Hosting a Training

If you are interested in hosting a training, see the checklist below:

 

___      Advertise

           

___      Point of Contact for Class Coordination

  • Hotel recommendations in close proximity of Training Room

  • Restaurant /Lunch arrangements

  • Arrange “Local Perspective” speakers to present at the beginning of training summary of any prevention/outreach programs, Local Impacts to AIS, etc.), 15-30 minutes

  • Provide Roster of Attendees – Name, title, agency and contact information
     

 ___     Training Room

  • Available afternoon before training for set up

  • Available from 8 am to 4 pm

    • Arranged theater/classroom style w/tables 

    • Small registration Table near entrance

    • Lap top computer and Projector/Screen set-up

    • Screen Viewing surface large enough to be seen from all seats

    • One large table for display provided at the back of the room

      • Supply of local outreach/educational material
         

 ___     Field Exercises (Inspections)

  • One trailered watercraft available adjacent/close proximity to training room for every 5 people attending (Preferably different types of vessels) PWC, Bass Boat, Wakeboard, I/O

  • ENSURE YOU HAVE RECEIVED PERMISSION AND HAVE SUFFICIENT SPACE TO CONDUCT WATERCRAFT EXERCISES.
     

 ___     Field Exercises (Decontaminations)

  • One trailered watercraft available adjacent/close proximity to training room for every 5 people attending (Preferably different types of vessels) PWC, Bass Boat, Wakeboard, I/O

  • ENSURE YOU HAVE RECEIVED PERMISSION AND HAVE SUFFICIENT SPACE TO CONDUCT WATERCRAFT EXERCISES.
     

___      Decontamination Units

  • Tooled up and operational, one unit per trailered watercraft available (if possible)

 

Looking forward to helping you fight the spread of AIS!!

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