Reflect CKD was established by Kirsty Dickson. Kirsty started her training in Choi Kwang Do at The Cassar Academy of Choi Kwang Do in Morden where she was awarded her Chief Instructor Certification in 2010. In September 2014 she completed her school owner certification and opened Reflect CKD. Miss Dickson has been lucky enough to attend two international seminars as well as those closer to home in the UK. In May 2016 Miss Dickson took her 3rd Degree examination and has since become a Choi Kwang Do examiner.
MEET THE TEAM BEHIND REFLECT MARTIAL ARTS
Chief Instructor - School Owner
School Owner, Chief Instructor, Examiner
Assistant Instructors (Age 14+)
Storm Team (Age 12 - 14)
Black Belt Club (Age 5 - 11)
Reflect CKD has a leadership structure in place to support and inspire other students as well as helping us to run efficient and energetic classes! The standard of our leadership team is something we are all extremely proud of.
BLACK BELT CLUB
Students invited into our special Black Belt Belt Club must meet our high standards and criteria; they must attend class at least twice a week and have exceptional attendance; they must be good role models to other students and demonstrate correct martial arts’ behaviour and etiquette at all times; they must be behaving well in school, at home and in other areas of their life; they must take their training seriously and be constantly looking to improve their techniques. Our Black Belt Club Members support younger/junior students and so develop good people skills as well as learningteaching methods and approaches from an early age.
Once a student reaches 12 years of age, they can graduate from The Black Belt Club into the STORM Team. S.T.O.R.M stands for Special Team of Role Models. In this position students’ role is similar to that of a Black Belt Club member, but with a little more responsibility.
STORM team members assist with both the 3-6 and 7-11 year old classes. STORM members are invited to attend special workshops to further develop their skills, they are one step away from becoming an Assistant Instructor so begin working with the Chief Instructors to develop teaching techniques and interpersonal skills.
Once a student reaches 14 years of age, they can be invited to become an Assistant Instructor. Assistant Instructors play such an important role in Choi Kwang Do Schools; helping by running warm-ups and cool downs and assisting the Chief Instructor with specific drills and exercises.
Assistant Instructors run introductory classes for students new to the Art. For those looking for a career within Choi Kwang Do, Assistant Instructor is the first step along the instructor path.
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