Taekwon-Do (ITF) Club

Taekwon-Do (ITF) Club


The RMIT ITF Taekwon-Do Club is affiliated with the Chan Hun International Taekwon-Do Federation (CHITF) and LAI Taekwon-Do. This provides the student with an internationally recognised ranking and certificate and allows the student to continue training in schools all over the world.

In training, we incorporate a version of combat designed for the purpose of self-defence. We utilise a combination of fundamental techniques, sparring, strength training and cardio exercises to increase personal fitness. We provide training for all levels of fitness and experience.

Join the ITF Taekwon-Do for self-development, social networking and new life experiences.

Where and When
City Campus
Building 47, Level 2 (8 Orr Street, Carlton)
Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday; 6.30 - 8.00 pm

Bundoora Campus
Sports Centre, Fitness Room
Tuesdays 7:30 - 9:30pm

Finished your free trial and interested in joining us? Click on the "Join or Renew" red button and follow the prompts to register and pay for membership fee.
You can pay per semester or yearly.

Semester Fee
City (RMIT students) $110
City (Non-RMIT Students) $165
Bundoora (RMIT students) $55
Bundoora (Non-RMIT Students $80

We have regular training sessions, specific tournament training and training camps throughout the year. We also compete at regular local, state and national tournaments for members to further develop their skills and knowledge in Taekwon-Do. Club members are encouraged to compete in International Tournaments when possible.

COVID-19 Plans
ITF Taekwon-Do is an indoors sport and until RMIT University allows for sports clubs to resume, training sessions has been suspended. As lockdown eases, the club plans to organise outdoor training sessions on the weekend. This is all reliant on the the severity of the lock down restrictions. More to be announced at a later date.

Shivarnee Sitsabasan
Mobile: 0451 072 010
Email: itftaekwondo.club@rmit.edu.au

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