I guess I’m paying the price of not having tried to check in to the USMAA’s website in a while and I feel like I’m in a new dimension or alternate reality. My club is no longer listed, I’m no longer listed, nor are my instructor or any of my assistant instructors, so clearly there was not a transfer of data to the new servers/domains. There were…[Read more]
Could we get cheat sheet or step by step document how to do on-line promotion process and approval. I am trying to work through system not sure if its issues on my end. Looking to make sure I’m eliminating all errors possible on my end. Thanks for Louise Herschel being so responsive to my request.
Hello everyone! I see allot of comments, but very few replies in this group. I searched this developing site and can not find the reason for changing this organization, from United States Martial Arts Association to World Wide Martial Arts Association. Why? Some wrote, “it makes sense,” but what about my current certificates, will they still…[Read more]
Hmm… we’re the World Wide Martial Arts Association now, huh? Got it.
Makes more sense actually… there were members from over in Europe
and other places popping up anyways. Makes sense. Good luck to all of us.
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