AIBA Invites All Level Coaches for APB/WSB Certifications

02 July 2014 News

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In view of the launch of the AIBA Pro Boxing (APB), the increase in the number of World Series of Boxing (WSB) Franchises and the continuous popularity of grassroots level boxing programs, the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has decided to open an Extraordinary One-Time APB/WSB Coaches’ Certification Course in order to meet the demand for higher level Coaches in the sport of boxing worldwide.

The course will take place in three different locations: America, Asia/Oceania and Europe/Africa from late August until mid-September and is open to all AIBA 1-, 2- and 3-Star Coaches and to all current WSB Coaches who do not have an official certificate as well as current and former coaches who hold Professional Boxing Licences.

Registration for this course is open to all eligible Coaches until Friday, August 8, 2014.

This is the only opportunity for Coaches of all levels to upgrade their coaching status and become an APB and WSB Coach without going through the usual protracted stage of progression. If coaches, once they are certified for APB/WSB, would then like to be involved in AOB competitions, AIBA will automatically award them 3-Star coach status. Moreover, AIBA will shortlist the coaches who are certified at this course for potential jobs in AOB, APB and WSB and recruit a number of coaches for the AIBA World Boxing Academy following this certification.

Click HERE to read the full text of the letter about the Extraordinary One-Time APB/WSB Coaches Course

Click HERE to download the Application Form

Click HERE to download the Data Form for Non-AIBA Certified Coaches

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