KSKC are looking for clubs or instructors to join the association. We have open positions in schools in Kent and the Medway area.
The instructor must be a full Dan grade blackbelt. History of previous affiliation, status, length of teaching and demonstrate correct practice, such as minimum length of period before Dan gradings. Any style of Karate is accepted.
Apply in person to the chief instructor with name of instructors. Grades awarded and dates. Acceptance is subject to review by the KSKC management board.
Contact Sensei Glen Wright
Congratualations to Sensei Daniel for passing his 4th grading in 2011.
Sensei Daniel is a qualified school teacher and began his martial arts training in 1986. He earned his junior 1st Dan in 1990, his senior 2nd Dan in 1996 and his 3rd Dan in 2006. Daniel's interest in Karate began after watching 'Karate Kid' and he joined the Kent Shotokan Karate Clubs (KSKC) under Chief Instructor Sensei Glen Wright, 6th Dan. His enthusiasm for Karate survived his late teens, when many students give up, and Daniel founded Silwood Park Shotokan Karate during his time at University. Daniel has also received training in both Aikido and Shotokai Karate.
See the list of karate clubs that benefit from the high teaching standards and support offered by KSKC.
Advise for students on the different emphasis with different martial art styles and choosing the right club.
KSKC was founded, by Sensei Glen Wright 6th Dan in 1974, to provide affiliation for clubs serious about Karate.
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