Get the recognition you deserve! Rank recognition and Certification is available to all styles and systems via the World Martial Arts College!
Welcome to the World Martial Arts College website. At this site you will be able to become a member of a fully accredited Martial Arts family. Here you may validate and receive individual membership, school memberships, rank certification, instructor credentials, order merchandise and learn about our many activities in the event calendar.
Our business team can provide qualified business consulting for your Martial Arts school as well as providing tournament sanctions, website design, WMAC Store and other services to make your business successful. We are open to all Martial Arts and all Martial Arts styles. We recognize the value of life experience and provide schools, instructors, and individual members with the means to certify their experience.
The World Martial Arts College offers rank accreditation and certification to all Martial Arts styles and additionally offers rank credentials for qualified Tae Kwon Do practioneers from the U.S. Tae Kwon Do Han Moo Kwan Association and the World Tae Kwon Do Federation. If you have any questions regarding our services, please don't hesitate to ask. We look forward to assisting you as you pursue your Martial Arts training.
Grand Master Dr. Ibraham Ahmed
Latest Blog Posts
A retired Army Ranger with over 2 decades of US military service and a practitioner of Tai Chi Chuan since 1993. He has effectively inco…rporated the internal arts into Boxing and Kickboxing training regiments yielding of 25 Combat Sports Champions throughout his career. Listen in as we explore how Tai Chi Chuan made him such an incredible fighter, trainer, and life coach. Dr. Gurjot Singh currently Ed D candidate in Wexford University Applied Sports Psychology program.
Raul (Rudy) Zayas is director of Rudy’s Olympic Taekwondo Academies. This school is mainly in the North of the Puerto Rico Island and also it is affiliated to the Puerto Rico Taekwondo Federation, World Martial Arts College and the United States Taekwondo Hanmookwan Association.
The interest in international competition for Karate has grown greatly worldwide as a sport, missing an Olympic induction by just two votes last year. Currently many other martial arts such as Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Wrestling, and Boxing are in the Olympics and Karate is soon to follow within a few years.
Check out this short teaser made for and played at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego. We tackle the serious issue of bullying in our film, and we also raise the issue of responsibility that martial arts instructors should have for their students. And we make a point of representing all martial arts rather than a single style. You get a little sample of that here, but there will be more revealed as we get closer to completion.
Master Zachary Green received his promotion to the 4th Dan Black belt by the World Martial Arts College and the US Tae Kwon Do Han Moo Kwan this June 2014.
Master Daniel Haiger 5th Dan in Kenpo, received additional official recognition and certification to 3rd Dan Tang Soo Do and 4th Dan in Ju- Jitsu this July by the World Martial Arts College. He teaches in Tennessee at the United Christian Kenpo Academy in Clarksville Tennessee.
Master Joseph Basak, teaching Tae Kwon Do in Florida, received 4th Dan Kuk ki Won and 5th Dan Han Moo Kwan certification from the World Martial Arts College and US Tae Kwon Do Han Moo Kwan Association.