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Level I and Level II Instructor clinics

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livem1
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There were number of us that went through the Level I instructor clinic this past March and I'm looking to find out how we may be able to get a Level II going early in the new year? If you attended that Level I class and have done the following:
• Attend Level I instructor clinic.
• Pass written test at 80% or higher.
• Successfully complete First-Aid training course.
• Within 12 months of attending a Level I instructor clinic, spend at least 5 hours functioning as an instructor at a club learn to curl activity or some other instructional event using USCA-approved fundamentals and presentation techniques.

....you should send your forms into the USCA and obtain your Level I status.

If you already did that (like I did) and obtained your Level I...then you need only to be a Level I for 12 months b/f doing the following and obtaining your Levely II status.

Initial Qualification Criteria
• Level I instructor for at least one year
(may be waived by chairman of Training & Instruction Committee).
• Attend Level II instructor clinic.
• Pass written test at 80% or higher.
• Successfully complete First-Aid training course.
• Serve as an instructor at a Level II instructor clinic year (may be waived by chairman of Training & Instruction Committee if the applicant is seeking coaching certification and has worked extensively as a coach with a competitive team during the past 24 months).
• Within 12 months of attending a Level II instructor clinic, work with intermediate and/or advance curlers for at least 5 hours concerning USCA-approved upper level instructional activities, including delivery analysis.

As far as I can tell,
- Your first-aid requirement is good for 3 yrs...so, you don't have to do that again.
- You don't have to 'offically' wait until your Level I 12 mo's is 'up' to take the Level II clinic and move the process fwd....I think they just want you to wait the 12 mo's before applying for Level II.

For those that are Level II....maybe you can provide some further insight?
...also, we would need some Level II's to step up and offer to run this clinic.

So....I just wanted to see if we could start the ball rolling on this to see what interest is out there and what Level II's would be willing to identify themselves and step up for it.

Thanks
Michael

p.s. did I hear there was an upcoming Level I clinic? (I didn't see it on the calendar)

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