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ATCQA Authorized Training Centers

An ATCQA Authorized Training Center is an organization that has met the high standards set by ATCQA in its Tai Chi training programs. Students graduating from an ATCQA Authorized Training Center will receive the ATCQA Tai Chi Practitioner Certification.
 
Application requirements
To become an ATCQA Authorized Training Center, the institutional applicant needs to meet the following requirements -
1. At least one of the Tai Chi teachers from the applicant organization is an ATCQA certified instructor.
2. The details of the training plan: what will be taught in the program, the frequency of the classes, and the duration of the program. Please note: your organization may have multiple Tai Chi programs, and not all of them will have to meet ATCQA's standards. But only the graduates from the programs that meet the ATCQA standards will be eligible for the ATCQA Practitioner Certification, which requires at least 150 hours in Tai Chi training.
3. The assessment of your students' performance: how will you measure the students' learning progress and how will you test them at the end of the training.
4. The documents about the physical facilities where you teach Tai Chi classes, including the pictures of the facilities, a brief description (does your organization own the facility? rent it? etc.) and the supporting documents showing your ownership or lease of the facility. In absence of such document, please provide the contact information of the owner or the manager of the facility so that we can contact them to verify the information.
5. A copy of your business liability insurance policy.
Fees
There is no fee for application or for being an ATCQA Authorized Training Center.
 
To apply or to request more information
please email TC@AmericanTaiChi.net
 

ATCQA Approved Providers for Continuing Education Units (CEU)

 
Application requirements
To become an ATCQA Approved CEU Provider, the institutional applicant needs to meet the following requirements -
1. At least one of the Tai Chi teachers from the applicant organization is an ATCQA certified instructor.
2. The details of the course: what will be taught in the course, the frequency of the classes, and the duration of the course.
3. The assessment of your students' performance: how will you measure the students' learning progress and how will you test them at the end of the course.
 
 

 

Renowned NYC Hospital Becomes ATCQA Certified Teaching Center
In November, 2012, ATCQA certified Burke Rehabilitation Hospital in White Plains, NY as one of its official Training Center.
 
ATCQA Approved CEU Provider
Tai Chi for Therapy "Teacher in Training" Course,
7 CEUs
offered by Starfarm Tai Chi & Qigong Search Center
Learn more
 
Meet ATCQA
Professional Development Committee
Salvatore Casano
 
ATCQA-certified Instructor
Dixie Howell
 
ATCQA-certified Instructor
Kelley Ireland
 
ATCQA member
Jim Matthewson
 
ATCQA-certified Instructor
Rick Tate
 
ATCQA-certified Instructor