The colour of each row indicates the type of belt worn by someone who has achieved that level ('gup') - beginning at white and moving through yellow, green, blue, then red, and finally black. Figures in brackets  indicate the number of individual techniques making up a particular block. The original Korean terms are used where there is no concise English translation - see the glossary for more information.
Please read the brief notes on how to use the syllabus before attempting to copy any of the techniques you see described.
breakfalls  from lying
|breathing exercises ||front, roundhouse, side and crescent kicks off rear foot||elbow|
|9||10-step patterns ,
breakfalls  from standing
|`soft' and `hard' style punching||hook, knee (front and round), outside-round, instep kicks off rear foot||punch|
|basic wrist escapes ||front kick|
flip and jumping breakfalls
|basic throwing techniques ||combination kicking,
jumping break-fall sequence
|wrist escapes ,
cross-wrist escapes 
|5||sa-jang pattern||clothing escapes ||front plus roundhouse kicks|
ki cho hyung
|vital-point kicking ,
vital-point hand strikes,
throwing techniques 
|stepping kicks||double (low, high) side kick|
cho gup hyung
|advanced wrist techniques ,
advanced clothing techniques 
|2||chil-jang pattern, jung gup hyung||hold escapes ,
rear escapes 
|jumping/flying kicks||side plus hook kicks|
go gup hyung
|joint locking ,
judo defences ,
advanced throws 
|step-spinning back kick|
|dae gup hyung||spinning wheel kick|
In addition to these specific grading aspects, training also involves striking, stretching, bag-work, floor techniques, sparring, pure self-defence and aim to educate everyone in the underlying biomechanics involved. Plus of course, we organize various events and occasionally even photograph them for the club history.
In addition to having expertise at the techniques listed above, a candidate for black-belt must have accumulated significant teaching experience (including instructors certification) and have knowledge of the principals underlying SulKiDo.
Note that, since gradings are conducted externally, an additional fee is charged by the National governing body.