TABIMINA SYSTEM ORGANIZATIONAL POLICIES AND GUIDELINES

This Organizational Policies and Guidelines were created to:

1.  Oversee the growth of the organization.
2.  Maintain strict quality control.
3.  To ensure that the certified feeders will hand down the teachings of Tabimina System, according to the curriculum that was taught to them.

 

MEMBERSHIP:

All members of the Tabimina System Organization will be required to pay an annual membership fee of $50 through online process from our website. This membership fee will allow the members to:

1.  Become a full pledged member of Tabimina System with their corresponding designations.
2.  Be able to train in the facility of his/her current location.
3.  Gain access to private sessions with a certified feeder.
4.  Train on any Tabimina System facility in different countries.

We would like to emphasize that the Level 1 teaching of Tabimina System is open to ALL. This means that every person who wishes to learn the Tabimina System, regardless of his or her background, will be allowed to train and avoid discrimination.

All members who have failed to pay the membership fee will not be allowed to train.

 

CHAPTER HEAD OF TABIMINA SYSTEM:

The Chapter Head of the Tabimina System was hand picked by the Tabimina System Board of Members based on certain criteria and attributes but with emphasis on loyalty and skill level.

The Chapter Head’s obligations are the following:

1.  Oversee the growth and development of the area he/she is assigned.
2.  Develop Certified Feeders, Apprentice Feeders and student’s skill levels.
3.  Enforce strict adherence to the organizational policies and guidelines.
4.  Has the authority to remove any member in his designated area that fails to comply with the organizational policies and guidelines.
5.  Must ensure that certified feeders and apprentice feeders are updated and current with the yearly certification by the Quality Control Committee by either attending the Annual Gathering of the Wolves or by having a Master level or Grandmaster level come to their area of designation.
6.  Ensure that all members must pay the membership fee.

 

CERTIFIED FEEDERS:

The certified feeders are the individuals who have passed and meet the requirements with the approval of the Quality Control Committee. These individuals must know how to teach the olisi, dulo-dulo, boxing, barehands and dumog.  Each certified feeders will be assigned a corresponding rank according to their skill level.

The certified feeder’s obligations are the following:

1.  Follow the Chapter Head’s Lead and Commands.
2.  Develop Apprentice Feeders and student’s skill level.
3.  Authorized to do private sessions with a student.
4.  Required to have at least a minimum of 2 Apprentice feeders under his tutelage.
5.  Must be updated with their yearly certification.

 

APPRENTICE FEEDERS:

The apprentice feeders are the individuals who have the potential of becoming a certified feeder. The apprentice feeder’s obligations are the following:

1.  Follow the Chapter Head and Certified Feeder’s instructions.
2.  Required to have at least a minimum of 2 students under his tutelage.
3.  Must be updated with their yearly certification.

 

STUDENTS:

These are the rules and regulations that the student must adhere:

1.  Must pay the annual membership fee.
2.  Must adhere to their local policies and guidelines.
3.  Conduct appropriate behavior at all times, showing utmost respect to the apprentice feeders, certified feeders, Masters and Grandmaster.

HOW TO BECOME AN APPRENTICE AND CERTIFIED FEEDER:

Grandmaster Bobby Tabimina will be responsible for all the promotions and ranks as approved by the Quality Control Committee.  Each candidate for certified feeders must spend a minimum of 10 hours with Grandmaster Bobby Tabimina to allow proper installation of motor skills required to become a full pledged certified feeder according to Grandmaster Bobby Tabimina’s standards or what he calls Station A Stimulus.  It is up to the candidate how he will acquire the required number of hours of training with the Grandmaster.   The standard procedures are as follows:

1.  Certified Feeders will recommend a student who has the potential to become an apprentice feeder.
2.  The Chapter Head must check the student through private sessions and must agree to the Certified Feeder’s recommendation.
3.  Once approval has been acquired from the Chapter Head, the student must then acquire the certification by training with Quality Control Committee by attending the Annual Gathering of the Wolves.
4.  The student must pass the certification, which will be implemented, at the end of the Annual Gathering of the Wolves.  The student can ONLY be promoted during the Annual Gathering of the Wolves.

 

RE-CERTIFICATIONS:

Chapter Heads, Certified Feeders and Apprentice Feeders must undergo a yearly re-certification. They can only be re-certified by either attending the Annual Gathering of the Wolves re-certification program or by having a Master Level or a Grandmaster Level come to their area of designation.

 

REQUESTING FOR SEMINARS:

All members or non-members who would request for a seminar should submit a letter of intent to Master Flint Tabimina and copy furnished to Grandmaster Bobby Tabimina. Our Grandmaster should know all the activities governing the organization.

 

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF TABIMINA SYSTEM

Grandmaster

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Masters

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Certified Feeder Level 5

(The First Will be the Last the Last Will be the First)

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Certified Feeder Level 4

(Deception)

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Certified Feeder Level 3

(Fighter Level)

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Certified Feeder Level 2

(Offense)

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Certified Feeder Level 1

(Defense)

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Apprentice Feeder

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Level II Student

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Level I Student