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Classical Academy of Arms

A Society for Classical Fencing Instructor Training and Credentialling

Types of Credentials Issued

The Classical Academy of Arms issues credentials as classical fencing trainers for classical fencers.  Details of the requirements for trainers are available at the RanksInstructor Skills, and Apprentice Instructor pages on this website.  

Individuals holding Classical Academy of Arms should be able to produce an Academy certifciate or a Student Record and Transcript with the Academy's seal stamped on it or to document their credential with an electronic open badge in of the patterns below (colors may vary due to a change in badging platform).

The following is a current list of all individuals holding up-to-date credentials.  Maintenance of the credential requires the completion of a minimum of 12 hours of continuing professional education during the calendar year.  Individuals who present certificates for credentials who are not listed below have failed to maintain the credential appropriately.  We believe that continuing education is vital to skill maintenance, awareness of improvements in training methods, and familiarity with current research related to fencing in general and classical fencing in particular.

Updated 28 June 2019

Instructors

The following individuals hold certification as Classical Fencing Apprentice Instructors:

  • OLBRICH, Christian

The following individuals have been certified as Classical Fencing Demonstrators:

  • VEGAS, Alfredo

The following individuals have been certified as Classical Fencing Instructors:

  • no current credentials

The following individuals have been certified as Classical Fencing Provosts:

  • LOGAN, Mark (by reciprocity based on credentials from the United States Fencing Coaches Association)

The following individuals have been certified as Classical Fencing Masters:

The following individuals have been designated Classical Fencing Master Trainers: