Instructor Sensei Hiroshi Katanishi:
After graduating from Tenri University (Japan), Sensei Hiroshi Katanishi, 8th dan, became trainer of France’s National Judo team. Katanishi sensei has been instructor for the past 30 years of the Judo Kwai Lausanne in Switzerland. Katanishi sensei is also a Dan expert, Youth & Sports Expert for the Switzerland Judo Federation. Since 1999, he has been the technical advisor to the Swiss National Team. In 2003, he became the European Union judo expert.
This clinic is open to Law Enforcement Judo Association members and Judo BC members who are 16 years of age and green belt and above for judo ranking. The emphasis of this clinic will be on understanding and developing the biomechanics of judo movement, and will be of interest and benefit for individuals interested in coaching and instructing judo. All registration must be done on-line.
Registration deadline is May 5, 2017. Registrants can either pay online or in person at the TTC. The cost for this two day clinic is $75.00. For those paying in person, either cash or a cheque payable to the Law Enforcement Judo Association.
- Fill out the online registration form (click here to go to the form)
- Send payment cheque or pay online (click here to go to online payment page)
For more information contact Chin-I Hsiang (phone: 778 986 1916 – email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
No Late Registration or Drop-In:
Due to the limited space, capacity attendance for this clinic, and secure facility, there will be no drop-in or late registration. Participation will be based on the registration list.
Doors open at 7:30 am and registration, waivers, Par Q registration forms and sign-in will take place from 7:30-8:30 am. The clinic will start at 09:00 hours with a welcome/introduction in the classroom and then will move into the Combatives gym.
Sign-In / Sign Out:
The TTC has 24 hour on-site security monitoring, and there is a requirement for everyone entering the building to only do so at the front entrance and to sign in. If anyone leaves the facility they must do so through the front entrance and sign out when they leave.
Due to the working lunch presentation on Saturday and lack of close restaurants/ nearby food outlets, we are recommending that participants bring their own lunch – there is a microwave/small kitchen on site. Snacks will be provided for this clinic. Once everyone is organized the working presentation will take place in the training classroom. Please bring your lunch and food in the training classroom and enjoy the multi-media presentation.
The Tactical Training Centre (TTC) is a law-enforcement training facility owned and operated by the City of Vancouver. It is not open to the public or community groups unless under the direct supervision of a law enforcement program. It is also the home for the VPD Police Judo Club, one of three Police Judo clubs currently operating in the Lower Mainland of B.C. The Hiroshi Katanishi Instructor Seminar will take place in the training classrooms as well as the Combatives Room – a 2600 sq ft. sprung floor training gym.
The Vancouver Police Department is the primary tenant of the facility and maintains personnel and office space on site. There may be training occurring in the facility (including gun ranges) at the same time as this clinic, so it is important to respect that law enforcement training has priority over other seminars or clinics. Police Instructors are identified by their training uniform.