Class Assistant/Cadet Coach/Trainee Level 1
/Level 1/Level 2
Following is a summary of the various levels of coach status available and full details of each course.
The Class Assistant Course is run by CAL.S.A.C. for the benefit of young assistants at our clubs in South Australia. All other courses – Cadet to Level 2 – are part of the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme and are managed by the A.C.F.C.C. on behalf of the A.C.F.
A Class Assistant Course is conducted each year for anyone working in a class situation as an assistant to a coach. Applicants must be 11-13 years of age in the year of the course.
The A.C.F. Cadet Coach Course is conducted each year for anyone over the age of 14 who wishes to become a Cadet Coach. This course is also a prerequisite for the Level 1 Coach course.
Trainee Level 1 Coach
Trainee Level 1 Coach status is applied to anyone who has completed all the prerequisites for the A.C.F. Level 1 Course and has successfully completed the 2 day theory component of the course conducted each February by CAL.S.A.C.
Trainee Level 1 Coach status continues while the applicant completes 40 hours of practical coaching with a qualified Level 1 coach and until they have been successfully monitored.
Any coach who has successfully completed the A.C.F. Level 1 Coach Course and who is maintaining their qualification with regular updating.
Level 2 Coach
Any coach who has successfully completed the A.C.F. Level 2 Coaches Course and who is maintaining their qualification with regular updating.