Your accreditation as a BMXA coach lasts for four-years.
Re-accreditation as a BMXA Coach ensures continuation of coaching insurance coverage under BMX Australia’s Professional Indemnity, Public Liability and Personal Injury insurance for any coaching you undertake.
At the end of the four-years, you will be asked to provide information regarding your coaching activities during the past four-years as well as a letter of support from your Club and/or State Association.
***PLEASE NOTE: If your accreditation has expired, you are unfortunately UNABLE to coach as BMXA’s insurance will not provide cover for you.***
Before commencing your re-accreditation please make sure you have a valid BMX Australia Membership. Click here to renew Membership if required.
|Signed BMXA coach re-accreditation request and code of behaviour||CLICK FOR CODE OF BEHAVIOUR|
|A letter from your state/territory organisation or club confirming your coaching activity||N/A|
|A log/summary of your coaching and professional development activities. (Attach a log/summary of your activities over the past 4 years)||CLICK FOR LOG TEMPLATE|
|First Aid certificate (including CPR) from a registered training organisation, if not already on file with BMXA (First Aid qualifications are mandatory)||N/A|
|Current state/territory Working With Children Check (or statutory declaration if in WA), if not already on file with BMXA. (WWCC clearance is mandatory)||WA MEMBERS CLICK FOR STATUTORY DECLARATION FORM|
|ASC Community coach certificate of completion (If not already on file with BMXA)||ASC COMMUNITY COACHES CERTIFICATE|
|LEVEL 1 COACH|
|ASADA Level 1 Anti-Doping certificate of completion, if not already on file with BMXA||VISIT ASADA|
|Please email all documents mentioned above to BMXA Coaching prior to the expiry of your current qualification or as soon as possible if your accreditation has email@example.com|
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 9008 1300.