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27 Nov - 01 Dec 2015
Australian Open and Veteran Championships for 2015

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National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS)

The National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) was established in 1978 as a progressive coach education program.

The NCAS aims to offer education, accreditation and a nationally recognised qualification to people coaching beginner to elite athletes. Approximately 70 sports participate in the NCAS.

NCAS accreditation programs include general coaching principles, sport specific skills, techniques and strategies and, in some instances, practical coaching experience.

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Level 1 Course

Attached below is reading material for the Level 1 Coaching course.


Download this file (Level 1 Accreditation process.pdf)Becoming a Level 1 Coach[Outline of components required to achieve the Level 1 Fencing Coach qualification.]16 kB
Download this file (Level 1 Reading Material.pdf)Level 1 Reading Material.pdf[Level 1 Reading for all weapons. While the Level 1 material refers to foil, readers should read it for all weapons.]439 kB
Download this file (Level 2 Accreditation Process.pdf)Becoming a Level 2 Coach[Outline of components required to achieve the Level 2 Fencing Coach qualification.]25 kB
Download this file (Level 3 Accreditation Process.pdf)Becoming a Level 3 Coach[Outline of components required to achieve the Level 3 Fencing Coach qualification.]20 kB