Below is a list of some Zoom classes* offered by Aiki Kai Australia instructors and any members of this association may attend these classes. The classes are not open to non-members.
To attend a class you will need to:
A) Download a Zoom app to the device you will be using
B) Contact the nominated person below for each class and obtain the Zoom link details.
|Adelaide Dojo||Sunday||8.30 - 9.30am|
|Contact: David Scott Shihan <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Sydney dojo||Wednesday||7.00 - 8.00pm|
|Saturday||9.00 - 10.00am|
|Contact: Andrew Dziedzic Shihan <email@example.com>|
|Sunday||4.00 - 5.00pm|
|Contact: Jikou Sugano Sensei <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
*If you are running a Zoom class and would like to be added to this list notify <email@example.com> with the details.
If you attend an authorised AKA Zoom class you should take note of the points below.
You need to be aware the Declaration you signed when joining the organisation still applies if you attend an online class and, due to the altered circumstances of training within a non-supervised space, these additional disclaimers are active. Should you choose to join an online class it is automatically taken you accept these points.
1. a. By participating in an online lesson, you are doing so at your own risk.
2. Online training is only conducted for the benefit of existing financial members, and we ask you not to participate in any weapons training unless you have sufficient experience with the use of weapons.
3. The choice of an online platform is left up to the instructor, and there may be technical issues during a class. The instructor will do their best to help you with such issues after the class, where possible. Please be aware that the use of online meeting platforms carries with it some security risks. We cannot guarantee the safety or security of any application.
4. Attendance will be recorded at any online lesson as is the case with any other lesson. However, participation in online lessons is purely voluntary and subject to each person’s available technology.