Summer training camp 2018 in Tata city, Hungary organised by IBSSA Instructors
Between 6-11 August 2018 (from Monday till Saturday), a 6-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 in the picturesque Tata city, in Hungary.
Location: Öreg-tó Club Hotel (2890 Tata, Fáklya str. 4.)
Arrival: 6th August (Monday) from 11.00 am
Leaving the camp: 11th August (Saturday) until 1 pm
Travel: individually (by train or by own cars)
• Mr. Gábor Gáti (6.Dan) IBSSA Teacher
• 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: 150.- EUR
- which includes accommodation for 5 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 costs and the exam fee!
Meal: from first day (Monday) dinner, till last day (Saturday) breakfast
Placement: in stone houses (in rooms with 3-4 beds, WC, and shower)
BEDCLOTHES, OR SLEEPING BAGS HAVE TO BE TAKEN WITH YOU!
Amazing greenery all around the lake, 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!)
Deadline for Registration: 10th July 2018
The training ends with an exam on Saturday morning!
For inquiries, or registration please contact
Mr. János Hülber, or Mr. Gábor Gáti at:
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