Belt Grading Week Details. Term 4. 2019

To go for your examination and attempt your grading you will need to
qualify and have your skills checked over by one of our team of instructors

Your 2020 Term 1 Grading 

Little Dragonflies, Little Dragons, Super Dragons & Taekwondo
Grading Examination will begin from Monday 6th April to Thursday 9th April 2020
At your normal class

Paragon Program Members Will Grade
Friday 3rd April or Sunday 5th April

To Grade You Must Have Attended 14 Classes of Experience For Taekwondo Members and 7 For Little Dragons to be able to grade
(70% Training Attendance is minimal amount to grade)

Taekwondo Students must turn up on both training nights during the grading week
for us to complete the whole grading

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To Grade You Must Have

1) A Dobok (Taekwondo Uniform), must be V-neck style not karate wrap around style,
must not have other club logo’s, badges or markings, we prefer our Taekwondo Central
or Little Dragons Logo, no coloured pants only white

Doboks can be ordered through us at the attendance book

2) Membership Paid. , form need to be filled out, OK’d and fees honoured.
See the attendance book for Membership Forms

3) Had Enough Experience To grade Little Dragons need to have trained at least 6 times,
Taekwondo Members need 13 lessons of experience to test for their belt.

4) Know Your Grading Naturally make sure you know your grading,
this will help you become successful in passing the level

5) All Class Payments Honoured

6) Fill Out Grading Envelope (If Selected to grade) Fill out the grading slip and enclose
the correct fee in an envelope to hand in.

7) Passed Grading Seminar (Part A of Grading)

8) Taekwondo Central Blue Badge Showing On Right Chest

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  1. Selina Caldwell says

    I’m very proud of my son Deakin Caldwell in his first ever grading! Deakin had only joined Taekwondo a few weeks ago and I was concerned that he wasn’t ready for grading, after hearing master Justin comment to Deakin that he doesn’t usually give nines to first time graders I was very impressed with how Deakin conducted himself. I Also don’t believe I have ever seen my son so focused and to sit up so straight the way he does for taekwondo he’s got a bright future ahead of him! And I devoted and proud mumma right behind him!

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