First and foremost, one must grasp the basic principles and train the body accordingly to establish a solid foundation. This is refers to “Gong(功)”, building the foundation.
After achieving “Gong(功)” – the Foundation, you must observe and discern the various movements and further study each usage. This refers to “Kwon (拳)”– Technique.
After achieving “Kwon (拳)”- Technique, you expand on the movement range through various experiments and finally prove yourself in battle. This refers to “Jeon (戰)”– Combat.
WCS training program consists of three stages: “Gong(功)”-foundation, “Kwon (拳)”-technique, and “Jeon(戰)”-combat. The trainee learns the principles and techniques of movement, ultimately choosing a training method best suited to his or her needs. But remember that training is fundamentally up to the individual.
All of these are provided to students transparently without any masking. This refers to “Gyo(敎)”- education.
Thus, the WCS level system was created from level 1 to level 5 using the odd numbers of life.
Level progression is achieved through examinations 101 to 909.