Coaches play a vital role in the community by positively influencing children to stay active and healthy.
The Fuel to Go & Play program provides opportunities for both experienced coaches and for those that are just getting started.
Minimum ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
SELECTION OF COACHES
The selection of coaches depends on whether the program is delivered by a club or by Judo WA. To understand the difference between a Club Delivered Program and a Judo WA Delivered Program, click here.
CLUB DELIVERED PROGRAM
When a program is delivered by a nearby judo club, the selection of coaches will be at the discretion of that club subject to each coach meeting the minimum eligibility criteria.
JUDO WA DELIVERED PROGRAM
When a program is delivered by Judo WA, coaches who have expressed interest in delivering courses – and also meet the minimum eligibility criteria – will be selected based on their availability and proximity to the school.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF COACHES
SETUP & Pack up
The coaches must setup all required equipment before each session as well as pack up after the session.
DELIVERY OF SESSION
Using their judo expertise, coaches will deliver a training session of between 45 minutes and 1 hour.
Note: Coaches may be asked to deliver more than one session.
After the completion of each session, coaches are required to complete a Post-Session Report via a Google Forms link.
do you have what it takes?
EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST to be a coach DURING JUDO WA DELIVERED SCHOOLS PROGRAMS.
If you meet all the requirements above and have a passion for judo, we would love to hear from you! Complete the following form to submit your expression of interest to become a coach in the Fuel to Go & Play Judo in Schools program.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Remuneration for delivery of Judo in Schools programs in WA is dependent on a number of considerations including whether it is a Fuel to Go & Play Judo in Schools program or a Sporting Schools Program, whether the program is delivered by a club or by Judo WA directly, and the number of classes a program is delivered to within each school.
Remuneration for the Delivery of Introductory Program
Whether an Introductory Program is delivered by clubs or directly by Judo WA, coaches will be paid in accordance with the Sporting Organisations Award 2020.
Remuneration for the Delivery of the 4-Week Sporting Schools Program
Club Delivered Programs
Where an agreement is made through the Sporting Schools portal between the school and club, the club has the opportunity to negotiate the total fee payable to them by the school as well as the timing of the fee. Clubs can then remunerate their coaches as they see fit.
Note: For club delivered programs, should the club require additional equipment — including mats and judo gis — they will be required to hire them from Judo WA for the period of the program.
Judo WA Delivered Programs
Where an agreement is made through the Sporting Schools portal between the school and Judo WA, Judo WA will engage coaches who will be paid in accordance with the Sporting Organisations Award 2020.
Uniform Requirement for Club Delivered Programs
When a program is delivered by a local judo club, coaches will be required to wear either their own club uniform or a Judo WA t-shirt.
Uniform Requirement for Judo WA Delivered Programs
When a program is delivered by Judo WA, coaches will be required to wear an official Judo WA Fuel to Go & Play Judo in Schools t-shirt.