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Offline Deerslayer

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Training Nights
« on: July 06, 2011, 02:19:39 PM »
 Training is NOT restricted to only 1 night per week. Wednesday evenings - during the summer - have been designated as Training Nights (more about this later), but there are many other opportunities for a Student to arrange for instruction.

 Sunday morning is a popular time, as several of our Instructors try to be out at the field early, anticipating the arrival of Students.

 At other times, our Students are able to take advantage of our very active Instructor corps, as one or more of them will show up on good flying days. Then, there is the possibility of specifically arranging to meet an Instructor at a mutually agreed upon time for a training session.

 Training Night  is really  "Club Night", i.e., a focal point whereby Club Members of all levels of experience can come out with the expectation that there will be something to learn, to get assistance, to provide help to others and to just enjoy our Club, its facilities and its resources.

On these evenings, which take place each Wednesday from early May until into September, the emphasis is on training. However, anyone can fly, with the training activities having priority. It's a great time to get some help in sorting out the bugs of a new aircraft, and getting lots (too much, even?) free advice.

Often, one can learn a lot by simply observing others flying, talking to more experienced flyers, and asking questions. This is an opportunity not to be missed.

We always need KRCM Members who already have their Wings to come out and help the newer folks.

Remember - the weather is always fine on Training Nights at our field! Come on out.
« Last Edit: April 04, 2015, 06:31:31 PM by Deerslayer »
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