses reached.
Points will be awarded, on a per clinic basis (minimum 4 hours), to participants up to a maximum of 20 points per year, for participation at provincially or nationally sanctioned kata, referee, technical clinics and training camps that have been recognized by Judo Canada.
Maximum number of clinics reached.
For Kodansha grades the candidates must be actively involved in judo and demonstrate significant contribution to judo at the Provincial/Territorial, National, and/or International level throughout their judo career and, in particular, since their last grade.
Please refer to the Grading Syllabus to evaluation of your career achievements.
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