We at Notts TKD are part of the TAGB (Taekwondo Association of Great Britain), which is the largest and most successful TKD organisation in the UK with over 20,000 members (see www.tagb.biz for more information).
We have two schools, which are Sandiacre and Alfreton.
We train on a weekly basis and our training includes; warm-ups and stretching, line work (techniques) and patterns, step sparring (choreographed) and free sparring, power pad and board breaking, theory, realistic scenario training, musical patterns, games and more!
At the TAGB, we practice the original ITF (International Taekwondo Federation) style of Taekwondo as described by Choi Hong Hi who founded the art. There are many other organisations that teach their own version of this original text. We aim to keep it traditional.
All TAGB instructors have to go through a number of checks before they can run a school, these include:
– Regular DBS (formerly CRB) check
– Regular first aid training
– Registration with the BTC (British Taekwondo Council)
– Two stage assessment by the TAGB (written and practical exams)
– Indemnity and liability insurance checks
If you would like to visit us, simply contact me using the information provided to arrange a lesson. Please attend 15 minutes in advance, so we can cover the necessary paperwork and credentials. Wear comfortable tracksuit bottoms/t-shirt or similar loose fitting clothes to train. No shoes or socks.