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IKD-Karate Technical Degrees

– From 10 Kyu to 1 Kyu – pupil’s karate degrees

– From 1 Dan to 10 Dan – masterly degrees

The degrees from 10 Kyu to 5 Dan are given, if one pass technical exam according to IKD test program.

For the degrees 2 Dan and higher there is an age limitation – 17 and older.

Between the exams for Kyu degree should pass not least than 3 months of training.

For 1 Dan and higher degrees time limitations are different:

1 Dan – not earlier, then in a year, after 1 Kyu degree receiving;

2 Dan – not earlier, then in 2 years, after 1 Dan degree receiving;

3 Dan – not earlier, then in 3 years, after 2 Dan degree receiving;

4 Dan – not earlier, then in 4 years, after 3 Dan degree receiving;

5 Dan – not earlier, then in 5 years, after 4 Dan degree receiving.

6-10 Dan degrees are conferred for considerable achievements in karate, technical and methodical improvements, and karate popularization all over the world.

The rights to technical exam conducting for Kyu degree have the members of Technical Directorate of International Karate Daigaku (IKD) (the experts of the international D-category and higher). According to the exam results the Diploma of fixed international standard with the signature of IKD General Director & Chief Instructor of International Karate Daigaku and Examiner is given.

Commission consisting of 3 international degree experts has the right to conduct technical exam for Dan degree. Demands for expert’s degrees in different Dan degrees are different and determining by International Karate Daigaku Expert Committee. The Diploma of fixed international standard with the signature of International Karate Daigaku President and Examiner are given, according to the exam results.

Conducting of the exam and handing the Dan degree Diploma at the national level is not allowed.

Instructor’s Categories

Instructors receiving the categories D, C, B, A, in accordance with the results of special international exam. Availability of these categories gives the right to conduct instructor’s activities and seminars at the international level. The categories of instructors are given by International Karate Daigaku Expert Committee.

Demands for exam admittance are as follows:

D-category – 3 Dan not least then a year;

C-category – 4 Dan not least then a year, the D-category instructor;

B-category – 5 Dan not least then a year, the C-category instructor;

A-category – 6 Dan not least then a year, the B-category instructor

Expert’s Categories

Instructors receiving the expert’s categories D, C, B, A, in accordance with the results of special international exam. Availability of such categories gives the right to conduct exams for Kyu / Dan technical degrees:

D-category – certification right to Kyu degree;

C-category – certification right till 1 Dan inclusively;

B-category – certification right till 4 Dan inclusively;

A-category – certification right till 6 Dan inclusively;

The expert categories are given by International Karate Daigaku Expert Committee. The International Certificate is given.

Demands for exam admittance are as follows:

D-category – D-category instructor, not least then a year;

C-category – C-category instructor, not least then a year;

B-category – B-category instructor, not least then a year;

A-category – A-category instructor, not least then a year

Referee’s Categories

According to the experience of judicial work and results of special exam, referees receiving the following categories:

Regional, national, international D, C, B, A. Availability of these categories gives the judging right of different level competitions.

Regional and national categories are given by the Chairman of Referees Board of International Karate Daigaku Australia. The National Certificate is given.

International categories are given by International Karate Daigaku Expert Committee. The International Certificate is given.

Demands for these categories are as follows:

Regional Category – judging experience, not least then a year;

National Category – judging experience, not least then 3 years;

International D-category – 3 Dan;

International C-category – 4 Dan, D-category, not least then 3 years;

International B-category – 5 Dan, C-category, not least then 5 years;

International A-category – 6 Dan, B-category, not least then 6 years

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