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.

Please email the documents above to BMX coaching prior to the expiry of your current qualification or as soon as possible if your accreditation has expired.
Signed BMXA Coach Re-Accreditation Request and Code of Behaviour CLICK HERE
A letter from your State/Territory Organisation or Club confirming your coaching activity
Log/Summary of your Coaching and Professional Development Activities
(Attach a log/summary of your activities over the past 4 years)
First Aid Certificate (including CPR) from a registered training organisation, if not already on file with BMXA. (First Aid Qualifications are mandatory)
Current State/ Territory Working with Children Check (or Stat Dec if in WA), if not already on file with BMXA. (WWCC Clearance is mandatory) CLICK HERE (Statutory declaration)
ASC Community Coach Certificate of Completion (If not already on file with BMXA) CLICK HERE
ASADA Level 1 Anti-Doping Certificate of Completion, if not already on file with BMXA. CLICK HERE

For more information please email or call (02) 9008 1300.