Martial arts coaches are busy people and at anyone time can be spinning many plates trying to make sure non fall and break. If you are teaching classes, developing programmes, doing the marketing, handling enquiries, managing student bookings, running gradings, attending competitions, running seminars, managing your finances etc. performing administrative tasks at the end of the day is usually the last thing you want to do when you have finished everything else.
If you can leverage the power of technology and the internet, you can maximise your your time performing non coaching tasks. Choosing the best systems for you and then connecting them together should be high on your agenda if you want to run your club as in a time efficient way. These systems can help you reduce drop out, manage your finances, increase your student numbers, track new enquiries and improve communications.
The articles provided in this part of our web site will identify different systems available and explore how they could be used to help you improve the efficiency at your club. Ultimately they can help reduce the time you spend doing day to day admin while also increasing the data you have at your fingertips to help you make more informed decisions. We believe in automating tasks in your business where doing them yourself adds little value. This can then free you up more of your time for tasks that move your club forward the most.
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While you don’t ‘need’ a website for your martial arts club, having one that is optimised for search engines could provide you with a steady stream of free enquiries every month. Currently the club web site I look after receives
Review of DojoExpert martial arts management software I have worked in IT most of my life and even though i now work in the martial arts sector full time, i still find time for IT based projects. Combining my knowledge