With the introduction of the new Rowing Australia(RA) Level 1 Coaching Course there is now no requirement for sign off of the Level 1 qualification by an Assessor. For coaches who completed the old Level 1 course the requirement for sign off remains the same.
For Level 2 and Level 3 the assessment requirements remain.
How do I become an assessor?
To become an Assessor an accredited coach must undergo an assessor training course offered by their state government; in the case of the ACT see http://www.sport.act.gov.au/education-and-training/coaching-and-officiating#Assessor
RA advises that teachers who are accredited coaches working within school rowing programs are considered assessors and do not need to undergo assessor training.
As an Assessor, what level of coach can I assess?
Assessors can assess applicants at or below their level. For example an accredited Level 2 coach can assess Level 2 and Level 1 hopefuls.
Current Coach Accreditation Assesses
Please contact Rowing ACT to receive contact details for individual assessors.
|Chris Polyichanin||Canberra RC||Club/School|
|David Bagnall||Black Mountain RC||Performance|
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