Poomsae Talent ID Phase 2 and Athlete Academy Camps

2022 Poomsae Talent ID Camp - Phase 2  &  2022 Poomsae Athlete Academy Camp

Camp Overview:

The Poomsae Talent ID Camp - Phase 2 and the Poomsae Athlete Academy Camp will be held December 03 & 04 at King's Combat Sports in Chatworth, CA.

These poomsae camps provide THE OPPORTUNITY for YOU to train with the National Poomsae coaching staff.  These camps will focus on preparing for the upcoming 2023 competition year which will begin with the USA Taekwondo Poomsae Team Trial.  Coaches will provide athletes with the training methods for what promises to be a highly competitive season that will lead to the 2024 World Poomsae Championships.

Athletes are invited to attend these camps via email invitations only.

 

Registration:

If you have received an email invite you will be able to view and register for the Poomsae Talent ID Phase 2 Camp or the Poomsae Athlete Academy Camp via Sport:80 @ USATAEKWONDO.SPORT80.COM (under Development).

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022 POOMSAE TALENT ID CAMP - PHASE 2  &  2022 POOMSAE ATHLETE ACADEMY CAMP

 

CAMP LOCATION:

King's Combat Sports

9400 Lurline Avenue Unit A1

Chatsworth, CA 91311

 

SCHEDULE:

Saturday, December 03:

8:00am - 6:00pm

Sunday, December 04:

8:00am - 2:30pm

A more detailed schedule will be available after registration closes.

 

REGISTRATION:  Login to your Sport:80 account and locate the 2022 Poomsae Talent ID Phase 2 Camp or the 2022 Poomsae Athlete Academy Camp.  Please note: Only those athletes who have received email invitations will be able to see registration information via Sport:80. 

 

HOTEL INFORMATION:  

Holiday Inn Express and Suites

21340 Devonshire St.

Chatsworth, CA 91311

Safe Sport is an initiative that is mandatory for all USOPC National Governing Bodies to develop and to implement. USA Taekwondo has done so, and it is now a requirement that people in supervisory positions with our Taekwondo athletes must undergo and successfully complete a background check. Of course, the emphasis here is on the safety of our athletes and the strong motivation to keep them safe from all kinds of abuse, to include harassment, bullying and improper touching. We will also be providing training for our membership regarding Safe Sport and its implementation. 

We are partnering with the USOPC to bring this training to our membership. Athlete safety concerns our entire membership and SafeSport is a great initiative that has been instituted by the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee to help to protect all of our athletes.

When a current member renews their membership, or when a new member registers for the first time, they are required to have a background check as a part of the SafeSport initiative, depending on the category of their membership registration. Anyone who registers as either a coach, referee or instructor and/or club owner must pay and have a background check done before the membership is either renewed or accepted (for first-time registrants).

-Download and read the in-depth USA Taekwondo Safe Sport Strategy Document.

-Download and read the in-dept updated 2022 MAAPP Document.

-Download and read the Education and Training Policy Document.

-Download and read the Qualify Control System Document.

TO REPORT A VIOLATION INCLUDING SEXUAL MISCONDUCT CLICK HERE.

TO REPORT PHYSICAL ABUSE, EMOTIONAL ABUSE OR ANY OTHER VIOLATION OF THE MAAPP OR SAFESPORT POLICIES WHICH DOES NOT INCLUDE SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, CLICK HERE

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CURRENT LIST OF SUSPENDED INDIVIDUALS

CLICK HERE to Visit the SafeSport Website.

 

Some points of information for our membership:

If you indicate more than one membership category in your registration (i.e. athlete, coach, referee, instructor and/or club owner) you MUST complete the background check before you will be allowed to register for any tournament or seminar under any membership category.
• Background checks will be required every two years and should be updated annually.
• Completion of a background check will take a minimum of 24 hours to get the results back. For those coaches, referees, instructors, etc., who have an event that is coming up soon, you must allow yourself time to have a completed background check so that your participation in that event will not be denied, pending the results of your background check.
• The burden is on each individual to complete their background check in plenty of time to participate in any event or seminar of their choice. There are no 'RUSH' background checks to make up for poor planning on the part of an individual.
• The expense of the background check is the responsibility of each individual. Payment for the background check must be made before one is allowed to register for membership, events or seminars.

 

MAAPP (MINOR ATHLETE ABUSE PREVENTION POLICIES) - Free Minor (Under 17) Athlete Training

USA Taekwondo has a broad demographic in the United States and half of the USATKD membership are under the age of 17. USATKD believes that knowledge at all ages is an important step in preventing abuse and misconduct, however parents might often struggle with how to discuss bullying, harassment, hazing, physical abuse, emotional abuse, and sexual misconduct and abuse with their youth athlete. The U.S. Center for SafeSport has developed free, educational courses for youth athletes of all ages and USA Taekwondo encourages athletes of all ages to participate in the free training provided by the U.S. Center for SafeSport.

For additional information regarding Youth Training provided by the U.S. Center for SafeSport, Click Here.