This is the second of two successive classes at the RAM Center. THE SECOND COURSE IS A REGULARLY SCHEDULED 24-HOUR SANCTIONED TRAINING FOR ALL TRACKING LEVELS INCLUDING NOVICE AND BASIC 1-2 LEVELS
JHPTS – Visual Tracking
2020 TRACKING COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT
Date: Two training courses – FIRST, June 8 – 10 & SECOND, June 11 – 13, 2020
JHPTS-VISUAL TRACKING – SANCTIONED BASIC TRACKER 24-HOUR CLASS – 8:00 a.m. Thursday, June 11, through 2:00 p.m., Saturday, June 13
Location: RAM CENTER, 18048 US-14, Sundance, WY 82729
SECOND CLASS – JHPTS-VISUAL TRACKING 24-HOUR SANCTIONED BASIC TRACKER COURSE - $365.00 payable to Wyoming State Trackers, c/o Denise Underwood, 620 W 58th Street, Casper, WY 82601, with $100 deposit required to reserve space in this class, due by MAY 30, 2020.
THIS COURSE IS A REGULARLY SCHEDULED 24-HOUR SANCTIONED TRAINING FOR ALL TRACKING LEVELS INCLUDING NOVICE AND BASIC 1-2 LEVELS.
Meals & Accommodations: Dormitory style accommodations are provided June 7th through June 13th for all students regardless of First or Second Class grouping. Meals and snacks are provided from June 8th breakfast through June 13th lunch unless otherwise arranged. Students must “sign in” on roster for meals and lodging accommodations.
THE SECOND CLASS: The regular
Sanctioned Basic Tracker Course, the
SECOND CLASS – is open to all participants and interested Novices. There are NO prerequisites for this training
presentation. This tracking course is
open to all persons with tracking interests regardless of previous experience
or training and will focus on primary training for beginning or novice student
interests. This will be a certification course for all eligible students. All tracking students will be provided
training at an appropriate level for their development and upward progress.
This will be a 24 hour course beginning at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 11th with registration and lecture including power point presentation to provide Novice and Basic tracker understanding of training methodology, techniques and procedures. The presentation supports field training by providing student understanding of training methods, manner and objectives. “Tracking” is a first