Summary of Fees/Prices
It can be very frustrating trying to find out how much a new activity is going to cost. Some martial arts Clubs are extremely aggressive in advertising, but are often reluctant to disclose what their fees are. At Calderdale Family Karate we are completely transparent about our pricing structure and recognise that people need to know how much things will cost. The following therefore summarises the current fees and prices set by the Club:
Lesson fees are paid on a "pay as you train" basis and we do not operate any contracts. This means that you do not lose any money if you are unable to train for any reason.
The Club holds grading tests on a quarterly basis. These give students who are training regularly the opportunity to gain promotion to the next grade, or belt. The tests are not compulsory, and students will be advised by the instructor around three weeks in advance if they are eligible to test. Students who pass the test will be awarded with their next grade, and where appropriate, a new belt.
Our membership fee is very competitive and includes registration with the British Martial Arts and Boxing Association (BMABA). Membership includes member to member and personal accident insurance (further details of the policy are available in the Club Rules section of the website. Initial membership (£15) is requested after the fourth training session, and includes a license book issued by the BMABA.
Uniforms are provided by the Club at cost price. Students are also welcome to provide their own uniform if they wish, provided that it is similar in style to those used by the Club.