Course Schedule

 

 

 

Location & Date
To Be Announced

 

This is a private course.

 

 

Visual Tracker Level 1

 

We have a lot of information and practice to do so we will be following this schedule as close as environment and weather permits. We do have flexibility built into the training and we will adapt accordingly.

 

A basecamp will be set up at the class training location.  Students will need to be self-sufficient in terms of camping gear, equipment, food, etc.

 

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TENTATIVE COURSE SCHEDULE

 

Date to be Announced

Friday Evening

 

1800 - Initial Briefing, Introductions, Lecture and Q&A.

 

Date to be Announced

Saturday

 

0900 - Morning Brief

0930 - Tracking time!  Participants will be divided up into tracking teams and started on their Field Training Exercises (FTX)

1200 - Lunch

1300? - Back to the field for Tracking FTX.

1700 - Dinner

1800 - Afternoon Brief and Q&A

1930 - Participants will be divided up into tracking teams and started on their Night Training Exercises (NTX)

 

Date to be Announced

Sunday

 

0800 - Morning Brief, Q&A

0900 - Tracking FTX

1200 - Lunch

1300 - Afternoon brief, Q&A, training certificates awarded

 

We will try to get done by 1500 hours so that individuals with a long drive can get back home at a reasonable time.

 

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STUDENT REQUIRED ITEMS

 

Tracking students are required to bring a pen/pencil, note pad, a small tape measure, a three cell flashlight (even if you have a headlamp) and a 5/8 inch wooden dowel (36 to 40 inches long), with three rubber bands (or "o" rings) to be used as a tracking stick. 

 

In addition, it is recommended that you bring a camp chair, extra batteries, a small mirror, and a small field pack in which to carry basic items as: bottled water, cap, jacket, gloves, knee pads, snacks, insect repellant, sun screen, and/or a small first aid kit.

 

Come to the class dressed for comfort for both indoors and outdoors.  Students should come to training courses suitably equipped (clothing) for any type of weather.  Tracking training continues during inclement weather, unless it becomes physically hazardous for students and instructors to work in the field.  This may include cold, wet, hot, dry, humid, or any combination of these weather conditions. Clothing items should always include: good field foot gear, a hat with a sun-shade brim and gloves.

 

 

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