About the TKGB
Karate Great Britain provides vital services to all Traditional Karateka.
checks, Insurance, Child Protection Policy, to name but a few.
is open to all traditional groups (irrespective of size) and individuals.
many members do you have? 5? 50? 500? 5000? Traditional Karate Great Britain
does not discriminate on membership according to size. All traditional groups
grade is not an obstacle to membership of Traditional Karate Great Britain
can become a member of TKGB at any grade. If you are the Chief Instructor of a
group, it does not matter to TKGB if you are a 3rd Dan, 5th Dan or 8th Dan -
you can run your own group irrespective of its size.
decide how Traditional Karate Great Britain is run and who runs it.
member groups get a chance to say how TKGB is run and in some matters, all
members may get to vote.
pay for what you need.
a member, the vital services that TKGB offers are made available to any and
all members who may wish access to them and you only pay for the services you
need. You are not forced to subscribe to all services TKGB offers and any
obligatory services [such as the Child Protection Policy] are supplied free.
value for money, seminars and training courses
are to offer subsidised training seminars to the TKGB membership with leading
instructors from within the membership and beyond, and will help to keep costs
down to member groups.
Karate Great Britain - its all about the training...
is non-political and does not favour any particular style, teacher, or group.
Founded on the basis of training together with like-minded individuals and
groups, who wish to nurture traditional karate and they way in which it is
practiced, it is the membership of the TKGB who decide who runs it and how it
look for the catch - there really isn't one...
it about time you made a difference to what you feel passionately about? If
you are a traditional karate club and would like to know more about TKGB,
Contact Sensei Dave