Date Created: 2013-10-25 12:30:32

As part of the Continued Professional Development (CPD) The SKGB will be holding a coaching workshop on Disability Inclusion Training in Edinburgh and Glasgow. The first workshop will be held at Sportscotland Offices Caledonia House, Edinburgh on Friday 15th November 2013.

Glasgow date to follow.

The SKGB will meet all costs of the workshops. Click on PDF document for application form for the Edinburgh workshop.

Date Created: 2013-09-10 12:06:43

SKGB statement

Equality and Diversity is at the heart of everything we do. In the way we organize ourselves, we always strive to ensure we are representing all of our members.

The Scottish Karate Governing Body Board of Directors and our equality officer are committed to work with members to promote equality and tackle potential discrimination within karate.

 Equal opportunities is the prevention, elimination or regulation of discrimination between persons on the grounds of Age, Disability, Gender reassignment, Marriage and civil partnership, Pregnancy and maternity, Race, Religion and belief, Sex and Sexual orientation   (Equality law 2010)


 The Scottish Karate Governing Body has a legal obligation to promote an environment where all individuals can participate and benefit from Traditional and Sport karate

The Scottish Karate Governing Body are committed to ensuring those members in groups currently under-represented in the SKGB structure are encouraged and supported to play a full and active role.

Mr Paul Giannandrea 

SKGB chairman


Scottish Karate Governing Body Equality & Diversity policy 2013

Click on PDF document

Date Created: 2013-09-10 10:08:39

Attached entry forms and information sheets  for the SKGB Kumite Championships to be held on Sunday 13th October 2013

For full details click on PDF documents

 


Master association entry form


Under 14s


Individual Events


Cadet & Adult entry forms




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Date Created: 2013-09-10 09:32:27


Date Created: 2013-08-29 14:38:30

Active Schools involvement video  2013-2017


The fundamental aim of the SKGB Active Schools Network is to offer all children and young
people the opportunities and motivation to adopt active, healthy lifestyles, now and into adulthood by introducing them into Karate.

SKGB coaches are responsible for developing and supporting the infrastructure for Karate within the Active Schools programme and wider community. They do this by recruiting, supporting and sustaining a network of coaches and clubs, who in turn deliver Karate sessions during and after school and in the wider community.

Our key outcomes:

The SKGB Active Schools programme is working towards three key aims:
To continue to increase opportunities for all children and young people to be engaged
in Traditional and Sport Karate.To strengthen pathways to participation and performance through sustainable school to club links.To increase the membership and participation
 within the SKGB.

Our key areas of focus will be delivered by:

Building a sustainable SKGB coaching network and providing an appropriate infrastructure
to work with Active Schools coordinators within the school and wider community with SKGB coaches. To providing opportunities for all children and young people to participate in Traditional and Sport Karate and enabling the creation of  pathways from the school to
SKGB clubs and national level. Increasing participation amongst "hard to reach groups"
by adopting a targeted approach towards:
•    Girls and young women
•    Children and young people with a disability
•    Children and young people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds
•    Children and young people in areas of socio-economic disadvantage.
•    Children and young people not currently involved in physical activity and sport
We will embed the effective integration, management and delivery of Traditional and Sport Karate within local authorities and the community.

See Active schools video on SKGB home page


Date Created: 2013-07-16 10:06:18

Medal Success in Greece.
Congratulations to Chris Scott and Jonathon Gilmour who both took Bronze medals at the Youth World Cup in Corfu. Chris medalling in the Kata section and Jonathon in Kumite, who followed up his recent medal at world junior level in Turkey.

 

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