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The AWCA Distance Learning Program is now fully online, resulting in both a reduced enrollment and monthly fee!
As you know, our Distance Learning Program has moved from DVD to an online format so that we can provide virtual classroom training faster and more efficiently, as well as upload more videos to meet the needs of today’s Wing Chun practitioner. This allows us to make changes and add new media on-the-fly vs. sending out DVDs (which is becoming too costly to continue).
I was very excited to get the program online, and to make it even better, I am reducing the monthly membership fee!
It is no secret that sending hundreds of DVDs every month was no small feat. Packaging supplies, shipping fees, blank DVDs, ink, and even the equipment to produce DVDs was getting too costly to maintain. Plus, any enhancements to the program meant re-burning previous DVDs.
You can see where that was headed, right?
To bring us into a current mode of delivering media efficiently and effectively, I moved the entire program to an online format so that now you can view videos fully online, as well as download them to your own PC and copy them to a DVD for offline viewing. Now you get the best of both worlds!
In the process of this move, naturally I do not incur the same exorbitant fees for shipping, packaging, etc., so I have decided to pass that savings onto my members.
Effective immediately, the monthly membership for our Distance Learning Program is now only $19.95. This will also assist those that have wanted to join our program but are still getting beat up by the economy, and every little bit helps, right?
So if you were waiting to join our program but found it a bit too expensive, right now is the best time to get in and get going! Reduced monthly membership and the same great training resources are waiting at the AWCA Distance Learning Program!
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.