To All Attending the Level II WIT Training at Lake Castaic

You have been registered to Attend the (WIT II) Watercraft Inspection Training being held May 9-10, 2018 – Castaic Lake

 

Thank you for your interest in the upcoming training!

 

The Western Regional panel have emphasized the need for comprehensive and effective coordinated efforts for Inspection and Decontamination of Watercrafts.  These procedures are based on the Uniform Minimum Protocols and Standards (UMPS III).

 

WIT Level II Training should accomplish your Learning objectives, but that means homework. Click on WIT II - Student Manual  and download the file; Read Chapters 1-5 PRIOR to attending the training. Print and answer the Chapter Review questions in the curriculum, we will review these in class.  A passing grade on the final exam is a requirement.  Certificates of Completions will be awarded to those prepared and participating in the training exercises.

 

Address:  Castaic Lake Recreation Area

32132 Castaic Lake Drive, Castaic CA  91384

 

If you are Traveling – The Courtyard Santa Clarita Valencia 28523 Westinghouse Pl, Santa Clarita, CA  91355 is close to training and dining.  

 

Clothing - Dress for the training should be clothes that can withstand crawling under boats on both dirt and pavement.  Footwear should have non-marking soles (so you don't leave marks on the boats while inspecting them) Closed toe shoes are required.

 

Don't forget your cameras and sunscreen. Bottled water will be provided.

 

Lunch - will be delivered to training class. Lunch consist of (subject to change) Subway or Pizza. Should these not work for your special dietary needs, please let us know to order accordingly or brown bag it. Bring $20 contribution to cover lunch and refreshments. We can provide a receipt.

 

Should plans have changed & you cannot make the training, please let us know ASAP.

 

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.

 

Looking forward to meeting all of you!!

 

“Quagga D” Davis

(702) 236-3814

 quaggadee@cox.net

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