Conference on Raising Standards and Salaries for Chinese Martial Arts Instructors

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Shaolin Institute, working together with Shaolin Chan Foundation, will host its first conference geared towards helping Chinese Martial Arts (CMA) Schools around the globe to raise their teaching standards and values by moving from a teaching model of 'master-based values to one of student-based' values, improving teaching service and the students’ learning experience.

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We hope that we will find minds that fit within our growing organization-those with compassion and passion in Chinese philosophy, high conscious thinking, creativity, natural healing and arts...

The Chinese Martial Arts Teaching Service Standardization conference will be held at Shaolin Institute at 4350 Peachtree Industrial BLVD, studio 500 A, Norcross GA, on February 22, 2015, and will discuss: (1) why CMA Instructors worldwide are paid salaries and wages that are low in comparison to other education services, (2) what is lacking in CMA services and (3) solutions to raise the pay of CMA instructors with a commensurate improvement in teaching and managing services.

The main topics of discussion will be the need to match the high expectations of Traditional CMA students with a high level of teaching service and provision of a remarkable learning experience to meet modern high-stress lifestyle needs. "With the advanced skills of CMA instructors to provide these valuable services, they should be able to enjoy higher compensation," expressed a conference coordinator.

CMA cannot be taught simply as the art of self-defense as it includes many more valuable levels of instruction, including mind-body discipline and character training. “CMA schools must embrace students’ value-based experience along with the drive for a 'warrior character' and honor,” said the head master of the conference, Shi DeRu.

With generations of experience in translating the life values taught by the great ancient Chinese arts and minds here in the U.S., the Shaolin Institute is an established cultural, health-wellness and martial arts institute, focusing on high conscious communication, personal health and safety education, mind-body training.

“The institute recognizes the true value of its instructors in providing a true experience of ancient Chinese Martial Arts and is currently paving the way for all Chinese Martial Arts schools worldwide to pay instructors between $25,000 to $50,000/year in salaries and wages,” stated a conference assistant director.

“If the main focus of the Institute is health and happiness of each individual who is willing to travel on that high conscious health path preserving thousands of years of wisdom of China and of the Universe, there should be generations of sufficient income to pay those valuable staff members for their services,” commented by the conference coordinator.

The institute is currently in expansion and is creating more campuses in the US and around the world. The institute is also seeking the talents of a few audacious, enthusiastic, personable staff members with impeccable working ethics and solid integrity and character, and excellent people and organizational skills to join the dynamic team and help set a new benchmark of quality for staffers in the CMA community.

The director of the institute expressed the following: “We hope that we will find minds that fit within our growing organization - those with compassion and passion in Chinese philosophy, high conscious thinking, creativity, natural healing and arts - to meet the needs of the modern, high-stress world and raise up low consciousness.”

The director continued to explain: “The first two open areas for employment are as a teaching-service manager trainee or an instructor service trainee 高管培训生&资历高管.

These roles are designed to promote the Institute and enroll fit minds to teach and spread the news of health and happiness of the ancient Chan way, with freedom of the mind and of the body.”

The director mentioned that the primary role of the open positions is to promote the Institute image of compassion, self-discipline and self-rediscovering, and recruit qualified students nation-wide and world-wide by representing the campus they work for by welcoming, interviewing and guiding prospective students, future leaders and families, answering questions and following up with calls. For the full article go to: http://news.shaolin-world.net

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