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1 A Return to Old Fashioned Values? Tony Penfold – Education & Development Manager (JudoScotland) Stephen Somerville – Education & Development Executive (JudoScotland)

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8 Why: Is Judo too technically complex? Do we offer appropriate development opportunities at key (st)ages? Are our Coach Education & Development Programmes relevant? Can Judo combat the Social & Economic factors that impact on sport?

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10 1882: Kodokan Judo founded by Jigaro Kano 1909:Jigaro Kano becomes the first Asian member of the IOC 1964:Judo becomes an Olympic Sport

11 “For one thing, Judo in reality is not a mere sport or game. I regards it as a principle of life, art and science. In fact, it is a means for personal cultural attainment.” Prof. Jigaro Kano

12 Is it Long Term Athlete Development Or Long Term Person Development?

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14 Opportunities in Scotland

15 A 360º Approach to Holistic Development

16 Physical Literacy Integrated CPD Raise Technical Standards United Kingdom Coaching Certificate Positive Coaching Scotland Developing Talent (Mindset) A 360º Approach to Holistic Development

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19 Our Legacy: A better place for those that follow

20 Thank You!

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