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Bushi Kai International

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[ BUSHI KAI  INTERNATIONAL [

 Eikokyu-Ryu Tai-Jutsu Renmei, offer you;

            

Membership to an International Association that is directly sponsored by

Professor. James Moclair 10th Dan Soke Shodai”.

Professor. James Moclair Soke Shodai is a truly professional instructor who has dedicated his life to the study and promotion of Martial Arts. Professor. Moclair has held numerous titles in various world class competitions but his main interest is in martial arts that relates to practical self defence and self protection, that is why he has through his vast martial arts experience developed his own styles in; Ju-Jutsu, Karate, Aiki-Jutsu, Ko-Budo, Combat Judo and Ki.

 

Grade recognition

An opportunity for grade recognition through the Guild of Professional Martial Arts (Professional Instructors Only).

Top class Instruction and First Class Courses.

Instructor’s NVQ's through R.S.A (Optional)

Top Class Insurance.

A full time Professional Dojo and Headquarters” at; Tai Jutsu Kwai Martial Arts Centre, England, Great Britain.

Membership fees Annual;

Adults £12-00. Juniors (under sixteen) £8-00.

Club Membership £15-00.

PERSONAL ACCIDENT;

Adults £6-00, Juniors £5-00 per annum.

INSTRUCTORS personal accident insurance; Ask for details. Please note this also includes PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE FOR £2,000,000.

If you require a P.L.I  Certificate for your club please send a fee of £5-00 with your club details.

 

INSTRUCTORS Professional Indemnity Insurance; Cost £40-00 for £2,000,000 cover or £80-00 for £5,000,000 cover.

 Please complete the appropriate forms  J

For a prompt reply please send a S.A.E J

 Yours in Martial Arts

 Professor. J Moclair 10th Dan Soke Shodai.

 

Bushi Kai International was founded by Professor. James Moclair Soke Shodai in 1997.

 

Bushi Kai International (Hereafter called The B.K.I)

 

General Health and Safety Statement

 

It is the policy of The BKI to develop a positive health and safety culture throughout the organisation because we believe that high health and safety standards are a pre-requisite in the pursuit of the best martial arts efficiency and competitiveness.

To achieve this, the organisation will progressively identify all hazards and take appropriate measures to eliminate or control risks to members and others affected by our operations by applying positive control standards and provision of information, training and supervision as needed.

Instructors are reminded that they have a duty to ensure that the members Health and Safety Policy is observed and in particular they are required:-

To take reasonable care for their own health and safety at the Dojo (Training Hall) and of those who may be affected their actions, or by their omissions.

To co-operate with their Senior Instructors to ensure that any duty, or requirement, for health and safety imposed upon their employer or facility provider by law is performed or complied with.

Not to intentionally, or recklessly, interfere with or misuse anything provided in the interests of health, safety or welfare.

To report to supervisory staff hazardous conditions or defects in the company safety arrangements.

Where appropriate, the monitoring and review of the Organisation’s Health and Safety Management

Policy will be carried out by the Health and Safety Management Committee under the direction of the Club Instructors, Facility Providers responsible for health and safety within his/her own events.

Development of the Health and Safety Management Policy will be conducted through the normal (Dojo) Training Hall meetings where health and safety will be given standing equal to other activities of the organization or affiliated organisations.

The organisation will appoint a number of competent persons to assist the Senior Instructors/Club Instructors to implement this policy.

The Clubs Safety Officer's role is to provide independent and authoritative advice for health and safety.

 

Name:

Position:

Signature:

Date:

 

Bushi Kai International Constitution

 

  1. This organisation shall be called: Bushi Kai International
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  2. # The Club (School, Academy, Society) shall be an associated body of The British/International Martial Arts in the category of Membership.
  3. The aim of the organisation is: Promote all  martial arts throughout Europe
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    The objectives are: To provide as many amenities and facilities as possible for all its members.
  4. To provide grade registration and certification.... ........................ ........................
  5. To maintain a high technical and ethical standards..................... ........................
  6. To uphold the constitution and rules of Bushi Kai International........ ........................

MEMBERSHIP

  1. # Membership is open to:

(a) Any member of the British/European/World General Public
(b) UK resident or non resident
(c) All nationalities & religions

7.A. #

(a) All members must have a minimum membership including liability insurance to at least £1,000,000
(b) Personal Accident insurance is optional but strongly advised.
(c) This organisation will not adopt any aims contrary to UK law and good citizenship.

ADMINISTRATION

  1. #

(a) This organisation shall be administered by its Chief Instructor, Professor James Moclair 10th Dan

  1.  
    • Chief Instructor


       
    • Optional Officers/Instructors in charge of:-

      
       * Newsletter Editor's

       * Safety
       * Publicity

       * Grading, Grading Panel,

 

More officers may be added if agreed by the executive.

 

ENACTMENT OF CONSTITUTION

This Constitution is now enacted on this.01..........day of October ......................, 1997........