The March 2021 Tiny Tiger, Junior and Adult Grading dates have now been confirmed as Saturday 13th March and Sunday 14th March 2021.

Please remember pre-booking is required for ALL Gradings.

Booking Deadlines:

Saturday 13th March – Zoom Online Gradings
Booking Deadline 11:30pm Wednesday 10th March 2021

Sunday 14th March – Zoom Online Gradings
Booking Deadline 11:30pm Wednesday 10th March 2021

Grading Criteria

Tiny Tigers

White to Red T Shirt – 10 Lessons (No minimum time period)
Red to Orange T Shirt – 12 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Orange to Yellow T Shirt – 12 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Yellow to Green T Shirt – 12 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Green to Purple T Shirt – 12 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Purple to Brown T Shirt – 12 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Brown to Black T Shirt – 24 Lessons including a minimum of 7 Junior lessons (3 month minimum time period)

Junior / Adult Karate

White to Red Belt – 10 Lessons (No minimum time period)
Red to Orange Belt – 12 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Orange to Yellow Belt – 16 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Yellow to Green Belt – 16 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Green to Purple Belt – 24 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Purple to Purple and White Belt – 24 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Purple and White to Brown Belt – 24 Lessons (3 month minimum time period)
Brown to Brown and White Belt – 48 Lessons (6 month minimum time period)
Brown and White to Brown and Double White Belt – 48 Lessons (6 month minimum time period)

Please ensure you will reach the minimum grading requirements. Remember, you can visit the ESKA Members Area to check previous grading dates and how many lessons you have attended.

There is not a requirement to have your Kihon, Kata or Kumite elements signed off on your training card for this grading. Your instructor will advise if they feel you are eligible to grade. Each lesson you attend is recorded electronically after each class.

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