It is important for the Instructor to watch facial expressions in order to determine a change in a students temperament.
A Chief Instructor must hold the rank of at least 3rd Dan.
The jury at a tournament using WT rules can “overrule” all other officials.
A “special class” is a session when a specific item is taught during the entire time period.
While teaching Poomse, the Instructor should remain in one position at all times so that he does not distract the students.
Body language is the “key” to reading the overall attitude of an adult class session.
A person must be a 4th Dan before qualifying for “International Referee Certification”.
An Instructor should never teach more than two “special class sessions” consecutively without having a Six Part Formal Class.
A person does not automatically become an Instructor after being awarded a Black Belt.
An Associate Instructor has the authority to open his own school or club.
The author of our textbook gives a total of twelve rules on “how to win in forms and sparring” when entering a tournament.
To qualify for the position as a USCDKA Instructor, a student must first attend special seminars and training sessions prior to testing for 1st Dan.
If an injury occurs during class, it would be wise for the Instructor to close the class and dismiss the students rapidly.
A student can become a Master after six years of training.
A Black Belt must register with the USCDKA Headquarters every 2 years.