JFA Community consultation on revised Draft AWE Categorisation Guidelines


The National Selection Committee (NSC), in consultation with the ASC, HP Team, members of the new AWE Panel and JFA Board, has conducted an extensive and careful review of the JFA AWE Categorisation Guidelines.


The NSC today publishes the revised DRAFT JFA AWE Guidelines and invites submissions for comment from the JFA community by 6 January 2016. Following the consultation period, the AWE Guidelines will be updated (where relevant) and published in final form in late January 2016. The new AWE Guidelines will take effect from 1 February 2016. 


The AWE categorisations announced in June 2015 will continue to apply until the next round of categorisation in February 2016.


For further detail, I refer you to the following documents:

Please direct any questions to the nsc@ausjudo.com.au.


Catherine Arscott 
NSC Chair