EXTRACTS FROM BYE-LAWS

1.  OBJECTIVES: The objects of the Association shall be to foster and develop Karate on traditional lines, to
     organise and regulate Karate on a National basis, to control the promotion of Karateka to higher degrees,
     and to represent the United Kingdom in the International field.

2.  GRADING EXAMINATIONS: Individual Karateka who train regularly shall be permitted to apply for examinations
     every three months or at the discretion of the Dojo Secretary or Instructor.

3.  AUTHORISED GRADES: Members and individuals shall not publish in any form grades other than those recorded
     at the National Registry. 

4.  COMPETITIONS: Members shall be permitted to take part in Competitions and Tournaments organised by the Association.
     Only individuals of amateur status within the meaning of the term shall be permitted to take part in International
     Competitions.
 
5. The Instructors and Secretary also reserve the right to terminate membership of any person they consider unsuitable.

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 "I promise to uphold the true spirit of Karate-Do and never to use the skills that I am taught
   against any persons, except for the defence of myself, family or friends in the instance of
   extreme danger or unprovoked attack, or in the support of law and order.“

the KASKA LICENSE


​When a student completes the beginners class and successfully grades to the first belt level, they are awarded
the first grading certificate, and an application form for two important documents;
The KASKA License and the KASKA Membership.
 

The License is registration with the group insurance policy. It must be kept current, and renewed annually. 

Both documents should be obtained before the new student applies for their next grading.

Both documents are to be submitted with every grading application, and will be annotated with every level attained.

Note: Please see the page KASKA MEMBERSHIP for details on that document. 


           WITHIN THE LICENSE IS THE STUDENT OATH, AND EXTRACTS FROM THE BYE-LAWS


THE STUDENT OATH