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There are various options for delivering the curriculum, but the base standard option is one curriculum class per week that can possibly be given twice a week (that is the same class given twice a week to meet the needs of the students based on their schedule). Moe has experience with once a week classes and has determined from his personal experience that once a week is enough time to allow the information to marinate, digest, and practice at home with every-day drills (EDDs), making the process enjoyable, sustainable and still providing enough information and drills to keep it interesting without going too fast and overfilling the bucket. 

Another option is to have the same class twice a week, which can be done in various forms and for various reasons. For example, one class may be at the same time as the “Little Dragons” kids’ course where the parents drop the kids off but don’t necessarily go anywhere and remain for the class. It is good to give the parents the option to be meaningfully occupied in a space of your facility that is not occupied and take this fundamentals Introduction to Pistol Handling course. Therefore an instructor can teach just a 60 to 90-minute block of instruction to the parents while the little guys and gals are in another space in the dojo in the youth course.  

Another practical example is that the students take a weekend course so they have the option of getting a weekday course in the evening or the weekend course in an afternoon time block. Some students like to take the same course twice. Generally speaking, this train the trainer course is very scalable and flexible to give you options in your delivery. 

Video of Sample Class Related to This Block

The sample videos below are to help you see how this instruction is actually taught. Now, this is not the only way to instruct, but it is shown to give you an example.