There are 10 seats available on the bus going to Leicester for the Wado Kai All Nations Championships (travelling with the squad). The bus will leave on Friday 24th August and returning Monday 27th August. The cost will be £60 per seat and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please note your interest with Eric Wood firstname.lastname@example.org
The European Wado Cup takes place this year in Portugal. The federation would like to invite all members aged 11 and above to submit their CV’s for Kata, Kumite or both to Stuart Robertson SKF Secretary before 1600 hours on Friday 1st June 2018.
At the recent SKF Black Belt course Kenny Pickup 6th Dan received life membership from the SKF. Kenny retires with 40 years membership.
Please find below the form to be used for SKF entry to the SKGB Kata Championships in Blackburn Community Centre, West Lothian on 3rd June 2018. Please note, this is a change of venue from previously advertised
Entries will only be accepted returned on this form. There is an example of how to complete at the top of the form and cost columns have information about the correct entry amount. The form will auto add what is due from each competitor and also will calculate a club total. All forms will be checked on receipt and then a request for payment will be made
ANY ENTRIES NOT SUBMITTED ON FORM WILL BE RETURNED.
For Kata teams/pairs – please indicate in the e-mail who is in each team/pair (especially if you have more than one entry)
Entry forms to be send directly to Eric Wood – email@example.com by the club instructor.
All entries must be in by Tuesday 22nd May at 5pm to allow time to enter onto Sport Data.
Please note that NO entries will be accepted after this date.
The Bulletin is also attached for your reference.
A reminder that all SKF entries for the Scottish International Open at the Emirates Arena, Glasgow on 14/15th April must be sent to Eric Wood by this Friday 23rd March. Entries must be sent on V2 of the form as previously sent to clubs by Stuart Robertson. No entries will be accepted after this date to allow time for teams to be sorted out and entries made on Sport Data.
The SKGB agreed last year to implement the Tatami Coach Pass to all competitions, as a result the SKGB Referee Commission ran 3 courses which allowed coaches to sit the course and exam.
There has been some enquiries to run a further course and I am delighted to announce that the next course will be
Saturday 24th March 2018
1100 – 1400 hours
Dakota Hotel Eurocentral
1-3 Parklands Avenue
Eurocentral Business Park
I understand that this is short notice however with a full calendar for 2018 it is very difficult to find a date that was free.
The course will be in the same format as previous where there will be a powerpoint presentation followed by an exam taken from the WKF Referee Examination paper.
There is 2 types of passes open to members
National Tatami Coach
Must have a valid SKGB Coach Licence
This certificate allows all holders to coach at all levels of competition in UK.
Association Tatami Coach
Must be 18 years of age
Must have a valid Karate licence (Federation)
Must be minimum 3rd KYU
This certificate allows all holder to coach at association competitions (Not SKGB or BKF Events)
This will be the last course for some period of time and we request as many as possible take up this opportunity as all competitions will be enforcing the no pass / no coach policy.
Can I ask all attendees please send me a photograph of yourself so that passes can be prepared, I again understand the short notice so if I don’t receive before next week it can be sorted thereafter. A £5 admin fee applies for this course payable on the day.
Please pass this information onto your federation members as we would like to see as many as possible.
Posted on behalf of
SKGB Referee Commission Secretary