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A firm release date of Monday, May 7 is now scheduled for re-release of our Distance Learning Program
After months of working to move our videos to an acceptable online format (MP4), I am happy to announce that I will be making the program available again on Monday, May 7. All who asked to be placed on the notice list will be receiving an email shortly with how to enroll.
My students are taking this weekend to run it through its paces one last time so that Sunday evening I can correct any issues they encounter. I am not expecting any because I have worked through them already; still, you never know with so many users and different platforms being used. That is why I am waiting for their feedback vs. jumping in and going right now. A few more days and we will be good to go.
The great thing with our program moving fully online vs. DVD delivery is that I can add new videos on-the-fly or make updates without distributing new DVDs. Additionally, our program being online means that all members can access their training resources from any PC without the need for a DVD player or special plugin. That in itself is a landmark achievement for programs such as this.
While it may not seem like much to the average Internet user, those who know what actually goes into full-scale learning programs such as this will appreciate the work involved. It is more than just a handful of videos; instead, over 2 years of work has gone into the planning, development and building stages of our updated program. A small fortune has been spent to ensure that everything meets my very high standards of information delivery, and we are finally there.
Stay tuned Monday when I announce that the program is available again. Thanks to all of my students in Phoenix and around the world for their continued support and feedback, and also to everyone in the Wing Chun/Ving Tsun communities for their well wishes as we kick of f the next stage of online Wing Chun training!
About the Author – Phil Bradley
Phil Bradley is the founder and head instructor of the Arizona Wing Chun Association, Peoria, Arizona USA. Training since 1985 and teaching since 1993, Phil has worked with a variety of well-known instructors and masters. He is currently an Instructor Level 4 with the AWCA.