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Exemplar - Local study

  1. 1. Tae Kwon Do South West England Local StudySiân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  2. 2. The Governing BodyThe Taekwondo Association of Great Britain (TAGB) is the largest governing body in the UK, whichdivides the UK into its regions and allocates one of the 8 members of the TAGB committee as AreaCo-ordinator to oversee that regions gradings and important events. For the South West this isMaster Michael Dew, 8th degree black belt, Vice chairman of the TAGB and President of the BritishTaekwondo Council (BTC). In order to take part in Taekwondo you must hold an up to date TAGBlicence and abide by the oath and tenets of Taekwondo. (See appendix one)Grass rootsAnybody can start Taekwondo from any age or gender; many classes are held in different locationsfor you to attend. There are 123 TAGB clubs in the South West (See appendix two). My local club inDorset is the Stephen Lambeth School of Taekwondo where classes are offered every day of theweek excluding Tuesday, in four different locations. Tigers classes, for young children from 4-7 yearsold, are also offered at my club and most other clubs, to get children involved in Taekwondo from ayoung age. (See appendix three) On a whole there is no provision for taekwondo at local schools andcolleges, however my taekwondo club runs one taekwondo extra curriculum activity in one localmiddle school, however it does cost to attend.The TAGB runs courses for black belts students who wish to progress further, these include umpire,referee and instructor courses. (See appendix five) The courses are optional and are funded throughthe fees that these students pay for them. However in order for black belts to progress to their nextDan/grade students are required to take the courses and meet all other regulations. (See appendixfour)Umpire and Referees are voluntary, however if black belts want to be able to move up a Dangrade they need to follow the regulations of the TAGB and complete the courses and the officiatethe required amount of competitions.Bristol Academy in the South West is the training headquarters of the TAGB and the headquarters ofTaekwondo International owned and run by Master Michael Dew. Bristol Academy holds all blackbelt gradings and pre gradings and instructors courses. Hutton Moore Sports Centre in WesternSuper Mare in the South West holds all black belt training sessions and pattern courses. (Seeappendix five)Progression to first level elite performance and the structure of competitionTo progress in Taekwondo you need to go through the belt rankings; this involves taking part ingradings in order to get to the next belt. Once a student has reached blue stripe you have to train fora minimum of six months between gradings, and in order to go from Black stripe to Black belt (1stkup to 1st Dan) you have to train a minimum of nine months. From white belt to green belt (10th kupto 6th kup) a grading contains four parts: Patterns, where you have to perform the pattern for yourgrade (See appendix six), line work where you have to perform the relevant line work for your grade,step sparring and theory where you are required to learn all the names of your movements inKorean. From blue stripe and above you are also required to participate in sparring. You must notonly know everything for your grade but also everything from all the previous grades as you can beasked to perform a wide variety of skills.Siân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  3. 3. In addition to national competitions, the TAGB holds regional ones in each area each year,occasionally local competitions are held within the South West. Competitions consist of two parts:sparring and patterns, however you do not have to compete in both.Funding and SponsorshipThe private route for Taekwondo is the only option as no voluntary or public provision is available.All students who wish to compete in competitions and gradings need to have an up to date TAGBlicence. Participation in competitions costs approximately £10. Licence renewal costs £34. Lessoncosts are paid to your instructor; at my local club it cost £5 for a 1-1.5 hour lesson, or £30 a monthfor as many lessons as you want to attend. To participate in lessons, gradings and competitions youare required to have a Dobok (See appendix six) which can be purchased through your instructor viathe TAGB. Each grading costs an additional amount. Once a student has reached blue stripe they arerequired to purchase sparring gear for competitions, class and gradings. The money from TAGBmerchandise such as Dobok’ and sparring gear, competition and licence renewal fees goes to theTAGB.The TAGB has also been involved with health and fitness promotions with the British TaekwondoCouncil, ASDA, Nationwide, Sainsburys, Nestle, Thomas Cook, Rotary International. (See appendixseven) The website http://www.buy.at/taekwondo is fundraising for local TAGB Taekwondo schools,receiving donations for every item purchased last Christmas in 2010. (See appendix eight)Gender and AgeTaekwondo can be done by any gender or age. However competitions are divided up into groups,depending on grade, gender, height and weight due to the intense physical contact of the sport.Both sexes have equal opportunity in Taekwondo.Disabled TaekwondoAt my Taekwondo club there is no provision for the disabled, however in Bath the KeynshamTaekwondo club offers provision for the disabled to participate. However taking part in Taekwondoand being disabled would be a great challenge as Taekwondo requires using all body parts in a widerange of movements whilst having control over your whole body.Critical AnalysisIn my local area of the South West of England there are 123 TAGB schools. However being the ITFstyle the provision for progressing is more limited than the WTF style and even more so for disabledTaekwondo. The TAGB is currently the largest Taekwondo governing body in the UK and the largestmember of the British Taekwondo Council (BTC), however the funding for the TAGB is limited, andthe private route for taekwondo is the only option. With a lack of Taekwondo in schools and thevoluntary sector. In my opinion more opportunities for the disabled are needed, and an increase infunding and talent transfer schemes to give ITF students greater opportunities to progress in theirsport.Word Count: 1,023 excluding titles, italics, appendices and references.Siân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  4. 4. Referenceshttp://www.blackbeltschools.com/schools/sch_list_area.asp?search=area&area=21http://www.tagb.biz/index.htmlhttp://www.dotcomunity.org.uk/dcu3_resources_for_disabled.php?type=Provider&id=5344&l2=1&l3=4&l4=26&area=32&local=Somersethttp://www.bristoltkd.com/http://web.me.com/jonball/TKD/Home.htmlAppendicesAppendix One - Oath and Tenets of taekwondoAppendix Two - South West taekwondo schoolsSiân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  5. 5. Appendix Three - Stephen Lambeth’s School of TaekwondoAppendix Four - Official minimum requirements for black beltsAppendix Five - Bristol Academy EventsAppendix Six - Definitions of Dan, Patterns, Line Work, Dobok and the different types of sparring.Appendix Seven - TAGB Health and fitness promotionsAppendix Eight - http://www.buy.at/taekwondoAppendix OneTaekwondo Oath:Siân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  6. 6. As a student of taekwondo I do solemnly pledge to abide by the rules and regulations of thetaekwondo Association, to strive to always be modest, courteous and respectful to all members inparticular my seniors, to put the art into use only for self defence of in defence of the weak andnever to abuse my knowledge of the art.Taekwondo Tenets:Courtesy: To be polite to ones instructors, seniors and fellow students.Integrity: to be honest with yourself. One must be able to define the difference between right andwrongPerseverance: To achieve a goal, whether a higher grade or a new technique, one must not stoptrying; one must persevere.Self Control: To lose ones temper when performing techniques against an opponent can be verydangerous and shows a lack of control. To be able to live, work and train within ones capabilitiesshows good self control.Indomitable Spirit: To show courage when you and your principles are pitted against overwhelmingodds.Appendix TwoSouth West TAGB clubsSiân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  7. 7. There are 123 TAGB clubs in the south west of England, for full list see;http://www.blackbeltschools.com/schools/sch_list_area.asp?search=area&area=21 Print screen from Google maps of TAGB schools in the south west http://www.tagb.biz/sc hools.htmlAppendix ThreeStephen Lambeth’s School of TaekwondoSiân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  8. 8. http://web.me.com/jonball/TKD/Home.htmlStephen Lambeth’s Taekwondo schools has been open since 1996 and run at 4 locations in Dorsetand Hampshire; Verwood, Ringwood, Fordingbridge and Ferndown. They aim to incorporate fun intolearning taekwondo, self defence and keeping fit. In addition to running 4 locations clubs are alsorun as extra curriculum activities in local schools. Ages run from 4 years old to 60+.Appendix Four T.A.G.B MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR BLACK BELT GRADINGS – WITH EFFECT FROM MAY 2007Siân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  9. 9. ALL GRADESAll black belts wishing to grade must train on a regular basis and must be in possession of a currentT.A.G.B. licence. He / She must have held a T.A.G.B. licence continuously over the whole trainingperiod.All black belts must attend at least one of the special T.A.G.B. Black Belt pre-grading trainingsessions held every six months (licence books must be stamped) and all three immediately prior to thegrading for which they are applying.All black belts who are under 16 years old do not need to attend any umpires’ or referees’ orinstructors courses. However, the minimum training times are double those printed.1st Dan to 2nd Dan i) Attend Umpires Course (Parts I and I) – At least 6 months between Part I and Part II. ii) Officiate at a minimum of 2 T.A.G.B. tournaments per year. At least one of which must be a national tournament. (Licence books must be stamped) iii) Must attend ALL three pre-grading sessions immediately prior to the grading. iv) Application form must be endorsed by Instructor and Area Co-ordinator. Note: Minimum training time is 2 years2nd Dan to 3rd Dan i) Attend Referees Course (Parts I and II) - Must have been a qualified umpire for at least 6 months and at least 6 months between Parts I & II. ii) Officiate at a minimum of 2 T.A.G.B. tournaments per year. At least one of which must be a national tournament. (Licence books must be stamped) iii) Must attend ALL three pre-grading sessions immediately prior to the grading. Note: Minimum training time is 3 years3rd Dan to 4th Dan i) As per 2nd to 3rd Dan ii) Must have attended Part 1 and Part 2 of the instructors Course. Note: Minimum training time is 4 years4th Dan to 5th Dan i) As per 3rd to 4th Dan ii) A written application must be sent to the T.A.G.B. Committee together with the relevant Instructors’ recommendations, via the Area Co-ordinator. iii) Must be a qualified T.A.G.B. Instructor and Referee. Note: Minimum training time is 5 years6th Dan and above i) As per 4th to 5th Dan.Siân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  10. 10. ii) Awarded at the discretion of the black Belt Examiners Panel. Note: Minimum training time to 6th Dan is 6 years.__________________________________________________________________________ TAGB COURSESThe following minimum age limits apply to TAGB courses.Umpires and Referees: 16 years. Assistant Instructors: 16 years. Instructors: 18 years.Appendix FiveBristol Academy Eventshttp://www.bristoltkd.com/news/South%20West%202010.pdfSiân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  11. 11. http://www.bristoltkd.com/http://www.tagb.biz/events.htmlAppendix SixDefinitions of Dan, Patterns, Line Work, Doboks and the different sorts of sparring.Dan:Siân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  12. 12. Dans are the ranking of black belts. Once a student reaches black belt they are 1st Dan. Progressingfurther than black belt means to take gradings to get a higher Dan grades. Every Dan has threedifferent patterns. 9th degree black belt is the highest the rankings go.Patterns:There is one pattern for every belt up until black, where there are three for each Dan grade and anoptional two for both 1st and 2nd Dan. Patterns are a set sequence of movements, designed to enablethe student to train alone. There are 24 patterns in total in ITF taekwondo and each pattern has anhistorical meaning behind it.Line Work:Line work is combinations of movements performed in class in line. It enables students to practiceand perfect techniques from their patterns and previous patterns.Dobok:Dobok is the Korean name for the uniform worn by taekwondo students. The Dobok comes in manyvarieties, traditional white for coloured belts, black belt Dobok’s for black belts, you can also getDobok’s corresponding to the country to which you are from for example, England, Scotland orWales.Step sparring:Set sparring consists of predetermined sequences of movements, similar to a pattern, butperformed with an opponent. It is designed to be the next stage towards real combat from patternsand line work. Because of its predictability it is the first type of sparring taught to students. There arethree levels in order of most basic to most advanced: three-step, two-step, and one-step. Each levelbrings itself closer to real combat. The three levels are taught across the colour belt syllabus.Semi Free Sparring:This type is similar to set sparring but with an improvised element. On lower levels there are setattacks but no set blocks, which must be improvised. Higher levels are similar to free sparring butwith distinct stepping.Free Sparring:Free sparring enters the grading syllabus from blue stripe, though students can enter into sparringcategories in competitions from yellow stripe.Appendix SevenHealth and fitness promotionsSiân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
  13. 13. http://www.tagb.biz/index.htmlIn the last few years the TAGB has been involved with health and fitness promotions with companiessuch as Nestle, Nationwide Building Society, Sainsburys, Asda, Cardinal Securities, Disneyland andRotary International.http://www.j-sainsbury.co.uk/index.asp?PageID=424&section=&Year=2007&NewsID=850In 2007 the TAGB was involved in the Sainsburys Active kids vouchers, where children could collectthe vouchers for their school, for every £10 spent in store a voucher would be awarded andadditional vouchers would be give for spending money on items marked as healthy such as freshfruit and vegetables. The school were then able to exchange these vouchers for coaching foractivities they probably never had the chance to do before, such as a trained taekwondo coachcoming to their school to teach them.Appendix Eighthttp://www.buy.at/taekwondoSiân RobertsCandidate Number: 8050
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