He held the position of head of national coaches for the Aikikai of Great Britain, now the British Aikido Federation, from 1973 until his resignation in 1986, when he formed the United Kingdom Aikikai.
What does UKA stand for?
UKA stands for United Kingdom Aikikai (est. 1989; UK)
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We have 14 other meanings of UKA in our Acronym Attic
- United Kingdom Childhood Leukaemia Working Party (UK; now Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group)
- United Kingdom Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
- United Kingdom Maritime Search & Rescue Committee
- United Kingdom Public General Acts (UK Parliament)
- United Kingdom and Ireland
- United Kingdom-Disaster Monitoring Constellation
- United Kingdom Department of Trade and Industry
- United Kingdom Nuclear Installation Inspectorate
- United Kingdom/Netherlands Amphibious Force
- Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty
- United Kingdom Alliance of Professional Teachers of Dance
- United Kingdom Athletics
- United Klans of America (name of the Ku Klux Klan during civil rights era)
- Universe Kogaku America (Oyster Bay, NY)
- Uniwersytecka Komisja Akredytacyjna (Polish: University Accreditation Commission; Poland)
- Upper Keys Athletic Association (Florida)
- UK Airprox Board (United Kingdom)
- United Kingdom Awarding Body
- United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum
- United Kingdom Association of Braille Producers
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fifth dan black belt Tom Moss, who is chief instructor at the Phoenix Aikido club in Broad Lane and has trained in the art since the early 1960s, invited Birmingham-based sixth dan William Smith - chief instructor of United Kingdom Aikikai and one of its founder members - to the one-day course which attracted 120 enthusiasts.