Terms & Conditions
I AGREE TO ABIDE BY THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
- All rules are laid down by the T.A.G.B and rules of the club.
- The instructor has the right to withhold tuition from me if I violate the code of the T.A.G.B.
- I hold myself solely responsible for any injury that I may sustain in the course of training.
- I agree not to misuse the knowledge gained through my training and only use it for self-defense.
Full Terms & Conditions
First Session – The Initial First session is Free.
The first month – The first month’s training is available on a pay-as-you-train basis; current pay as you train prices are available from your club instructor. After one calendar month from your initial free session, the student will then be required to commit to one of the two monthly training options below.
Monthly Training Fees – Training Fees are to be paid in advance on the first session of the calendar month, via standing order or recurring PayPal / Debit card.
Monthly training fees are available in the form of two options: Casual & Unlimited Current training costs are available from your club instructor
Term – We only ask the student to commit to one month in advance. We would ask that if the student wishes to discontinue their training that we are given 1 weeks’ notice via email or text.
Missed Sessions – If a student is absent from training due to holidays, general sickness, or any other commitments, no reimbursement will be made for that session. However, if the student is sick relating to a documented illness highlighted on their license application i.e. Diabetes, Heart Disorder, Asthma, Migraine, Epilepsy, etc then we will be happy to look at an appropriate payment plan.
Family Discount – If two family members train, a third/fourth & fifth can train for a free or discounted rate (license & grading fees still apply). For clarity, the student or students who have committed to the lesser monthly option will be the free student.
Instructor Absence – In the event of your club instructor being absent due to illness, holidays, etc, we will always endeavor to get another black belt instructor to take the class. If this is not possible, and we have to cancel the class, no reimbursement will be made (The monthly payments are worked out over a 48 week year allowing for 4 weeks a year where an instructor may be sick or on holiday)
Contact Details – It remains the responsibility of the student to ensure that all contact details (mainly email and mobile phone numbers) remain up to date. In the event of an instructor absence or any cancellation of training, we will always endeavor to inform the student via email and/or text prior to the session.
TAGB Licence – All students must have an up-to-date TAGB Licence – the current annual license fee is £40. The club instructor will notify you at the beginning of the renewal month when it is due. We would then ask for prompt payment as penalties are applied for late renewals.
TAGB Equipment – All TAGB uniforms/sparring equipment must either be purchased from your club instructor or through the official TAGB website. For insurance and safety purposes, any item purchases from external sources i.e. eBay will not be accepted.
Price Variation – Training, grading, and license fees may be subject to change. We will give one month’s notice in the event of any such price change.
Venue & Times – May be subject to change.
Special Circumstances – If there are any special (ongoing) circumstances that prevent a monthly commitment, i.e. two-week shift pattern or away on business every 3rd week of the month, etc, please speak to your club instructor to work out a more convenient monthly payment plan.
Product returns –Product can be returned within 28 days of purchase providing that they have not been used. Damaged or Faulty goods will be exchanged with 14 days of purchase.
BRITISH TAE KWON-DO COUNCIL LICENCE
PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Whilst injuries in Tae Kwon-Do are not quite commonplace as in other contact sports these can at times, be so serious as to dramatically affect the injured party or even result in death. The natural reaction in such cases is to seek compensation and this will involve court action which may or may not be successful. It is estimated that only one in five such actions results in an award of damages and a seven or eight-year delay must be anticipated. Personal accident insurance will provide such automatic compensation without the need to prove that anybody is liable.
To provide immediate compensation without the need to prove liability or pursue court action The British Tae Kwon-Do Council has arranged Personal Accident Insurance in respect of all members. This should ensure that in the event of death a sum is available to the member’s direct dependents but where permanent total disablement, such as loss of an eye, a limb, or total inability to pursue an occupation occurs, higher compensation to help rebuild a shattered life is called for. Whilst no amount of compensation can adequately replace the quality of living previously enjoyed, a sensible benefit of around £25,000 is considered suitable. Weekly benefits to assist, but not to replace for the loss of wages is also insured through this particular benefit only applies to people in waged employment. The British Tae Kwon-Do Council considers this fact relative to the ages and employment conditions of their membership and to this end a small degree of assistance is given to students and junior members.
The benefits are as follows;
Death £5,000 per Insured Person of under 18 years of age
£25,000 per Insured Person over 18 years of age
Total and Irrecoverable loss of sight in one or both eyes £25,000
Loss of one or two limbs £25,000
Total and Irrecoverable loss of sight of one eye and
Loss of one limb £25,000
Permanent Total Disablement
Total loss of sight of one or both eyes or loss of limb £25,000
Temporary Total Disablement £5 per week per Insured Person under 16 years of age.
Entitlement o this benefit is to a maximum sum of £250
£60 per week per Insured Person over 16 years of age in full/part-time employment. Entitlement to this benefit is dependent upon loss of earnings incurred to a maximum of £60 per week. The maximum sum payable is £3,000
£15 per week per Insured Person who is unemployed and students in full-time education. Entitlement to this benefit is dependent upon loss of any other benefit/grants due to the injury to a maximum of £15 per week. The maximum sum payable £300
To qualify for any of these benefits you must have been absent from employment or studies for a period of more than two weeks and proof of absence and loss of earnings will need to be supported by official paperwork i.e. Medical Certificates In order for any of the above benefits to be applied, claims should be submitted on an official claims form to the Insurance Officer of the British Tae Kwon-Do Council within 21 days, failure to do so will jeopardize your claim and may result in loss of benefits.
Injury to a third party or damage to property of others could almost automatically result in a claim for damages, such claims and their associated expenses should the case go to court can be very costly. In the absence of adequate Liability Insurance, members will find themselves financially responsible for any damages and costs awarded, to this end included in the membership insurance of the British Tae Kwon-Do Council is a Third Party Liability Insurance for all its members.
The benefit is as follows; Limit of Liability £5,000,000 / unlimited in any one of insurance
Members Professional Indemnity
As a Tae Kwon-Do student regardless of grade at some time, you may be requested to assist the Instructor and train junior grades within the lesson. To this end in order that you can do this officially the British Tae Kwon-Do Council has included in its membership insurance Indemnity cover to the sum of £1,000,000.
All insurance cover is only available to British Nationals and students who have resided in the U.K. for longer than six months.
Competition Entry Declaration
I understand that there is an inherent risk of physical injury in the practice and learning of a contact sport such as Tae Kwon-Do. Whilst the TAGB and Association schools and Instructors will take all reasonable steps to minimize the likelihood of an accident, the risk of physical injury cannot be eliminated. There is a particular risk in the context of competitions and grading exercises which by their nature are likely to result in an individual approaching and potentially exceeding the limits of their skills and physical ability. The acceptance of an individual’s application to participate in a competition or to undertake a grading exercise does not constitute and should not be considered as constituting any form of confirmation or assurance by the TAGB or any Association School or Instructor to the effect that individual has the necessary skill or physical ability to safely complete such competition or grading exercise, it being the individual’s sole responsibility to judge such matters for themselves. If an individual has any doubt whatsoever as to their ability to safely complete any exercise in the context of a competition, grading exercise, or otherwise it is the responsibility of the individual to withdraw from the same. The TAGB, and Association schools and Instructors accept no liability for injuries sustained in the course of practicing and learning of Tae Kwon-Do save for injuries attributed to the negligence of the TAGB, and Association schools and Instructors. Insurance in respect of such risks is included in your annual membership. In agreeing to this declaration I accept the above-recited disclaimer of liability and also agree to abide by the rules of the TAGB as amended from time to time should I be accepted as a participant of this competition.
I clearly understand that my participation in the event is entirely at my own risk.