IIC #138 Update

International Instructor Course 138: IIC 138

On February 9, 10 2019 Master Rod Johnson from Jon Sun’s Taekwon-Do in Vancouver hosted IIC 138. 133 participants including 14 Masters and 4 members of ITF Australia enjoyed a full two day seminar with ITF technical committee members Grand Master Hector Marano chairman, Grand Master Ung Kim Lam, Grand Master Pierre Laquerre and special guest instructor Master Clint Norman, President of the Canadian Taekwon-Do Federation International. The seminar took place in the terrific Sheraton Marriot Vancouver Airport Hotel.

IIC 138 covered the many parts of ITF Taekwon-Do including fundamental techniques, all patterns, step sparring, free sparring, self defense techniques and self-defence stress management skills as a well as an intense introduction to anaerobic training for maximum performance. The Grand Masters knowledge was remarkable and well…humbling. Throughout the event they consistently welcomed questions and answered all with clarity and respect. Their joy and enthusiasm for instructing was evident and very inspiring. It was a great weekend.

Here are several testimonials for IIC 138:

“What a well run and superbly organized IIC. As was to be expected the Grand Masters and Masters gave their very best for the students. It really was a memorable IIC”.

“I had an absolutely amazing weekend.  We are so lucky to have opportunities like this to spend time with inspiring and dedicated instructors.  Thank you so much to the Grand Masters and Masters for so openly sharing their vast knowledge”.

“The IIC was well worth the travel from Australia – the training was rich and precise, and we all came away with a lot to work on and pass on to our students. Canadians are great hosts, we were made to feel very welcome ;)”.

“This was my 1st IIC I’ve attended, and I just want to say a huge thank you, this weekend was one I’ll never forget”.

“We joined the ITF a short time ago and attended our first IIC in Vancouver. Everyone was extremely warm and welcoming. The event was both professional and fun! We learned a lot over the past two days from the amazing ITF Technical committee. Their expertise was beyond compare and their approachability proved they really wanted to help coach and guide us”.