Time to Register for NAUI Workshops at DEMA Show

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Submitted by Matthew Meier on 9 October, 2018 - 20:13

Are you interested in teaching and administering First Aid courses to your students? Or, have you met all the prerequisites to become a First Aid Instructor Trainer in the NAUI First Aid – Powered by DAN curriculum? NAUI is offering two, two-day workshops: (FAIW) and (FAITW). Both will be held on Nov. 17-18 in Room N257 of the Las Vegas Convention Center at 3150 Paradise Road. Full details and registration information can be found at www.naui.org/events/.

Due to pre-requisite requirements, on-site registration will not be available for the FAIW and FAITWs. Completion of the online Instructor Modules is required prior to attending. The deadline to register for both workshops is three weeks prior to event date.

NAUI members are encouraged to register for the on Tuesday, Nov. 13 in room N257. Completion of this periodic training is required to maintain these designations. Instructors who successfully complete this workshop will be requalified at their current designation through Dec. 31, 2022.

Join participants on Friday, Nov. 16 in room N241 for the popular “Knot Tying and Rigging for Divers” workshop conducted by NAUI Course Director Walt “Butch” Hendrick of Team Lifeguard Systems. During this hands-on seminar, participants will learn knots and rigging useful for rescue, advanced diving, site set-ups and more. Regardless of experience level, participants will learn a valuable skill set and have fun in this interactive seminar. Fee includes knot tying rope. Full details and registration information can be found .

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Interested individuals should direct questions to the NAUI Training Department at training@naui.org or by calling NAUI Headquarters at +1 813-628-6284. Additional FAIW, FAITW, and IT/CD/CDT Workshops will be held throughout 2019 with updates posted to www.naui.org/events/.

ACT NOW AND REGISTER TODAY! Stay tuned to the for the latest details on NAUI and exhibitor-sponsored seminars, show-related and , , and other information as the DEMA Show approaches.

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