WCTA INSTRUCTORS CREED
To have a piercing ethical and moral sense.
To have a clear outlook on life and one’s philosophy.
To maintain a high sense of responsibility as an educator.
To be a specialist in all things Taekwondo.
To have an authoritative knowledge about the human body and vital parts.
To be immovable in one’s abstinence and authority.
To constantly promote the ambition to cover the whole world with Taekwondo.
To gain confidence and credit as a leader and to gain respect from juniors, colleagues, and seniors.
International & Local Affiliations
American Taekwondo United
American Taekwondo United (ATU) is a non-profit organization that was formed in 2006 with the goal of contributing to the growth and development of Taekwondo in the United States. As part of the agenda of ATU, it hosts a national tournament annually, provides ongoing education for Taekwondo schools, and contributes to communities around the country through charitable events.
We belong to Kukkiwon, also known as World Taekwondo Headquarters. Kukkiwon is the home of the World Taekwondo Academy and is the official taekwondo governing organization established by the South Korean government. Kukkiwon has vitalized Taekwondo as a form of Martial arts by Globalizing it since its foundation in 1972.
USA Tae Kwon Do
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) recognizes USA Taekwondo (USATKD) as the National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of Taekwondo in the United States. A primary function of the NGB is to conduct national and international events in its sport.
World Taekwondo is the International Federation (IF) governing the sport of Taekwondo and is a member of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF). The WT recognizes national Taekwondo governing bodies recognized by the NOC in the pertinent country, one in each country, as its members.