Philosophy - Training Contents - Goal
The goal of the basic professional training leading to a diploma as martial-arts teacher is to give the students various physical and mental 'tools' in the form of physical techniques and theoretical knowledge, and to impart the respective use. How, when, and if these 'tools' are finally being used, depends on the individual. Important elements in the training are a.o. the promotion of autonomy and independence. The module 'self-management and psychology' is also an important framework for the virtues the student is striving to realize, as e.g. patience, discipline, attentiveness, respect, compassion, clarity, honesty, and sense of responsibility.
In general, art (in total as well as in an individual work) is characterized by the interplay of contents and form. The student is being taught the martial 'art' in whole, as a philosophy, and a way of life.
The 3-year extra occupational basic professional training based on modules will qualify you to be a professional martial-arts teacher in the Yong Chun Quan Kung Fu style by WU LIN.
Structure of the Basic Professional Training
- 1st Year: 1st Level = Basic Training (1st Form)
- 2nd Year: 2nd Level = Advanced Training (2nd Form)
- 3rd Year: 3rd Level = Instructor Training (3rd Form)
Besides learning hand and leg techniques, the student is also taught in the art of using the baton (eskrima), and the knife.
- Sports Medicine
Individual Further Training
After the basic professional training has been successfully completed, the student has the possibility to complete the WU LIN Kung Fu style by learning the use of traditional and modern weapons.
- Individual Training: 4th Level = Professional Training (wooden dummy, long pole, butterfly knives)
- to acquire a new professional skill
- to be able to pass on the acquired knowledge and skill
- to open a martial-arts school
- to teach self-defense classes for girls and women
- to teach in public and private schools, and institutes
- to give private lessons
- to teach courses in fitness and sports centers
- to offer training sessions, seminars, and workshops in the field of work/life balance in enterprises
- to give courses for senior citizens, children, and teenagers
- to gain expanded consciousness
- to develop the personality
- to train the body