Rules of the Dojang

THE INSTRUCTOR HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE INSTRUCTION TO ANY INDIVIDUAL AT HIS/HER DISCRETION.

  1. Bow to your Instructor and when entering and leaving the dojang (training area). This is to show your respect and to symbolise your modesty.
  2. Do not enter or leave the lesson without permission from your instructor.
  3. All students should be courteous and understanding. Senior students are expected to set a good example to new students.
  4. Loud conversation, laughing in excess and chewing gum have no place in a Tae Kwon-Do school.
  5. Your dobok (uniform) must be clean and tidy at all times.
  6. Any substitute Instructor should be treated as your regular Instructor.
  7. Do not demonstrate or teach Tae Kwon-Do without the approval/permission of your Instructor.
  8. Do not engage in any activity that is against the five tenets of Tae Kwon-Do, or that may harm the reputation of your school.
  9. You must train with your Instructor at your registered school on a regular basis.
  10. You must hand your licence book into your Instructor prior to each grading.