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Doce Pares Australia Level 1 Instructor Course

Reservoir, VIC

Subject: Martial Arts

Doce Pares Australia Level 1 Instructor Courses are for participants already holding Instructor levels in any recognised Martial Art and can be conducted in a variety of commitment formats.

The Level 1 course consists of a total of 12 hours of concentrated instructional training which can be conducted in group format or individual structured sessions conducted at the Doce Pares Australia Headquarters in Victoria or anywhere in Australia or New Zealand.

Included in the Course are: rattan sticks, course curriculum and training video. Successful participants receive certification...

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Doce Pares Australia Level 1 Instructor Courses are for participants already holding Instructor levels in any recognised Martial Art and can be conducted in a variety of commitment formats.

The Level 1 course consists of a total of 12 hours of concentrated instructional training which can be conducted in group format or individual structured sessions conducted at the Doce Pares Australia Headquarters in Victoria or anywhere in Australia or New Zealand.

Included in the Course are: rattan sticks, course curriculum and training video. Successful participants receive certification as Doce Pares Australia Level 1 Instructors, ID card and uniform.

Should Level 1 instructors wish to conduct classes in Doce Pares, they would need to register as an Instructor with Doce Pares Australia. Doce Pares Club Instructors reflect their professionalism with First Aid Qualifications, Public and Profession Liability Insurance and Police Checks in place as compulsory.

Club Instructors also receive an appropriate discount on martial arts equipment. This includes all training equipment necessary for the training of Filipino Martial Arts, WEKAF Armour,Uniforms, Certification, Training Videos and Books.

Ongoing regular weekend Training Days are available for instructor training, allowing for the progression through the four Doce Pares Australia Instructor levels, eventually leading to Doce Pares International accreditation.

Qualified Doce Pares Australia Instructors tap into the Doce Pares Multi-Styles Curriculum of Grandmaster Diony CaƱete for advancing their Filipino Martial Arts skills.

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When

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Where

1st/734 Plenty Rd
Reservoir, VIC 3073

Skill level

Beginner

 

The teachers

"Filipino Weaponry Self Defense -
More Than Sticks & Daggers"

The foundations for the Doce Pares International...

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"Filipino Weaponry Self Defense -
More Than Sticks & Daggers"

The foundations for the Doce Pares International Australia System of Filipino Martial Arts were originally set back in November 1996, in Melbourne, Victoria. This came through the initial contact and expertise of the 5th Degree Doce Pares representative at the time.

April 2000 saw the direct affiliation of the Doce Pares International Australia by Peter Shannon under the guidance of Grandmaster Dionisio A. Canete of Doce Pares Inc, Cebu, Philippines.

A series of training trips to the Philippines have seen the family ties strengthen, with representation at World Championship level and active support at the 70th & 71st Anniversary Celebrations for Doce Pares International in 2002 & 2003 in the Philippines, with the most recent training trip being in July 2005 which had the trip members training daily at the Doce Pares Headquarters in Cebu with GM Diony Canete and senior instructors.

The Doce Pares Australia Group throughout the Australasian Region is teaching the current Doce Pares Multi-styles International Curriculum of Eskrima Kali Arnis as per GM Diony Canete's instruction, including the recently formalised 12 Doce Pares Traditional Forms personally presented to Chief Instructor Peter Shannon at the Doce Pares 70th Anniversary in DVD format and reinforced during the recent training stint in the Philippines.

This direct contact establishes the Group as one of the most up-to-date Doce Pares affiliates in the World at this time.

The System incorporates Single and Double Stick, Staff, Palm Stick and Dagger training, plus Competition Stick Fighting Tournament applications.

The Empty Hand side of the Art includes: Close Quarter trapping, Sensitivity and Contactive Reflex training, plus Joint Locking, Groundwork and Controlling applications.

The system is designed to be integrated by all Instructors and Students from any Martial Arts background, without compromising any of their previous training or affiliations.

Stated simply, the Doce Pares Australia System provides the practioner with the right attitudes and habits to prepare them to develop skills and achieve the desired change. The aims are to ingrain the traits of being responsible, tolerant and adaptive to change, in terms of skill, attitude and knowledge.

Training:

Filipino Martial Arts are usually considered to have 12 areas of training:

1. Single Stick or Long Blade

2. Double Stick or Blade

3. Single Dagger

4. Double Dagger

5. Stick & Dagger or Sword & Dagger

6. Palm Stick or Double Ended Dagger

7. Empty Hand (Punching/Kicking/Grappling)

8. Spear or Staff (Long 2 Handed Weapons)

9. Flexible Weapons (Whip/Belt)

10. Throwing or Missile Weapons

11. Projectile Weapons (Bows/Blowguns)

12. Spiritual & Healing Arts

Generally, few styles if any will teach all 12 areas, with most teaching around three to nine areas within their curriculums. The Doce Pares formwork, Sayaw, encompases many of these aspects.

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Offered through

Doce Pares Australia