BRITISH THAI BOXING COUNCIL (BTBC)
DEDICATED TO THE PROMOTION AND PRESERVATION
MARTIAL ARTS OF THAILAND
The British Thai Boxing Council (B.T.B.C.) is one of oldest organisation for Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) in the world .
The organisation was founded in Manchester in 1979 and has set the standard for quality and excellence over four decades.
British Thai boxing council Offers:
SUPPORT & TRAINING FOR NEW INSTRUCTORS
Support and training for new instructors in Muay Thai skills, Coaching skills, running and promoting a club, preparing fighters for competition, information on Muay Thai rules, history and traditions.
Personal and Third Party Accident, Professional Indemnity, Public Liability plus advice – essential in these days where people are more ‘Claims Aware’.
Regular seminars with World-renowned instructors of Muay Thai, Muay Kaacheurk/Muay Boran, Krabi Krabong, Judging and Refereeing.
Regular national and international events for all classes of competitor from Junior to ‘A’ class professional and amateur.
ESTABLISHED GRADING STRUCTURE
From complete beginner through to Gold standard senior/advanced instructor qualification – the “Blue Chip” standard for Muay Thai, Muay Boran and Krabi Krabong.
TRAINING IN THAILAND
Organised travel and training opportunities with some of Thailand’s top instructors and specialists in the martial arts of Thailand.
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT AND ADVICE
From our highly experienced administrative staff who have over 30 years clerical and management experience in the field of sports and leisure.
From experienced members of our technical committee, which includes: Arjarn Panya Kraitus, Arjarn Werayut Messamarn, Arjarn Sira Messamarn, Arjarn Lec Chaikeawrung and Kru Lang (Sitpralang).
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Standardised rules and regulations governing Professional and Amateur Muay Thai and Junior All Styles Semi Contact competition.
Information and advice available to members: Risk Assessment Procedures, Child Protection policy, Safety policy plus advice and assistance on all aspects of safety in the sport.
For further information about The British Thai boxing Council or a club in your area call