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Author Topic: What Does It Cost?  (Read 11727 times)

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What Does It Cost?
« on: June 02, 2006, 10:43:50 AM »

What Does It Cost?

Each weekend seminar is about $189 to $225 (depends on country and expenses)
Each 4-day camp is about $300 to $450 (depends on country and expenses)

Each "end user" rank level test, per course is $75.
Each rank level instructorship is $150 (after every 3 levels)
Each level 10 and up "Black Belt" test is $500.

Each accumulated hand, stick, knife and gun collective CQC Group accomplishment/rank is free, as they are accumulated and awarded by finishing work in the four hand, stick, knife and gun individual courses. (Only I can award CQC Group rank, in person and after one completes an official CQC Group Camp)

Each CQC Group level instructorship is free, as they are accumulated and awarded by finishing work in each of the four hand, stick, knife and gun individual courses. (Only I can award CQC Group rank and instructorships, in person.

No annual dues.
No monthly dues.
No per-student dues.
Instructors keep all their money they earn teaching.
No "other shoe" will ever drop on them.
Instructors who promote their people are paid to do so - deals and details SFC instructors know.

Hock

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Re: What Does It Cost?
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2006, 02:11:31 PM »

"if I become an instructor? How much must I tithe a month to the SFC?

Nothing. You keep all your money that you make.

I have been in the martial arts for decades and I have been screwed for money for decades. My plan was to create an organization that bolsters an instructor, not sucks the life blood out of him.

Its tough out there, and even to make the electric bill can get scary.

I just ask that you come see me at least once a year. And we understand emergencies...
A sick kid? An emergency.
Painting the back porch? NOT an emergency.
Nor is laziness,
Nor is unfocused-ness
Nor is a lack of discipline.

Hock
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VicMackey

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Re: What Does It Cost?
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2011, 06:01:17 PM »

It never ceases to amaze me how much others would spend for a fancy car, luxury house, beautiful vacation, high speed computer, big screen TV, expensive video games, etc. yet not willing to spend some money on an effective self-defense program or a high quality firearm that may save their life someday. I guess we all have our priorities in life and we get what we pay for.
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