British Kapap was formed by Adrian Valman and two police officers from the UK after meeting and training together on a self defence course.
We became members of the British Combat Association and also organised a seminar for the PFOA (Police Firearms Officers Association).
British Kapap had grown from a small group to expanding across Europe. Many changes had to be made to deal with the sudden growth.
We started travelling across Europe and began working with some large organisations cross teaching our systems of self defence.
British Kapap became truly International, with instructors and representatives in Europe and beyond. BKA is now across several countries in Europe and still expanding. We are now working together with the WKMF and FKMI to expand Kapap and Krav Maga even further.
British Kapap formed a Network in 2013, this was called 'Global Kapap' this network has spread across Europe and beyond, opening the door for many other organisations to work with us, cross teaching and forming a family, a brotherhood of teachers and students working together for the same goal.
British Kapap has been operating for 5 years across Europe and the UK and is going to the Far East, Indonesia in January 2015, to open it's first Kapap Club in Asia. British Kapap is joining in a brotherhood co-operation with Avi Nadia the Founder of Modern Kapap. We will also be working inside the UK to promote Kapap.