Your Level 2 Coach accreditation is valid for four years.
Level 2 coaches whose re-accreditation falls due in the upcoming year will be contacted prior to the expiry of their Level 2 coaching accreditation.
At the minimum, to be eligible to re-accredit as a Level 2 Coach you must have:
Membership and Screenings
Actively coached with a State Association program, State Team and/or BMXA program where Level 2 riding skills are part of the program.
This is evidenced by:
A letter from your State Association (on letterhead and signed by a State Board member) which supports your re-accreditation and confirms you are actively coaching:
a) within a State Association program, and/or
b) as a State Team coach
where level 2 rider skills are actively coached.
Note: where support for re-accreditation is provided by State Associations, BMXA must agree with the recommendation.
Confirmation by BMX Australia of your role in their coach development and rider programs including National Team.
Education and Development
Other external professional development qualifications/accreditation in the following:
a) Strength and Conditioning such as ASCA Level 1 or Level 2, Australian Weightlifting Federation (AWF) coaching certificate
b) Personal Training Certificate IV
c) Sport and Exercise Science qualification from University or TAFE
d) Certificate IV or Diploma in Sport Development or Sport and Recreation
e) Coaching Diploma, Certificate or Degree
f) Nutrition Diploma, Certificate of Degree
The above qualifications can be obtained prior to or after obtaining a BMXA Level 2 accreditation, however, it must be demonstrated that the externally obtained qualification/accreditation is actively in use.
BMXA Level 2 coaching re-accreditation will not granted if a Coach cannot demonstrate they have coached at the higher levels noted above during their 4 years to the satisfaction of BMXA.
Where Level 2 re-accreditation criteria is not met, Coaches will be offered the opportunity to re-accredit as a Level 1 Coach by submitting to BMXA the Level 1 re-accreditation requirements.