TRAKR - How to log your attendance at
Aiki Kai Australia is very pleased to announce our brand new training attendance app - TRAKR (pronounced "tracker").
TRAKR is a custom-built web app, created by our own Mark Turner Sensei in Victoria. It will be used Australia-wide to track training attendance for normal dojo training, special events, TTCs, National Schools, you name it...
The app works both on Android and Apple devices and computers. To get the app use the URL below, it is not obtained through either Android or Apple online stores.
And it's launching at Summer School 2023!
Please scan the code, log in with your Aiki Kai Australia registered email address and password, then go to Log Special Events.
Now you can log your attendance for the morning and/or afternoon session of that day of of Summer School.
This totally replaces the paper "tick sheets" that used to be at the door.
Like the tick sheets, you must log your attendance for each morning and afternoon that you attend. You cannot log attendance for days in advance, plus, there is a cut off after which you can no longer do it, so don't sleep on this!
If you don't have a mobile device to log your attendance at the dojo, you can log it after training on a computer or anything that has a web browser by going to this address: https://happy-sand-049ec7f00.azurestaticapps.net/
Your login is the same username and password you use on the Aiki Kai Australia National website to access your profile. You would have used this when you registered for Summer School online. If you don't have a login, you must create one before you can use TRAKR.
If you don't have access to a web browser, or have any issues with TRAKR on the day, please talk to one of the mat marshals.
Follow the video links below, one shows Students how to use the app and the other is for Instructors.
TRAKR is something we've been working on and looking forward to for a very long time. It will save a lot volunteers a lot of work, give you access to your personal training history, and vastly simplify how to prepare for gradings. So many people, especially Mark Turner Sensei, have spent a lot of time building, testing and using it, so we hope you'll be as excited about it as we are.