General Statement of intent:

The NZBCA is a voluntary organisation responsible for the licensing, training and development of Amateur Boxing Coaches in New Zealand. It is affiliated to Boxing NZ and is aligned to SportNZ guidelines and standards.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a coach?
How do I renew my licence?
When must I renew my licence?
How can I make a payment?
I currently hold a probationary licence. How do I become a level 1?
I currently hold a level 1 licence. How do I become a level 2?

How do I become a coach?

Persons seeking accreditation, as a NZBCA boxing coach, must complete an application form, NZBCA01FA, and forward it together with the application fee to the appropriate individual as detailed on the form.

pdfNZBCA01 - Coach Progression Pathway Document

pdfNZBCA01FA - New or Replacment License Application

How do I renew my licence?

You must complete an application form, NZBCA01FC, and forward it togther with your black book and the annual renewal fee of $45.00 to the appropriate individual as detailed on the form.

To assist in rapid turnaround, a stamped self addressed evelope should also be enclosed.

pdfNZBCA01FC - Annual Renewal Form

When must I renew my licence?

To be completed and sent to allow processing prior to 31st January each year.

How can I make a payment?

EFT Transactions can be made to the following account: Westpac 03-0314-0280826-000

Please ensure you use your surname and licence number as reference.

I currently hold a probationary licence. How do I become a level 1?

After twelve consecutive months of coaching in a gymnasium or club affiliated to a Local Boxing Association that is a member of Boxing New Zealand Inc, the Probationary Coach is eligible to sit for a Level One Coaches licence.

They will be required to present a completed Probationary Assessment form, NZBCA01FB, then attend a two day Level One course and obtain a minimum 85% pass in an assessment held at the end of that course.

pdfNZBCA01FB - Probationary Coach Assessment Form

I currently hold a level 1 licence. How do I become a level 2?

After 24 consecutive months of coaching as a Level One practitioner, (during which time the coach must have acted as a principal second on at least twelve occasions) a coach can apply for accreditation as a Level Two Coach

This qualification requires the satisfactory completion of certain seminars endorsed by the NZBCA in relation to sports injuries, nutrition and science. Also required is attendance at a two day Level Two Course and the obtaining of a minimum pass of 85% in an assessment held at the end of that course.

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