The success of the ACTA is founded on the quality of instruction throughout the organization. Grand Master Kim has been a model of tirelessly improving the instructor training and regimen. An ACTA Instructor needs to be someone who believes that the history and tradition of Tae Kwon Do is highly important, and also a person who is always striving to improve themselves and the students they teach.
In order to better train our black belts to become ACTA certified instructors, and to assist the instructors, we have developed a system for students at different levels to enter into the instructor program.
Not all students make good instructors, or have the drive to become instructors, and that is okay. We do not require students to move into the instructor ranks unless it is something that both the student and Chief Instructor feel is a good fit for the student. Our goal is not simply to have bodies to assist in class, but to further develop those students who show an aptitude for leading and teaching others.