Urasenke group their temae into groups of Kyojo (permission of study). After recieving a a certain kyojo the student can start recieve teaching about the temae covered by that Kyojo.
The kyojo are requested by a students teacher. They are written by Kyojo-bu at Urasenke headquarters in Kyoto on behalf of Oiemoto. With the Kyojo a student is given a membership card in Urasenke. There is a fee for getting a Kyojo. The fee is considerably lower for people outside Japan than inside Japan. Some of the fee is keept by the local teacher.
Bonryakudemae - Round tray and a tetsubin is used.
Usucha Hakobi - The utensils are carried into the room. A mizusashi, hishaku and kama is required.
Kinindate - Making tea for a nobleman.
Kinin kiyotsugu - Making tea for a nobleman and his retainer(s).
Chabakodate - Using a box to transport the utensils in.
Tsuzuki usucha - Serving both Koicha and Usucha in one temae