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Boxing practice makes perfect – See OUR success stories 

Boxing Awards helps you to develop your boxing training skills in order to mentor youth in your area. Whether you’re new to boxing or you’re a seasoned boxer, there’s a lot to gain from a Boxing Awards tutor training programme or Boxing Awards course. Take a look at what some of our students have achieved through boxing practice and the Boxing Awards programme in Southsea, Portsmouth, the East end of London, Leeds, Yorkshire, Staffordshire and nationwide. 
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GB Boxing Tutor Course – Girlington Community Club

Great day at Girlington Community Club in Bradford. All passed the Boxing Tutor Course. Great bunch of volunteers making the difference in their community. They have added non-contact boxing to the other activities they run in their very popular centre. These include jogging club, cycle club and jujitsu, and now they intend to deliver the Boxing Awards to the community.  πŸ‘ŠπŸΎπŸ’₯

GB National Boxing Awards Programme

Massive well done to Ricky, passing his Platinum Award (all 6 awards completed) at Heart of Portsmouth Boxing Academy. Well done from all at HOP. Proud to have you as part of the team. #dontthinkyoucanknowyoucan πŸ‘ŠπŸΎπŸ’₯
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GB Boxing Tutor Course at Fight for Peace

Boxing Tutor Course today at Fight for Peace Academy in East London. More tutors qualified to deliver the Boxing Awards programme in boxing clubs, youth clubs and schools. πŸ‘ŠπŸΎπŸ’₯

Boxing on the curriculum In Bognor School

ABA coaches/tutors – Mark Hibbert (ABA coach), Rebecca Smith (course tutors) and Patryk LeVan (boxing tutor) – have been working in conjunction with The Regis Secondary School in Bognor, Sussex to deliver a six week GB National Boxing Awards programme, including work towards The ASDAN Certificate of Personal Effectiveness (CoPE).

Nine students have successfully completed their Preliminary Award:

Josh Ward, Kavanagh Bressington, Nathan Edicker, Mikey Blissett, Ashleigh Lambert, Jamie Wharton, Joe Harris, Harry Dumville and Ciaran Barnes-Cornish were presented with their certificates at a ceremony performed at the Regis School on Thursday, March 8th.

The students researched, organised and took part in a debate regarding the moral issues surrounding boxing. They split into two groups, one FOR and one AGAINST boxing. To assist with presenting their discussion they designed a PowerPoint presentation. After presenting their side, the students entered a lively debate each side arguing their points. At the end a vote was held to decide whether boxing should or should not be banned. The vote was FOR boxing.

A second course has now commenced covering the Standard Award, including further work towards the ASDAN (CoPE) through boxing. This time the students will research, design and work out the cost to set up a boxing gym.

Mark, Rebecca and Patryk would like to thank David Jones MA (Principal), Caroline Saunders, Margi Gibbs, Sherryl Urquhart and Nicole Knight for their support and look forward to working with them in the future.

We would also like to thank Peter Cox and Charlie Martin at VK Gym for their continued support in getting amateur boxing back into schools.
Find out what Boxing Awards can do for you. Call 07702 745 590. 
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