There are several steps involved when it comes to applying for membership to Karate Alberta.
Each club will have to complete the Initial Club Application Package.
Send completed package to Membership Officer along with $100 processing fee via cheque or e-transfer (email@example.com).
The Membership Officer will review the application form and required documentation. If there is any missing information he/she will be in contact with the applying club to retrieve it.
After consultation with fellow board members the application will be either:
- Accepted as a Category B club with a probationary period of one year. Probation means that these members can not exercise their vote at any Annual General Meeting or Special Meetings during that period. Also they can not run for a board position during that time. Once the probationary period has expired a club is automatically given Category A status.
Have all your members complete the Application For Individual Membership
All head instructors require a Police Check (including vulnerable persons check). Contact the Membership Officer to request letter from Karate Alberta. In some cases a request letter will reduce the cost of obtaining the police check.
You will receive an account invitation for Martial Member (our online membership system) to register all your members and will be invoiced as per our fee structure.