Rationale: The following proposal is aimed at teacher training, and permanent training of Instructors and future instructors of our Association (UTKDA). In order to provide our staff of instructors with the most appropriate tools, as well as the best elements and criteria for the development of their activity as teachers of our Martial Art.
Focusing our effort on a holistic training that includes all facets of a student's training. Aware of the need that a properly trained instructor needs the minimum knowledge of each of the different parts that make up our discipline. Both of the competition modalities (fight, form, pre-established fight, special techniques, power break, team competitions, as well as pre-competitive activities and competitions of another nature); as well as the tools of personal defense (hand-to-hand work, work against weapons, defense distances, sensitive areas of the human body, etc.); technical structures (training secrets, learning composition cycle, fundamental movements, motions, tulle diagram, offset, etc.); general physical preparation (appropriate exercises, training risks, injury care, etc.); of martial protocols (behavior inside and outside the Dojan, moral culture, principles, etc.); the development of classes, exhibitions and exams; of the programs and teaching contents of the different categories; as well as any element or component necessary for the training of a Taekwondoin from the category of 10 Gup to that of IX ° Dan.
Likewise, given the breadth of territory in which our school extends, covering a large number of towns that go longitudinally from Ushuaia, in the south, in the province of Tierra del Fuego, to Cafayate, in the north, in the province of Salta. , passed through provinces such as Neuquén, Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Córdoba, Entre Ríos, Corrientes, Misiones, Santiago del Estero, Tucumán, Catamarca, among others, as well as the location of instructors of our technical line in neighboring countries. And considering, in this sense, the new technologies that allow pedagogically to shorten these distances, as well as the fact that the use of these tools allows us a more efficient use of time, part of our program aims to incorporate these tools to facilitate pedagogical-didactic strategies of this teacher training program. Adding virtual activities, both synchronous and asynchronous, to the instances of face-to-face training, to enhance and maximize the scope, effectiveness and efficiency of the program.
Purposes: Promote the holistic and professional training of our instructors Help with the training and ongoing training of our staff of instructors Homogenize, raise awareness and professionalize teaching practices in our association Shorten distances and strengthen ties between our instructors Provide tools to improve the teaching practices of our instructors Provide strategies that allow the best insertion and permanence in the professional field of our activity.