This course examines the rules that will be used at the IWUF Taijiquan 2nd World Championships in Poland November 2016, and teach judging criteria for traditional and compulsory Taijiquan/Taijijian routines (forms, tao lu) and how to apply them fairly and objectively.

It is intended for those who already have a deep understanding of traditional/compulsory routines, for example heads of association, experienced instructors, those who have spent a long time involved with Taijiquan. All those who perform successfully on the course will be invited to judge at the BCCMA 1st National Taijiquan Championships 30th October 2016 routines competition.

Those who do so successfully will be awarded the BCCMA’s Official Taijiquan routines judging certificate and invited to judge at subsequent competitions.

This course will take place once a year in advance of the competition. Its purpose is to train judges for the competition although it is still possible to attend the course and not judge at the competition. The course involves a thorough analysis and explanation of all aspects of the rules with discussion and demonstration.

In this respect it is extremely useful for instructors wishing to properly prepare their students for the competition.


Date: 4th September 2016 10am to 5pm

Venue: Deyin Tai Chi & Qigong Centre, Unit 4, Stafford Park, Telford, Shropshire. TF3 3BB


This Course is free of charge to BCCMA Members
Lecturer: Peter Warr

Vice Chairman IWUF Technical Committee

Contact 07885 646365 email: warrpeterwarr@aol.com