7 Results for tag: BJA

Kookateki Judo Club volunteers recognised by Belfast Lord Mayor

Volunteers from Kookateki Judo Club who have supported Belfast City Council in running its community services were recognised by Belfast Lord Mayor, Alderman Brian Kingston, as part of the city’s contribution to the UK Festival of Volunteering. The 12 day festival which took place between 1st and 12th June aimed to recognise, reward and recruit ... More

Kookateki at the Commonwealth Sports Festival

The Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council rolled out their sports festival in Belfast on 9th June 2016. The festival took place at the newly opened Girdwood Community Hub. The idea was to give children across the province the opportunity to try out different sports from the Commonwealth Games. Olympic Gold Medallist Dame Mary Elizabeth Peters, CH, ... More

UKCC Level 2 Coaching Assessment

UKCC Level 2 Coaching - Assessment Candidate Application Form - UKCC L2 Londonderry 2016 More

UKCC Level 2 Coaching Second Weekend

UKCC Level 2 Coaching - Second Weekend Candidate Application Form - UKCC L2 Londonderry 2016 More

UKCC Level 2 Coaching Course First Weekend

UKCC Level 2 Coaching Course - First weekend. Candidate Application Form - UKCC L2 Londonderry 2016 More

Kookateki Coach Development Success!

Behind every successful club is a dedicated coaching team, and Kookateki Judo Club is no exception! It was with this in mind that Jonathan Cooke embarked upon the UKCC Level 3 in Coaching Performance Judo - a 1st 4sport Award which looks at developing coaches. The course tutors were Colin McIver 9th Dan, Technical Director of the British Judo ... More

Sports Award Recognition from the BJA

The BJA website has another Kookateki article, this time recognising the club, and Jonathan for winning a Belfast Sports Award for increasing participation in sport. They could have chosen to use the photo of Jonathan flanked by his four handsome club coaches and volunteers, but instead opted for a photo of him with Wendy. We can't imagine why. Check it ... More