AIBA Coach Certification Courses
Investment in Coaches is a key priority for AIBA as it continuously seeks to deliver top-quality boxers on the world stage.
The AIBA pathway creates a clear system for developing coaches from national level right up to AIBA 3-Star certification, ensuring the highest quality and global standards are met in coaching. A dedicated team of AIBA Coaches Instructors can be deployed anywhere in the world to deliver AIBA Coaches Certification Courses.
Organizing a course
If your National Federation is interested in organising a course, please first review the course guidelines below.
All AIBA 1-Star Host Application Forms should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All AIBA 2-Star Host Application Forms should be sent to your Confederation office.
Please note that AIBA Coaches Commission is currently reviewing the Coaches’ Development programme and, therefore, suggests to organise AIBA 2-Star courses from the end of 2017. AIBA 3-Star courses are not planned to take place in 2017 and will re-start in 2018 with an updated programme.
Registering for a course
If you are a coach and would like to participate in an AIBA Coach Certification Course, please first review the appropriate course guidelines to ensure that you meet the eligibility requirements. If you meet all of the requirements, please contact your National Federation to include you in the Participant List for one of the appropriate and upcoming AIBA Coach Certification Courses.
Applying for Olympic Solidarity Funding
At the moment, Olympic Solidarity offers three types of programmes for coaches:
- Development of the National Sport Structure: 6-month programme for developing boxing, including coaches.
- Technical Courses for Coaches: Olympic Solidarity sponsorship of an AIBA Coach Certification Course.
- Olympic Scholarships for Coaches: Scholarships for coaches to attend educational programmes.
If your National Federation would like to apply for one of these Olympic Solidarity coach programmes, please review the guidelines below and contact your NOC. More information is also available on the Olympic Solidarity website: https://www.olympic.org/olympic-solidarity.
|Confed, City, Country||AIBA Star Level||Course Language||Course Dates||Registration||Status|
|EUBC, France, Nancy||1||FR||April 3- 8, 2017||Closed||Confirmed|
|EUBC, Turkey, Istanbul||1||ENG||April 17 - 23,2017||Closed||Confirmed|
|OCBC, Australia, Canberra||1||ENG||April 20 - 26, 2017||Closed||Confirmed|
|EUBC, Poland, Warsaw||1||RUS||April 30 - May 6, 2017||Open||Confirmed|
|EUBC, Netherlands, Arnhem||1||ENG||May 15 - 21, 2017||Closed||Confirmed|
|ASBC, Cambodia, Phnom Penh||1||ENG||May 16 - 26, 2017||Open||Confirmed|
|EUBC, Czech Republic, Prague||1||TBC||May 16 - 22, 2017||Open||Confirmed|
|ASBC, Iraq, Erbil||1||TBC (ARB or ENG)||May 15- 21, 2017||Open||Confirmed|
|EUBC, Ukraine, Lviv||2||RUS/ENG||May 29 - June 4, 2017||Open|
|OCBC, Australia, Canberra||1||ENG||July 3 - 9, 2017||Open||Confirmed|
|OCBC, Australia, Canberra||2||ENG||July 10 - 16, 2017||Open||Confirmed|
|ASBC, Chinese Taipei, Taipei City||1||ENG||August 14 - 20, 2017||Open||Confirmed|
|EUBC, Serbia, TBC||1||ENG||September 16 - 22, 2017||Open||Confirmed|
*In Progress* means that AIBA fully intends to organise this course and is waiting for the final details.
This is the 2010 Coaches Manual. AIBA is currently working in a new version that will be released by the end of 2017.