How can I become an IUF level-certifier?

My friends and I have just started a uni club. We have ridden for over 20 years
each. Now that we have gotten serious about the club and our own skills, we’d
like to be able to certify the members of our own club, which will soon number,
we think, over 30 members. What does this involve?

Right now I am walking-the-wheel away from level 6 – that is, once I can w the
w, I can pass everything in levels 5 and 6. My co-founders can pass levels 5 (my
brother) and 3 or 4 (our friend).

Thanks for any responses! - David Stone

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Re: [How can I become an IUF level-certifier?]

You need to be certified by either the USA (unicycling society of America) the
IUF (international unicycling federation) or an affiliated body.

Check out the following link:
http://www.unicycling.org/iuf/rulebook/iufrules/10levels.html

For more info join the IUF Mailing List, “IUF-Discuss,” by sending a message to
majordomo@winternet.com with “subscribe iuf-discuss” in the body of the message.
Note this newsgroup is for IUF / organisational type discussions. They can
provide you more info on how to be certified.

david_stone@my-deja.com wrote: My friends and I have just started a uni club. We
have ridden for over 20 years each. Now that we have gotten serious about the
club and our own skills, we’d like to be able to certify the members of our own
club, which will soon number, we think, over 30 members. What does this involve?

Right now I am walking-the-wheel away from level 6 – that is, once I can w the
w, I can pass everything in levels 5 and 6. My co-founders can pass levels 5 (my
brother) and 3 or 4 (our friend).

Thanks for any responses! - David Stone

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