Shudokan wins 3 more international awards


 At the latest International FEC conference held in Washington, the Shudokan Black Belt Academy was put forward to receive 3 awards. The nominations are made based on information gathered on our school by the EFC Executive committee and by spot visits and arranged audits. Only a limited number of awards are granted each year worldwide to over 6000 professional schools. A great number of these schools are considered to be the world’s finest Martial Arts Facilities.

 I am delighted to say that we picked up all 3 nominations.

 The first award was presented to Sensei Jo Robson for outstanding student service and commitment to excellence

 The second award went to Sensei Hezie Allen for “2010 most inspiring instructor award” for being an outstanding role model, teacher and mentor.

 The certificate of honour was awarded to the school for overall standards and excellence.

 I would like to extend thanks and appreciation to all who work and contribute at the Shudokan Black Belt Academy for helping us remain at the cutting edge of the Martial Arts world. For helping establish our Dojo as a world leading facility.


 Sensei Ken

Shudokan Black Belt Academy – Aikido Nottingham