ASIO Taekwondo club in Honiara is now open for new intakes in 2016 as of Monday.
Head Instructor of the ASIO Taekwondo Club John Alick confirmed this to Star Sports yesterday in an interview.
Alick said the club already resumed trainings for this year as of yesterday evening and at the same time open for 2016 new intakes.
While he is calling on the continuing students to return to the normal club trainings, he is also calling on those who are interested in taking up taekwondo classes in 2016 to come forward and register their names.
The training venue for 2016 will remain at the Multipurpose Hall with the training days and time remains the same as the previous years.
“ASIO Taekwondo training venue for this year 2016 will remain at the Multipurpose Hall and the training days are Mondays and Fridays, training starts from 5pm and end at 7pm,” he said.
For new students who wish to register, you are advice to come to the Multipurpose hall during training days for registration.
Required age for registration is eight and above.
Classes for continuing students will begin this afternoon at 5pm at the Multipurpose Hall.
By BIRIAU WILSON SAENI