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The AWCA Distance Learning Program is better than ever now that is has moved from DVD format to our online format
For the many new members we have to our Distance Learning Program, the feedback so far is very encouraging. With our program now online vs. DVD, a member can now review all of the material either online or download it for offline viewing.
One of the best features of any program is versatility, and with the latest enhancements of the AWCA Distance Learning Program, versatility was a key factor in its re-design.
What I personally like best with the new program is that all videos are now viewable online, as well as downloadable for offline viewing. This means that you can view them on your PC, a tablet, or a smart phone. You can also download them for offline viewing, as well as store them on a DVD or flash drive and take them with you wherever you go.
Instant training 24x7x365. That’s today’s AWCA DLP, and so far the feedback is overwhelmingly positive.
Another feature is that I have introduced a weekly training program and fitness training programs for the various levels. Not only do the study guides take you through each lesson phase, but the weekly training programs give you a clear direction for staying on track with your studies.
If you are new to fitness, our Phase I, II, and III programs take you from beginning to advanced so that you get in great shape while taking your Wing Chun as far as it can go.
There are still a few enhancements I am introducing along the way, so all of our members are in for even more intuitive resources as we continue developing and pushing the boundaries of what this program is really designed for.
As for now, though, I am happy to say that our re-designed program is being received positively. I am looking forward to seeing how far everyone can take it.
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, as well as an IT professional and freelance technical writer. He has written numerous books and articles on Wing Chun, as well as major operational standards for the health, fitness, and corporate security professions. Phil is married, has three daughters, one dog, and a parrot that likes to answer the phone.