In 2015 British Judo will launch a new look Performance Pathway, how this will work in England is that there will be eight Performance Pathway Centres that will be the main hubs of activity above Club level. The Anglia Ruskin England Performance Pathway Centre will train both on campus and at the Comberton Judo Club dojo.
Each Performance Pathway Centre will run the Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) programme alongside weekly Randori. AASE is a programme that combines Judo and Education, giving you the opportunity to increase the quality and quantity of training whilst achieving an NVQ Diploma in Sports Performance.
The Anglia Ruskin University England Performance Pathway Centre will run a variety of sessions throughout the year. This will include weekly randori (every Wednesday 7-930pm), regular day training sessions (technical and randori) and allow athletes to progress into full-time training either via AASE or as a university student. We also aim to work with coaches who support the England Performance Pathway Centre to develop their coaching with information from our European Judo Union coach education courses and our Judo Research group.
If you would like more information on the weekly randori sessions, AASE or training full-time and studying at Anglia Ruskin University please email email@example.com