Before setting out for your training, think of the goals you are aiming for.
It's a good idea to have a firm grasp on your target.
Think of three important operations that will matter most to your outreach.
Make sure the first one is a fundamental operation.
Give it your best and your time, don't skirt that one!
The best way to map your training out is to look at your program mission.
Do your goal work in the scope of your region?
Are they complimentary to the Rescue Water Craft you are using?
Be critical in this phase.
What you design in training is the operational goal when the call comes in.
Make sure you are not wasting gas, but training with purpose.
Your team should be your 'devil's advocate.
Hash out any potential issues.
Write them down and identify corrective measures.
Your planning strategy has the ability to hone the results rather than heading to the water and figuring it out.
Remember, thinking like a survivor, act like a Coxswain.
We have discovered it takes about 85% background work to attain that 15% on water time.
That may help you with your timelines.
When you are do, conduct thorough examination of the results.
Where did you improve?
When you get to that point, its back to planning again for the next training session!
Good luck friends!
Posted: February 4, 2020
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