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Where must an karate instructor spend three years training?

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You don't need to go to a special school to become a Karate Instructor. Most intructors are picked from the school they train at and instead of just practising there they become instructors too. General the higher ranking students will be picked since their knowledge is greater. You will generaly become an assistant and as you gain more experience you'll start to run drills and start to run classes. Their are other programs that help you though like Black Belt Camp. A "camp" that teachs proper tecnique that will help you greatly with your teaching ability.

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