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Check out the sample Student Grade 1 Distance Learning Program page
With the variety of emails asking what is involved with the training when enrolled in the Distance Learning Program, I have posted the Student Grade 1 primary training page to the main DLP section (minus videos and link resources).
All links are removed, of course, but accessing the page will quickly show you what the program looks like and how it is structured. This easy step-by-step progressive method of training has shown to be easily followed and is already allowing members to quickly move from lesson-to-lesson.
Our program is easy-to-follow and very structured so that you move progressively from element to the next. With a lot of programs like this, it is not uncommon to get lost in the mounds of information you have to wade through.
With the AWCA Distance Learning Program, we have taken a lot of steps to ensure that it is easy to follow, easy to work with, efficient, and takes you step-by-step through each nuance of Wing Chun Kuen.
Now that everyone will have the chance to see what the training looks like, please contact me with any questions you have about the training or program itself.
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.