Freestyle Programs

Aerials Certification Levels

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

  • Level 2 Aerials Certification
  • Complete Level 3 Coaching Knowledge/Skils Assessment*
  • Minimum five years professional coaching (minimum of 25 days per year -- days can be accumulated over more than two years, but not less than two years)

Level 4

  • Level 3 Aerials Certification
  • Complete Level 4 Coaching Knowledge/Skills Assessment*
  • Minimum five years professional coaching (minimum of 25 days per year -- days can be accumulated over more than five years, but not less than five years)

Level 5

  • Level 4 Aerials Certification
  • Complete Level 5 Coaching Knowledge/Skills Assessment*
  • Minimum 10 years professional coaching (minimum of 25 days per year -- days can be accumulated over more than 10 years, but not less than 10 years)

*Send completed Coaching Knowledge/Skills Assessment forms to USSA Sport Education, PO Box 100, Park City, UT 84060, or fax to 435.940.2790, or email scanned copy to education@ussa.org.


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