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Mini-lessons are short, focused lessons that last no longer than 60 seconds. Mini-lessons focus on essentials and are delivered in a way that is clear and concise. We have assemble lessons from the Kodokan and IJF Academy.
National Teacher Certification: LMS
For nearly 70 years, the USJF National Teachers Institute has been designing and delivering professional instructional courses for the judo community nationwide.
National Teacher Re-Certification: LMS
The purpose of certification renewal is to provide a means for expanding knowledge and reinforcing skills through participation in professional development activities.
Contest Rules with Referee Education: LMS
The USJF Contest Rules and Referee Education is presented in five modules, increasing in detail and complexity. At the conclusion of the five modules, you will formulate a solid foundation of the contest rules.
Nage no Kata: LMS
Nage-no-Kata “forms of throwing” is one of the two randori-no-kata, free practice forms of Kodokan Judo. It is intended as an illustration of the various concepts of nage-waza (throwing techniques) that exist in judo, and is used both as a training method and as a demonstration of understanding.
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National Teacher Certification
United States Judo Federation Teachers Institute has been designing and delivering professional instructional courses for the judo community for over 70 years.
National Coach and Elite Coach Certification
National Coach and Elite Coach Certification certificated program is focused on developing the coach effectiveness from the grassroots instructor up through to the Olympic/World level coach.
Nage-no-Kata Certification course identifies the five classifications of Judo throws. At the conclusion of the course you will able to distinguish and formulate the key elements in Te-waza (hand techniques), Koshi-waza (hip techniques), Ashi-waza (foot techniques), Ma-sutemi-waza (rear sacrifice techniques) and Yoko-sutemi-waza (side sacrifice techniques)