INSTRUCTOR Certification PROGRAM (ICP)
CRITERIA For CPTKI
Criteria 1 - A minimum standard* of instructor training. Evidence of this competency can be displayed through: Completing SportAus' Community Coaching General Principles Course or SportAus' Community Coaching Essential Skills Course; or An Association/Federation instructor training program that meets the minimum standard; or A Qualification in a relevant area (eg Sport Science, Coaching, Education, Fitness) under the AQF; and A minimum of one year experience instructing and a minimum of 40 hours instructing experience.Criteria 2 - Appropriately insured for their training At a minimum, this would include Public Liaiblity and Professional Indemnity Insurance (or are covered under their Dojo/Head Instructor's policy). Criteria 3 - A current First Aid Qualification AQF Unit of Competency HLTAID003.Criteria 4 - A current state-based child protection clearance Government issued "blue card" or "working with children/vulnerable people check"; and A 'Play by the Rules - Child Protection' Certificate.Criteria 5 - An appropriate grade in traditional karate or kobudo A Black Belt (Dan) Grade in a traditional karate or kobudo style; or If Provisional Certification, a Kyu Grade or Under 18s Black Belt (Dan) GradeCriteria 6 - Demonstrated ability to instruct. Evidence of this is through a practical observation* Safely conduct a warm-up, lesson, and cool-down Teach traditional karate or kobudo techniques such as kihon, kata and bunkai Modify techniques to suit appropriate students based on age, physical limitations and Grade; and Communicate clearly and effectively the concepts of traditional karate or kobudo. Criteria 7 - An ongoing commitment to developing as an instructor. Re-certification every three years; and Evidence of ongoing learning***; and Evidence of ongoing 40 hours practical instructing per annum, or 20 hours practical instructing per annum if Provisional.