Importance of a good team:
Teamwork is often a crucial part of our karate training, as it is often necessary for students to learn & execute acquired skills well together, trying to give their best in any circumstances.
It builds up trust and mutual respect.
Karatenomichi World Federation India has a team of dedicated instructors who enhance the students learning experience by imparting knowledge in the art of KWF karate in the best possible manner.
The training conducted by us is in lineage with that imparted in Budo karate by the KWF International Headquarters in Japan and the expertise achieved by our Chief Instructor Shihan Sachin Chavan, he has standardized the syllabus for all assistant and junior instructors to follow.
We do support Sports Karate of WKF, which makes us one of the very few karate organisations in the world to impart both traditional and sports karate coaching to our members.
Special technical seminars and camps are arranged thrice a year to bring out the best in students to enable them test their skills in the karate competitions at the Inter-school, University, District, State, National and International levels.
TEAM - KWF INDIA:
KWF INDIA Kenshusei (instructor intern) training program
Analyzing growing necessity in the field of Martial Science, KWF India has commenced its Kenshusei (instructor intern training program) at the headquarter dojo at Mumbai from 2013.
This program is instituted by Shihan Sachin Chavan.
It helps to promote standardization, consistency and quality control of our Karate training practices, helping graduating karate-ka in times to come.
A member who has achieved a minimum qualification of 1st kyu (nearing Black Belt) with a minimum age of 16 years and above is eligible to join the Instructor intern training program which gives them an opportunity to coach at various educational institutions and dojo's as Junior Trainee Instructors with a basic remuneration/ stipend to support them financially.