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All Cali ACT registered coaches are accredited Level 1 or Level 2 coaches under the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme through the Australian Calisthenics Federation Coaching Committee’s (ACFCC) approved coach education program.
Calisthenics participants interested in becoming a calisthenics coach will first undertake the 2 year ACFCC cadet program with a Cali ACT member club. The cadet program is available to participants 14 years and above and is designed for any person irrespective of age seeking to become a coach / coach assistant under the auspices of the Australian Calisthenic Federation.
The cadet program is a 2 year program that, depending on your age at commencement, can be completed between 1 and 4 years. It is a pre-requisite to have Grade 2 Skills before you can commence the Cadet course. The theoretical components of the cadet course are offered by Cali ACT Coach Network in the 3rd weekend of December (Part 1) and the 2nd weekend of the following February (Part 2) of each year.
After successful completion of the cadet course candidates are qualified to apply to complete the level one program with their club. The Level One Program is a compulsory national Program. It is designed for any person turning 18 years or above in the year the course is seeking to become a coach/coach assistant under the auspices of the Australian Calisthenic Federation.
The Level One Program is a 1 year integrated Program and must be completed to enable a person to coach calisthenics unsupervised. The theoretical components of the course is offered by Cali ACT Coach Network in the 4th weekend in March of each year.