The Queensland Kendo Renmei Incorporated guides the development of Kendo, Iaido and Jodo activities in Queensland.
This site contains information for members and interested guests to assist in the furtherment of these arts.
QKR good sports policy
The QKR Good Sports Policy can be downloaded here.
Get Started Vouchers are now FairPlay Vouchers. QKR members aged between 5 and 17 maybe be eligible to apply for a voucher valued up to $150 to go towards club membership and training. Round 4 applications open on 20 January 2021.
Find out about FairPlay voucher
Apply for FairPlay Voucher
There QKR complies with the requirements of the AKR Grading system. There are three key references to our grading system for each art:
1. The Standard Rules for Dan and Kyu Examinations - AKR Manual of Documents Section 1, clause 1.5.3
2A. The Kendo Grading System - AKR Manual of Documents, Section 2, clause 2.3
2B. The Iaido Grading System - AKR Manual of Documents, Section 3, clause 3.3
2C The Jodo Grading System - AKR Manual of Documents, Section 4, clause 4.3
3. The Grading Application Form - AKR Grading Application Form
4. Overseas Grading Requirements - Apply to be examined overseas
The seminar program comprises two primary seminars each year. These will represent a Winter and a Summer program. The Winter event will be held in June/July and the Summer event will be held in the second weekend in December each year. Grades will be offered at both kyu and dan levels.
The QKR will provide instruction in all three arts depending upon attendance at these events. The QKR may provide a travel allowance based on distance from the venue and participation from all members.
From time to time, special training may be available with specific visiting Sensei and groups. All such events will be posted in the QKR Calendar.
Click here for details of the upcoming seminars and special training.