Date Created: 2008-09-03 11:35:28


Date Created: 2008-09-01 15:49:03


 

“It has been agreed by the SKGB Refereeing Commission that the criteria for maintaining SKGB qualifications in both Kumite and Kata require to be modified. With immediate effect a satisfactory pass in theory examination papers for both Kumite and Kata require to be achieved by all currently qualified officials every 2 years. For most officials the last theory examinations were quite some time ago and therefore the date when a theory test pass is required has been set as the end of March 2009 for all officials. Obviously if SKGB (or higher) theory passes in either Kata or Kumite have been achieved at some point since the end of March 2007 then the relative renewal date will be 2 years from the successful pass date. This should only affect those officials who have sat examinations at EKF level or have passed the last Kata Examination with Terry Pottage at the Glasgow Airport Hotel on 23rd February of this year.

The next opportunity to attempt a theory examination will be at the Referee Course scheduled for 4th October 2008 in the Dakota Hotel. All officials eligible for upgrade of their qualifications will be required to sit the relevant theory paper at this time. All other officials, may if they wish, attempt the theory paper at this time also. Please note however that those who do not choose to sit the theory paper at this time will still be eligible to officiate at the upcoming SKGB Championships (assuming they have current PI and ESCRO check in place) as their current qualification will not expire until end of March 2009.”

Rab McQueen

Chairman SKGB Refereeing Commission

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Date Created: 2008-09-01 11:19:07

Dear Instructor / Student / Colleague

Please find attached an application form for the course with Sensei Wayne Otto being held at the Honbu Dojo on Saturday October 18th.

The course will be on a first come first served basis so please apply early to avoid disappointment.

Your full support and promotion towards this event would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards

Paul Giannandrea


Date Created: 2008-09-01 11:08:41

Dear Instructor
 
Please find attached application forms for this years Gasshuku course being held at the Dalgety Bay Sports Centre on 25 - 26th October.
 
 
Best Regards
 
Paul Giannandrea


Date Created: 2008-04-18 12:42:08

Commonwealth Karate Championships Edinburgh

31st May / 1st June 2008

Dear Official.

I have been asked by the Commonwealth Karate Federation to poll our officials and obtain details of our officials, who would wish to take part in assisting the Commonwealth Karate Championships when we host them at Meadowbank sports centre, Edinburgh, on the 31st May/1st June 2008.

It should be noted that only officials who hold a minimum of a national qualification will be allowed to officiate on the Tatami, e.g. National Judge will only be able to assist as a Judge etc. however, as the host nation, this will be an excellent opportunity for our up and coming officials to take part and make a much valued contribution as table officials.

Please return any interest to;

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Mark McCool 4th Dan

SKGB Refereeing Commission Secretary

Date Created: 2008-03-26 10:05:19

National Squad training will be held on  Sunday 30th March 11am to 1pm.Tollccross Glasgow.

 

Compulsory for those selected for European Seniors and open to anyone else who wishes to take part.

 

Hamish Adam

Sports Director

Date Created: 2008-03-26 09:59:59

 

Due to a double booking the squad training has been cancelled for Sunday 30th March and has been rearranged for Sunday 6th April 11am to 1pm Tollcross Leisure Centre Glasgow.

 

Compulsory for those selected for European Seniors and open to anyone else who wishes to take part.

Thanks.

Hamish Adam

Sports Director

 

 

 

 

 

Sports Director

Date Created: 2008-03-26 09:56:39

National Squad training will be held on  Sunday 6th April 2008 11am to 1pm.Tollccross Glasgow.

 

Compulsory for those selected for European Seniors and open to anyone else who wishes to take part.

 

Hamish Adam

Sports Director

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