The purpose of this course is to give you, the instructor, an additional set of tools, a curriculum, a full substantive confidence to engage in a 3 to 4-hour block of instruction for, as we call it, applied fundamentals. I don’t want to oversell this course, it is not that original. This course is a product of a spoke and hub arrangement, where we take a lot of elements from places we learn and we try to give credit where credit’s due of course, but the point is, is to bring that together and present it before you so the information is usable so you can deliver it to your students in your area, the people that you touch and influence.
The bulk of this course is going to be just going through some fundamentals, and it’s really more of a hands-on course. There is a lot of teaching of the fundamental s there that the TPI, the total participation of all it and getting the hands-on, I think that’s what really seals the deal. That’s what makes the safety applicable. That’s what allows you as an instructor to identify safety issues if their finger creeps on the trigger or they’re loose with their muzzle, you identify it and just by doing that alone you’ve stacked the woodpile higher. So, let’s jump into these curriculums, feel free to bounce around. Again, thank you so much for signing up for this course, we’re really all about supporting instructors like yourself and anything we can do to be of service, we’re here for you.
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