Karate can have a very powerful and positive influence on people, especially young people. Not only can it provide opportunities for enjoyment and achievement, it can also develop valuable qualities such as self-esteem, self-confidence, leadership and teamwork. These positive effects can only take place if the instruction of Karate is in the right hands - those who place the welfare of all young people first and adopt practices that support, protect and empower them. Instructors have a moral and legal responsibility to support and care for young people and disabled adults and to protect them from abuse.
Kyoshin Child Policy Statement
Kyoshin recognises that it has both a moral and legal obligation to ensure that when it is given responsibility for children, it provides them with the highest possible standard of care.
The Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) is now called the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) - CRB checks are now called DBS checks. All Kyoshin Instructors have been checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service.
KUGB Spring Training Course at Torbay. Kyoshin members enjoying the Bumper Boats.