Classification for Athletes with an Intellectual Impairment
National Sports Organisation - Sport Inclusion Australia
Itellectual Impairment - (Sport Classes TF20)
Sport Inclusion Australia (SIA) are the national organisation responsible for classifying athletes with an Intellectual Impairment. Athletes wishing to obtain an intellectual impairment classification must complete the following stages of classification.
STAGE 1 : NEW ATHLETES WITH AN INTELLECTUAL IMPAIRMENT
Any new athlete with an intellectual impairment must read the Sport Inclusion Australia eligibility notes and then complete the Sport Inclusion Australia Eligibility Form. The form must be completed by the athlete, and also by a certified counselor, or psychologist. The form must be return to email@example.com. Athletes can view the eligible notes and download the application form via the below links.
NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY NOTES
NATIONAL CLASSIFICATION FORM
STAGE 2 : ATHLETES WISHING TO COMPETE AT INAS EVENTS
Athletes wishing to progress to representing Australia and an INAS event or the Global Games must hold a valid INAS Intellectual Impairment Classification. Athletes must read through the INAS Eligibility Notes, Complete the INAS Application Form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The athlete's personal coach must also complete the online INAS TSAL Form. Please use the links below to complete the classification.
INAS ELIGIBILITY NOTES
INAS APPLICATION FORM
TSAL FORM - COACH TO COMPLETE
STAGE 3 : IPC INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION
Athletes wishing to represent Australian at an IPC event such as, Paralympic Games, IPC World Championships must hold a valid IPC Intellectual Impairment Classification. For more information on obtaining an IPC Classification please click on the link below.
2017 INTERNATIONAL II CLASSIFICATION
Completed forms must be returned to:
Sport Inclusion Australia
4 Lowry Place, Benalla VIC 3672