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Frequently Asked HSP Questions Table of Contents

  1. How do I get started as a Ninja ... ?

  2. Where can I find this first DVD ... ?

  3. Why doesn't the program include all the belt level DVD's at once ... ?

  4. Who teaches this ... ?

  5. What is the cost and how does it compare to club training ... ?

  6. What qualifications do I receive ... ?



How do I get started as a Ninja ... ?

You have to join as an official member of Ninjutsu International - Ninja Kids. You can Join as a Dojo member (train at a club for 4 year olds to Adults) to be instructed by a Sensei (official teacher) or you can join online as a 'Kage Inu Ninja Kaiin' (Shadow Dog Ninja Member - online membership for 7 to Adults), you can then purchase the Ninja Kids HSP (Home Study Program) first belt level Online Video access or DVD, 'Shoshinsha' - beginners and start training.

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Where can I find this first HSP DVD ... ?

The only place to find it is here in the members section, as only official 'Kage Inu Ninja Kaiin' can purchase the HSP Online Video access or DVD.

Kaiin = member

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Why doesn't the program include all the belt levels at once ... ?

This is not pretend 'Ninja' program, it is authentic Ninjutsu and we have a responsibility to teach you properly and progressively.
We will not advance you through the belt levels if you haven't learnt the previous levels methods properly, so doing one belt level at a time and being graded is the only way to ensure you learn the art properly and become a real Martial Artist. There is no honour or skill in pretending to be a Martial Artist!

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Who teaches this ... ?

Various Ninjutsu International Instructors, all instructors on the DVD are qualified under Ninjutsu Internationals curriculum to teach authentic Ninjutsu and hold Nationally recognised Sport Coaching specialising in Martial Arts qualifications.

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What is the cost of the HSP and how does it compare to club training ... ?

Just pay the $33 annual membership fee ($55 at a dojo), the first belt level at $44 (online video) or $66 (DVD) and $33 (online video) or $55 (DVD) for all other belt levels. If you train diligently and grade every 4 months your 'training fee'  equates to approximately $15 per month . . . in a club (for a 7 - 14 year old) this would be $42 per month !    SAVE $27 per month.

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What qualifications do I receive ... ?

Our qualifications are recognized martial arts qualifications, we issue belt levels and ranks in authentic Ninjutsu. The art we study is true Budo . . . not sport martial arts, modified or made up modern martial arts !

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Students can complete a nationally recognised 'Sport (Coach) Certificate II' qualification.  This can be used towards further nationally recognised training in the Sport and Recreation field (becoming an instructor/coach) and/or students attaining their SACE in South Australia. 
See our qualifications website for details.

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