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Postby harnishclan on Sun Aug 19, 2007 6:25 pm

How does one become qualified to be an instructor? I can't find the steps necessary.
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Postby Kim Crosser on Sun Aug 19, 2007 7:07 pm

It requires the top-secret decoder ring... :wink:

Seriously, contact the CDI (Dave Gardner and Keith Verlaque this year at CDI@PCASDR.org).

There is a written exam on the basics of safety and car physics, etc., (emphasis on "basics"). Then there are a couple of "check rides", where the CDIs see how you communicate with students, especially really new/bad students (which the CDIs are remarkably adept at simulating :lol: ).

And voila, after the secret ceremony with the swords and flame (oops, wrong movie), you become anointed as an instructor. :D

We can never have enough qualified instructors, so please contact the CDIs if you are interested.
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