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*All certifications can be terminated upon the decision of Master-Mike Omerbegovich, KCAF Instructors or a KCAF Board member for any  reason they feel a student dishonors the KCAF (That includes complainers!).....

*Students are not permitted to use a logo/symbol produced by the KCAF unless he/she is registered as a KCAF Charter member!

*There are no refunds or exchanges for any KCAF course or service!

*Always refer to a KCAF Instructor/Board Member by their title (Ex. Sensei, Master etc).

*ALL Korean Martial Arts 1st Dan Black Belt Representatives must have their students become a KCAF student member, visit the "Testing" section for membership fees!

 *ALL  1ST Dan Black Belt Instructors must send  a video test for each student you rank!

*Cho Dan Bo Black Belts are only authorized to teach classes!

*1st Dan Black Belts are authorized to certify their students up to their rank!