FAQ

1)      Is there any minimum age to join in Karate class?

         A minimum age of 4 years can join in Karate class, if say 5 years is better to learn and understand the lessons properly.

2)      Is there any upper age limit to study Karate?

        There is no upper age limit, only need the willingness to practice Karate and the required physical condition without any permanent disability.

3)     What is the medium of instruction?

         Mainly English and Japanese words and counts also using as a part of the syllabus.

4)      Which style of Karate is following by Winner Karate Club?

         Winner Karate Club is following ‘Shotokan’  style of Karate and affiliated to “Kanninjuku International Shotokan Karate Do Organization – Japan”

5)      Is the Winner Karate Club is approved by any Govt. authorities?

         Yes, Winner Karate Club is approved by ‘UAE General Authority of Youth and Sports Welfare’ and affiliated to ‘UAE Karate Federation’.

6)      How is the grading system following by Winner Karate Club?

         Normally the syllabus for grading is for 3 months for each grade. This may vary according to the student’s performance and learning ability.

7)      How long it will take to get a Black Belt degree?

         An average student takes 2 to 3 years of regular training to appear for the black belt test.  This may reduce according to the student’s performance and learning ability.

8)      What is the order of Belt system in Kanninjuku Shotokan Karate?

         White, Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Purple, Brown-IV, Brown-III, Brown-II, Brown-I, Black Belt 1st  Dan (After Black Belt 1st Dan There are Black Belt 2nd Dan , 3rd Dan etc…)

9)      Is there any option to avail discount in the fees?

        There are different fees structures with the discount up to 40%. For details you can download the fees and class schedule from the download field.

10)   Does the Club have the transportation facility?

        Yes, Winner Karate Club has the transportation facility. Those who required can avail this facility.

11)   Is there any chance for physical injury while practicing?

        As it is there in any other sports, Karate is not an exemption.

12)   A karate student can join any other classes like Kungfu, Kobudo etc… conducting by Winner Karate Club?

        Yes, a Karate student can join any other classes like Kungfu, Kobudo, Kick Boxing etc… with a minimum fees and vice versa. For details you can download the fees and class schedule from the download field.