Summer training camp in Tata city, Hungary organised by IBSSA Instructors


Between 2-6 August 2017 (from Wednesday till Sunday), a 5-day Ju-Jitsu, Karate, Krav-Maga and Military Close Combat training camp will be held in the organisation and with the participation of IBSSA Master Teachers and Instructors.

Location: Öreg-tó Club Hotel (2890 Tata, Fáklya str. 2.)

Arrival: 2nd August (Wednesday) from 11.00 am

Leaving the camp: 6th August (Sunday) until 1 pm

Travel: individually (by train or by own cars)


Training Instructors:

  • Mr. Gábor Gáti (6.Dan),
  • Mr. János Hülber (6.Dan) IBSSA Master Teacher,
  • Mr. Mihály Mizsányi (4.Dan) 
     as well as masters invited from other styles!

Fee of the training camp: 110.- EUR

 - which includes accommodation for 4 nights, full board (3 meals per day in a restaurant), IBSSA Certificate of Participation and the training costs.

The amount does not include the travel cost and the exam fee!

Meal: from first day (Wednesday) dinner, till last day (Sunday) breakfast

Placement: Stone houses (in rooms with 4 beds, WC, and shower)

BEDCLOTHES, OR SLEEPING BAGS HAVE TO BE TAKEN WITH YOU!

Amazing greenery, huge park, sports courts.

Insurance: INDIVIDUALLY – everybody takes part in the training camp at his/her own risk (all participants must carry valid accident insurance – please bring your Social Insurance Card with you!)

The training ends with an exam on Sunday!


For inquiries, or registration please contact

Mr. János Hülber, or Mr. Gábor Gáti at:

hulber.janos@gmail.com  gatisensei@gmail.com


IBSSA HQ

      

 

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