This course examines the 2019 Traditional Kung Fu/Taolu IWUF rules that will be used at the BCCMA’s British Open Taolu Championships and teach judging criteria for traditional routines and how to apply them fairly and objectively.
It is intended for those who already have a deep understanding of traditional Kung Fu routines, for example heads of association, experienced instructors or those who have spent at least 3 years practicing Chinese Martial Art.
All those who perform successfully on the course will be awarded the BCCMA’s Official Traditional routines judging certificate and invited to judge at BCCMA’s British Open Taolu Championships 2022, 22nd October and at subsequent competitions.
The course main 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, demonstrations and practice judging on the members of the Traditional British Squad. In this respect it is extremely useful for instructors wishing to properly prepare their students for competitions.
It is advised all participant review the judges manual downloadable from the IWUF website. To get a background understanding or the rules and to refresh.
10 am - 1 pm (with 15 minutes comfort break )
- Examining and studying 2019 Traditional Kung Fu/Taolu IWUF rules
1 pm - 2 pm
2 pm - 4 pm
The course will start at 10 am and finish around 4pm
Pen and Paper for personal notes, Tea / Coffee water provided
Lunch to be provided by partaker
There will be no physical activity to take part in, so no Training wear needed.
China Spirit UK
150 Birkenhead Road