Advanced Silver Coach Accreditation
The Advanced Silver Coach Accreditation provides a coach with the skills and knowledge to coach athletes up to state and/or national level with the potential to support gymnasts on the pathway to international competition.
The Advanced Silver Accreditation is gained by completing the FIG Level 2 Academy Program. To find out more about the accreditation and the FIG Level 2 Academy Program, please select a box below.
To speak with someone about an Advanced Silver Accreditation course please contact Gymnastics Australia on email@example.com.
UPCOMING FIG LEVEL 2 COURSES
The 2021 FIG Level 2 Course will be for MAG, WAG, RG, TRP, AER & ACR. This course will be held over a 7-month period commencing in June 2021 and concluding in December 2021. The course will be conducted through a blended delivery model consisting of virtual program for the theory and a shortened residential program for the practical in November/December depending on your specific Gymsport.
Applications for this course are now OPEN. Please CLICK HERE to access the application form.
Applications for the Academy will remain open until midnight on Sunday 20th June 2021. Upon submission of your application, you will be required to pay a deposit of 25% the course cost to secure your place in the Academy. The deposit must be received within 5 business days of your submission. please refer to the payment guide for instructions on how to make payment through the GA Learning Management System.
How to apply for the FIG Academy 2 Course
Who Should Apply?
This course is most suited to coaches who have experience working with gymnasts in Level 7 to 10 or equivalent. To gain this experience, it is expected that the coach will have gained knowledge through appropriate professional development and learning.
Please be advised that to be eligible for an Advanced Silver Coach Accreditation, candidates must achieve 60% or above in both the theoretical and practical components of the course. If a candidate already holds an Advanced Silver Accreditation course results will not affect this accreditation.
||Residential program accommodation & meals package**
* Other than MAG & WAG, the residential program will not be a "live in" experience as per previous years. Candidates will be required to organize their own flights, accommodation, meals, daily travel to the venue etc.
** Fees do not cover flights or transport to/from the venue. It is your responsibility to ensure you are present for the commencement of the Academy.
Should your club or another party elect to fund your attendance at this course it will be your responsibility to organise payment via the LMS. GA will not generate invoices to third parties and all payments must be made via the LMS by the due date.
Upon submission of an application, candidates will be required to pay 25% of the total fee to confirm their spot in the Academy. The course must be paid in full prior to the Residential component of the Academy.
GA will offer payment plans for paying the required fees. The payment plan will split the cost of the course into 4 equal payments, allowing the cost of the course to be broken up over time. Full payment must be received prior to the residential program.
- 25% deposit/instalment 1 - $481.25 due within 5 business days of submitting application.
- Instalment 2 - $481.25 due 11 July.
- Instalment 3 - $481.25 due 5 September.
- Instalment 4 - $481.25 due 31 October.
MAG & WAG Residential Program Package:
- MAG & WAG accommodation & meals package - $550 due 30 September
Schedule, Dates and Residential Program Locations:
Gymnastics Australia is continuing to finalise all the dates for the FIG Academy 2 and will continue to update this webpage as the information comes to hand.
The virtual theory dates of the course are now finalised and can be found in the FIG 2 Calendar
Residential Face to Face Information:
- MAG – 10-14 December 2021 at AIS Canberra
- WAG – 10-14 December 2021 at AIS Canberra
- TRP - TBC
- RG - TBC
- AER - TBC
- ACR - TBC
Please note, apart from MAG & WAG, the residential program will not be “live in” as per previous years. Candidates will be required to organize their own flights, accommodation, meals, daily travel to the venue etc. for the residential program.