Continuing education is a process by which all professional organizations maintain excellence in their field. Likewise, the United States Judo Federation, with its long-standing tradition of technical excellence, is committed to serving its members with the latest information and procedures adopted from our international judo community.
The USJF Teachers Institute, Master Teacher certification and the Assistant teacher certification course will be informative and useful in your program. The chapters begin with a related story, and then bite size bits of information. The manual covers Judo History, Judo Philosophy, Ethics in Judo, Judo Biomechanics, Teaching Tools, Systematized Teaching systems; Lesson planning and recognizing and demonstrating Tachi-waza and Ne-waza Techniques.
Clinic Tentative Schedule: Sunday, May 5, 2019
• 8:30 to 8:50: Check-in: Registration
• 9:00 am – 12:00 pm: Classroom Presentation – Introduction to certification, Teaching Tool Box, Systematized Teaching, Lesson Planning
• 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm: Lunch
• 1:15 pm – 6:00 pm: On the Mat – Teaching Presentation (bring your judogi!), Legal Implications
The assistant judo teacher is the master teacher (Sensei) right hand person. He or she is there to assist the teacher with the conduct of the class. The assistant teacher may present all facets of judo instruction he or she is qualified to instruct. The randori session requires the immediate supervision of the master teacher (Sensei).
We know the importance of judo information is an ever-changing environment and we applaud your efforts to accommodate your future judokas.
Email: Mitchell Palacio, firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your participation. The USJF Teachers manual is ONLINE at www.usjfteachers.com. Please visit this website for more information.
We’ve been getting such a great response for this Sunday’s Workout, that we’ll need to move up the registration times for the event to 10:00 am to 10:30 am so that we can ensure a good start at 11 am.
Here is the agenda for the event:
Outside will be with your workout clothes and Inside will be in your Judo gi doing Uchikomi, etc.
Please forward this new information to all your friends.
Also, Parents, Coaches, and Instructors, we’ll need lots of volunteers to ensure a fun-filled and challenging event. We’ll need help with lunch preparation, chaperoning/encouragement outside, and also extra coaches and instructors helping on the mat! Please bring your sweats and gi too.
What is the CENCO Training Camp?
A day full of exercises on and off the mat, lunch included.
Why are we doing it?
To give all CENCO judokas and community members the opportunity to come together, train as a group and provide long lasting experiences.
Who can participate?
All ages and experience levels are welcomed to participate.
What do I need to bring?
Make sure to bring your gi, exercise clothes and running shoes (yes, we will be running!).
How much, where is it at and when?
The training camp will cost $20.00 per person (lunch provided) and will be hosted by Silicon Valley Judo (92 North Almaden Boulevard, Suite B, San Jose, CA 95110) on Sunday, January 20th from 11am-2pm. Fees will be used to fund future developmental activities.
The 2018 Keiko Fukuda Joshi Camp will be held from July 20 – 22 in Charleston, South Carolina. We would like to invite you to join us. Our special guest this year is Sensei Megumi Tachimoto from Japan. Sensei Tachimoto is the 2015 World Championship Silver Medalist, and 4 times World Champion, Bronze Medalist. On Saturday, July 21, the Camp is open to males/females/and children.
Also, we will conduct Kodokan Kata Class. Ju No Kata / Nage No Kata. This Fukuda Joshi Camp is for Shiai and Kata Judokas.
There will be a kata clinic with Sensei Eiko Shepherd on June 2nd and 3rd at Soko Joshi in San Francisco. The seminar will be all day both Saturday and Sunday and will cover Goshin-Jitsu and Kime-No-Kata.
There will be a USJF Coach Certification Clinic in Santa Clara on Saturday, April 7, 2018 hosted by Santa Clara PAL. This is a good opportunity to get or renew your Coach Certification through USJF. They have cut down the requirements from a 2-day clinic previously to a one day clinic. Also, USJF certification is now recognized at USA Judo National events. Details and entry form attached.
Olympic referee Gary Takemoto returns for another informative, entertaining clinic. For those seeking local or regional referee certification a CENCO written test will follow the Clinic. This is a closed book test and Participants are expected to have studied CENCO’s recommended referee manual in advance: http://bit.ly/2xYKEo3; A practical examination will follow during Palo Alto’s tournament on Sunday November 5th at the Menlo-Atherton High School gym.
The clinic will cover both current status and possible future directions for rules and be of great value for Referees, Coaches, and Competitors alike:
Referees: Improve your “game” and get ready for further advancement
Coaches: Learn how Referees are being guided and prepare your athletes accordingly
Competitors: Learn how you can seek ethical advantages and avoid surprises on the mat
Clinic attire is slacks and polo shirts. The cost for CENCO members will be $35 and $40 for members of clubs outside CENCO.
Eligibility: Must be a current USJF, USJA or USJI member and present card