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Resources for Members
Resources for Clubs
Membership Application Forms
Download the appropriate form for the level of membership being sought.
Instructor Membership Form
Use the Instructor Membership Form to register your club and the Head Instructor.
Registration enables clubs to register students for state, national and international courses and competitions as either athletes or officials.
Registrations is inclusive or Professional Indemnity, Public Liability, Sports Injury and Income Protection insurances.
Student Registration Form
Use the Student Registration form to register club students. This provides club students with Sports Injury, Public Liability and Income Protection (17+ years) insurances and access to state, national and internatioal courses and competitions.
Codes of Conduct
Australian Taekwondo seeks to provide a safe, fair, respectful and inclusive environment for everyone involved in our organisation and in our sport and to protect the integrity and reputation of Taekwondo in Australia. The ability for us to participate, compete, officiate and enjoy our martial art and sport requires a clear understanding of and compliance with certain standards of behaviour, known as our Codes of Conduct.
We require competitors, instructors, coaches, officials, referees, judges, administrators, parents/guardians and spectators to comply with these Codes when participating or attending any of our sanctioned events.
Membership System User Guide
This user guide has been developed to assist instructors use the Australian Taekwondo Membership system which captures National level members, accreditations, Kukkiwon records and is used for domestic competition entry and management.
Memberships on this system are for National use only and allow students to participate and compete in all Australian Taekwondo National and State level seminars, workshops, camps and competitions.
Kukkiwon Certificate Application ®
Clubs must use these forms when applying for Kukkiwon Dan certificates. Please note that these forms are password protected and only accessable by registered Head Instructors.
Kukkiwon Fees and Application Requirements ®
Instructors must ensure that applications for Kukkiwon Certificates comply with the requirements stated in the document below. If in doubt, please contact the Administration Manager on 1300 853 287 or email at email@example.com.
Kukkiwon Summary Sheet ®
Examiners must summarise all application on this form and the contained information will be registered in the Australian Taekwondo Kukkiwon Database.
Kukkiwon Application Form
This form must be completed by the application and examiner and submitted with the Summary Sheet and the prescribed fee.
Taekwondo Olympic Nomination Criteria
The Olympic Nominations Criteria details the process and criteria by which Australian Taekwondo will nominate athletes to the Australian Olympic Committee for inclusion to the Australian Olymic Team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games.
The Olympic Nominations Criteria was approved by the Australian Olympic Committee on 8 November 2018.
Selection Policy for 2019 Senior World Championships Team
The Selection Policy details the process and criteria by which Australian Taekwondo will select athletes to the team to compete at the 2019 Senior World Championships. This policy was updated 20 November 2018, with the removal of the US Open as a Qualifying Event due to it having been scheduled a month later than anticipated.
Affiliate Membership Policy
This policy provides the framework to create a membership category for Taekwondo organisations that operate multiple clubs or branches as separate business entities.
This policy provides the framework to ensure that appeals against decisions of Australian Taekwondo are managed transparently.
Anti Doping Policy
This Anti-Doping Policy is adopted and implemented by Australian Taekwondo in accordance with the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority’s and Australian Taekwondo's responsibilities under the World Anti-Doping Code, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Act 2006 (Cth), the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority Regulations 2006 (Cth) (including the National Anti-Doping scheme), and in furtherance of combined ongoing efforts to eradicate doping in sport in Australia.
Child and Cadet Head and Face Contact Policy
This policy is to ensure the safety of Child and Cadet Division athletes in relation to head and face contact in sparring competitions.
Find A Club Eligibility Policy ®
This policy addresses the eligibility of Clubs to be part of the ‘Find A Club’ function on Australian Taekwondo website.
It determines the eligibility of a club, and its branches, to be featured in the ‘Find A club’ Function.
This policy sets out the criteria and process to nominate a commendable person for life membership of Australian Taekwondo.
Logo Usage Policy
To protect the Australian Taekwondo brand name, this policy sets out the approved usage of the AT logo.
Member Protection Policy
Member Protection is a very important part of the Australian Taekwondo’s activities. The ability for us all to compete, officiate and enjoy our martial art and sport requires a clear awareness of the responsibility we have to ourselves, our members and others around us.
Australian Taekwondo has formalised these basic tenets into a Member Protection Policy.
Visual Aids For Kyorugi Competitions
As there are no World Taekwondo regulations relating to wearing of visual aids, this policy seeks to provide clear guidelines for both athletes and officials in relation to wearing of visual aids in kyorugi competition.
The Constitution was amended at the Annual General Meeting held on 22 September 2018. Notes on the amended clauses are summarised in "Constitution_Changes_Passed_22_September_2018.pdf".
Insurance Disclosure Statement
Australian Taekwondo as a company limited by guarantee has an obligation under the requirements of the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) to disclose to members certain information pertaining to the insurance coverage that is provided as part of their membership fee.
Insurance Policy Wordings
Australian Taekwondo arranges our insurance policies with Sports Cover through our insurance broker, Instrat Insurance Bokers.
Members can download the Player Accident Policy and the General Liability Policy to view the statements covering these policies.
In addition members can also view the schedule of cover afforded by the policies.
Insurance Claim Forms
Use these forms to submit a Sports Injury and/or Income Protection claim on through our insurers.
Use this form to order Australian Taekwondo branded merchandise such as Gup Certificates, Grading Books, Dobok Badges, Ties and Lanyards.
The 2015~2020 Strategic Plan is our vision for One Taekwondo: unified, respected, successful and sustainable, and providing opportunites for all.
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Chairman's Report and signed Financial Statements
Chairman's Report and signed Financial Statements
With the redevelopment of the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) Education Framework, some coaches who were accredited in the former systems may be eligible to transition their accreditation to the new framework.
The Kyorugi Coaching Committee has determined that a Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) process will be available untill 28 February 2017 for eligible coaches to receive the AT NCAS Club Talent Coach accreditation.
The RCC applies if someone has previously successfully completed the requirements for an accreditation and makes an application to be assessed to ascertain that the competence has been maintained.
International Referee Pathways
This policy has been developed by the National Kyorugi Referee Committee to establish development, standards and clearly defined pathways for national level Kyorugi Referees to be recommended by Australian Taekwondo to the World Taekwondo (WT) to attend WT International Kyorugi Referee courses.
Maintaining Kyorugi Referee Presenter Accreditation
This policy has been developed by the National Kyorugi Referee Committee to establish clear guidelines for Referee Presenters to:
1. Maintain standards through continuing practice and professional development.
2. Ensure that Kyorugi Referee Course participants are provided with the most up to date knowledge.
With the redevelopment of Australian Taekwondo (AT) NOAS Coach Education framework, some Referees who were accredited in the former system may be able to transition their accreditation to the new framework.
The AT National Poomsae Officiating Committee has decided that a Recognition of Current Competency process will be available for eligible Referees to receive the AT NOAS Referee accreditation. Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) applies if someone has previously successfully completed the requirements for an accreditation and makes an application to be assessed to ascertain that the competence has been maintained.
* Please note that Australian Taekwondo is waiving the administration fee for the processing of an RCC application until 31 May 2017 when this RCC process concludes.