A bit more about Us

Ikkaido is accredited with the Safeguarding code in Martial Arts Mark, which recognises that we have reached and maintained good safeguarding standards and empower parents and carers to make informed decisions when selecting the right organisation to provide Martial Arts for their child.

Safeguarding in Martial Arts Mark
UKCC accredited

We train coaches with high quality, UKCC accredited coaching qualifications which are monitored by OFQUAL. We ensure that each coach attends Safeguarding of Children and Vulnerable Adults training and Inclusion, Equity and Disability Sport training. Each coach must have a DBS (criminal records check), First Aid training and Public Liability of £5m. Our board contains both disabled and non-disabled people.

Ikkaido is a registered NGO at the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Ikkaido is a member of the United Nations Global Compact for Sustainable Development Goals and a signatory to the UNESCO Marseilles Declaration on inclusion in sport. Ikkaido is a member of TAFISA, The Association for International Sport for All, which is a Federation of the International Olympic Committee. Ikkaido is a member of the Sport and Recreation Alliance which is recognised by Sport England. Ikkaido is a member of the non-political groups Disability Action Alliance and Disability Rights UK.

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
UNESCO
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Thank you to our supporters:

Projects Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union
Bucks Grand Provincial Lodge
Peoples Postcode Lottery logo

Ikkaido international projects are funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Comission. Ikkaido is supported by funding from the Grand Provincial Lodge of Buckinghamshire, ACar2Go, Enterprise Car Rentals, Sasakawa Foundation, Peter Harrison Foundation, People’s Postcode Lottery and Sport England through County Sports Partnerships all around the UK.

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