The traditional Taekwon-Do syllabus is taught to all students aged 10 years and above with just a few variations for the younger students.
Students between the ages of 10 to 11 years (known as "Peewee's") learn the full traditional syllabus with the exception of "Set Sparring" and "Destruction" (power breaking techniques).
12 to 16 years old (juniors) learn the full syllabus excluding "Destruction" (which is only taught to adults).
Adult students (17 years and above) learn the full GTUK traditional Taekwon-Do syllabus. The syllabus contains all aspects of traditional Taekwon-Do including traditional patterns, set sparring, self-defence techniques, semi-contact sparring (with safety equipment) and destruction (power breaking techniques).
Grading tests are taken every 3 months up to blue belt and then every 6 months as the standards and techniques become more demanding and technical.