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Welcome To Martial Arts Industry Association

The Martial Arts Industry Association Limited (MAIA) is the Peak Industry Body for Martial Arts in Australia.

The MAIA acts as the representative body for the collective interests of the martial arts to the Federal, State and Territory Governments, the general community and the media.

The combined strength and experience of our members enables MAIA to provide an effective forum for:

  • Lobbying/advocacy on behalf of the industry
  • Representation of member interests
  • Education on a wide range of topics
  • Networking and liaison between members
  • Networking to the wider martial arts community


LATEST NEWS:

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HOLIDAY BREAK

Our last day for the year will be the 23rd of December, we will reopen on  the 27th of January.     A safe and happy holiday to all!  

Read More » | Date: Dec 23, 2015

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Wing Chun Queensland Presents Dolph Lundgren

Here is a rare and unique opportunity to come and meet and do some training with Hollywood Action star and Martial Artist Dolph Lundgren.

Read More » | Date: Apr 08, 2015

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MAIA REAFFIRMS ITS BAN ON VICTORIAN ISSUED QUALIFICATIONS

On 1 July 2011 the MAIA issued a ban on the acceptance of any qualification issued by a Victorian RTO (Registered Training Organisation). http://maia.com.au/2011/07/04/maia-discontinues-recognition-of-victorian-issued-qualifications/ This matter was recently reviewed by MAIA National President Walt Missingham. Walt has advised that the ban will continue, he commented: “the situation has not improved since our original ban in [...]

Read More » | Date: Feb 23, 2015

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HOLIDAY BREAK

Our last day for the year will be the 19th of December, we will reopen on  the 27th of January.   A safe and happy holiday to all!  

Read More » | Date: Dec 10, 2014

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MARTIAL ARTS SCAMMERS IDENTIFIED

The MAIA has commenced a program of liaison with the various State Fair Trading Offices together with key media outlets to both publicise and deal with ‘Scams and Fraudulent Behaviour’ within the martial arts industry.   The MAIA has identified the ‘Top 8′ scams on its website. Check them out at http://maia.com.au/martial-arts-scams   Report a scam by [...]

Read More » | Date: Mar 21, 2014