IMAC Martial Arts Ireland is a National Governing Body for Martial Arts in Ireland. IMAC is a multi-disciplinary martial arts body and currently represents martial arts clubs throughout the 32 counties of Ireland.
Mayo: Kiltimagh, Co Mayo
Sunday 3rd July 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm.
Safeguarding 2 (Children’s officer Training)
Dublin: Greenside House, 45 Cuffe St, Dublin 2
Saturday 2nd July 10.00 pm - 1.00 pm.
Safeguarding 1 (Code Of Ethics)
Saturday 2nd July 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm.
Safeguarding 2 (Children’s Officer Training)
IMAC is inviting nominations for the 2015 IMAC Volunteer Ambassador Awards.
Each nominee should be someone who captures the spirit of Volunteering upon which much of the Irish Martial Arts community is built and sustained. They should be someone who’s contribution to the development of Martial Arts has had a significant impact upon their community, their club, their Art or Martial Arts in general on a regional or national level.
IMAC Instructor's Photographic Identity Card
A new photographic credit-card sized IMAC Instructors Identity Card is now available free of charge.
Any IMAC registered instructor who is fully compliant with all IMAC membership requirements (including Garda Vetting & Code of Ethics) may be issued with an IMAC Photographic ID Card Valid for 5 years.
The IMAC ID card will remain the property of IMAC and must be surrendered to IMAC if at any time your IMAC membership ceases or if requested to do so by the IMAC Executive or by the designated IMAC NGB of the Martial Arts System to which you are affiliated.