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Hire ATCQA Certified Instructors

Why Hire ATCQA Certified Tai Chi or Qigong Instructors -
ATCQA Certified Tai Chi Instructors have gone through a rigorous check of training background, teaching experience (documented at least 500 hours for Level I, 1000 hours for Level II and 2000 hours for Level III), and teaching performance (feedback from their students and employers).
Hiring an ATCQA-certified Instructor demonstrates your organization's commitment for high-quality services.
Many organizations, like the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Hospital, require all their Tai Chi and Qigong instructors to be certified by ATCQA.
 

Become an ATCQA Authorized Training Center

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.
 
Being an ATCQA Authorized Training Center demonstrates to the public that your Tai Chi program meets the highest standard in the Tai Chi & Health industry.
 
For details of how to become an ATCQA Authorized Training Center, please click here.
 

If you have any question, please contact -

Matt Bell, MBA and PMP (Project Management Professional)
Director of Business and Public Relations at ATCQA
Email: TC@AmericanTaiChi.net
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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.
 
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