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INSTRUCTOR QUALIFICATION

Our instructor system and the Sport (Coaching) qualifications required:

Becoming an instructor in our organisation requires commencing a Sport (Coaching) course through us, it is not simply a right of 'martial arts rank' it can be commenced at Green Belt (after 160 hours minimum training time) at Sosai Gary's discretion.

Note: the instructor system is not a way to progress through the belts faster than normal, ONLY individuals with FULL commitment to our organisation and that are prepared to give their time to become a teacher for the benefit of the students (non selfish reasons) will be excepted.

A minimum set of hours is required before the 'instructor title' is offered, however the 'instructor title' is not official until the Sport (Coach) Certificate is completed.

A different fee structure exists for our instructor courses. Cost on application. Minimum age is 13 for individual units of cert II and 15 for full cert II or above.

Optional qualification available to all 13+ year old students (extra fees apply, includes 'Statement of Attainment' certificates and patches)

Nationally recognised units to formalize belt levels. Extra fee applies = $165 per unit
               
SRSMAR004A – Develop basic martial arts skills (9th – 7th kyu – with completion of 3 basic 'yellow' belts)
                SRSMAR005A
– Teach or develop the intermediate skills of martial arts (6th – 4th kyu – with completion of 3 middle 'green' belts)
                SRSMAR012A
– Teach or develop the advanced skills of martial arts (3rd – 1st kyu – with completion of 3 advanced 'brown' belts)
               
SRSMAR013A   Teach or develop the high performance skills of martial arts  (Shodan Ho – 2nd Dan – with completion of 2nd Dan black belt)

                Note: completion does not mean instructor status see our instructor qualifications below for details.

Weapons Specialist qualifications - recognised 'Statement of Attainment'

                Weapons Specialist - Shoden (basic level,
9th – 7th kyu – 3 basic 'yellow' belts)
               
SRSMAR016A
– Demonstrate knowledge of martial arts weapons legislation and community safety

                Weapons Specialist - Chuden (intermediate level, 6th – 4th kyu – 3 intermediate 'green' belts)
                SRSMAR017A   Demonstrate use of padded martial arts weapons safely

                Weapons Specialist - Okuden (advanced level, 3rd – 1st kyu – 3 advanced 'brown' belts)
                SRSMAR018A   Demonstrate use of wooden and/or blunt martial arts weapons safely

                Weapons Specialist - Meijin (master of weapons level, Shodan-ho – Yondan '4 dan' black belt)
                SRSMAR019A   Demonstrate use of steel and/or live edged martial arts weapons safely

Non Accredited courses:

                BUJIN KOSA -  DIVINE WARRIOR (Divine Warrior character course)
                Bujin Kosa (course) completed between Yellow and Brown 2 Star, demonstrates loyalty, commitment and perseverance.

                ROKU DAIJIN - 6 GREAT VIRTUES ( Divine Warrior virtues course)

                Roku Daijin (course) completed between Shodan-ho and Shodan, demonstrates Balance of Sanshin and development of Sanhimitsu.

Sempai (Senior rank student), 13 years and over. Can formally assist supervising lower ranked students. Extra fee applies = $165 per unit

                Brown Belt minimum martial arts training + 3 Units minimum from Cert II including:
           
     SRSMAR004A – Develop basic martial arts skills (9th – 7th kyu – with completion of 3 basic 'yellow' belts)
               
SRSMAR005A – Teach or develop the intermediate skills of martial arts (6th – 4th kyu – with completion of  3 middle 'green' belts)
                SRCSDF001A
– Instruct the basic skills of unarmed self defence

Other individual units required as belt advancement progresses for Sempai include: Extra fee applies = $165 per unit
               
                SRSMAR012A
– Teach or develop the advanced skills of martial arts (3rd – 1st kyu – with completion of 3 advanced 'brown' belts)
               
SRSMAR013A   Teach or develop the high performance skills of martial arts  (Shodan Ho – 2nd Dan – with completion of 2nd Dan black belt)

Instructor qualifications:  Cost on application
                Deshi (apprentice) - Cert II Sports (Coaching) Specialisation: Martial Arts SRS20306
                Joshu (assistant) - Cert III Sports (Coaching) Specialisation: Martial Arts SRS30306
                Sensei (instructor) - Cert IV Sports (Coaching) Specialisation: Martial Arts SRS40206
                Shidoshi-Ho (Under licensed instructor) - Diploma of Sports (Coaching) Specialisation: Martial Arts SRS50206
                Shidoshi (licensed instructor) - Advanced Diploma of Sport and Rec: SRO60106

Instructor titles (15+ years old)                     Note: Under 18 trainee instructors can only assist/teach under 18's

               Deshi-ho (lower apprentice) title hold Green Belt min to commence then 640 hours min of training including pre green belt training and
               Cert 2 Sport (coach) completion to officially qualify as a ‘Deshi’
 

               Joshu-ho (lower assistant) title hold 2nd kyu (Brown 1 Star) min to commence then an extra 160 hours min of training (800 hours total)
               and Cert 3 Sport (coach) completion to officially qualify as a ‘Joshu’

               If the student is deemed not suitable for full instructor status or does not wish to be anything other than an assistant in a dojo if a position
               is available and/or offered then further belt levels may still be achieved without going on to be a Sport (coach) Cert IV qualified instructor.


               Sensei-ho
(lower instructor) title hold Shodan-ho min to commence then an extra 240 hours min of training (1040 total hours) and
               Cert 4 Sport (coach) completion to officially qualify as a Shodan ‘Sensei’

 

               Note: any ‘title’ used while studying ‘Sport (coach)’ is not official until fully qualified e.g. Belt level and Sport (coach) qualification both completed.

As of Sept 1st 2009 the following Sport (coach) qualifications will only be offered as part of our franchise packages. 

                Shidoshi-Ho
('under' licensed instructor) = Black Belt Nidan (2nd Dan black belt) min to commence + Diploma completion.

                Shidoshi (licensed instructor) = Godan (5th Dan black belt) to commence + Advanced Diploma completion.

                Shihan (Master) = Hachidan (8th Dan+ black belt).

Along with many Sport (Coaching) units the following 'specialisation in martial arts' units, specifically Jujutsu and/or Ninjutsu, are included:
SRSMAR001A   Develop knowledge of the martial arts industry
SRSMAR002A   Collect fundamental information on the philosophy and foundations of the martial arts industry
SRSMAR003A   Collect information on the philosophy and foundations of the martial arts industry
SRSMAR004A   Teach or develop the basic skills of martial arts
(offered in our 13+ curriculum for all students)
SRSMAR005A   Teach or develop the intermediate skills of martial arts
(offered in our 13+ curriculum for all students)
SRSMAR009A   Teach or develop the intermediate skills of Jujutsu, and/or
SRSMAR011A   Teach or develop the intermediate skills of Ninjutsu
SRSMAR012A   Teach or develop the advanced skills of martial arts
(offered in our 13+ curriculum for all students)
SRSMAR013A   Teach or develop the high performance skills of martial arts
(offered in our 13+ curriculum for all students)
SRSMAR014A   Prepare and customize planning for a high performance martial arts participant
SRSMAR015A   Design a long term training plan for a high performance martial arts participant
SRSMAR016A   Demonstrate knowledge of martial arts weapons legislation and community safety
(offered in our 13+ curriculum to all students)
SRSMAR017A   Demonstrate use of padded martial arts weapons safely
(offered in our 13+ curriculum to all students)
SRSMAR018A   Demonstrate use of wooden and/or blunt martial arts weapons safely
(offered in our 13+ curriculum to all students)
SRSMAR019A   Demonstrate use of steel and/or live edged martial arts weapons safely
(offered in our 13+ curriculum to all students)

All Nationally recognised qualifications training is available for our members only (we do not offer qualifications for other arts, organisations or individuals)
All Nationally recognised qualifications training delivered in association with a REGISTERED TRAINING ORGANISATION
All Nationally recognised qualifications issued by a REGISTERED TRAINING ORGANISATION


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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