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Webinar - Advanced Thermaling - Apr 16

ADVANCED THERMALING 1: Techniques for Better Thermaling
This webinar, presented by CFI-G and soaring coach extraordinaire, Eric Carden, is part one of a two-part series to help move your thermaling skills from “intermediate” to “advanced.” Warning — if you don’t yet have solid intermediate thermaling skills, then some material in this series could actually cause you to do worse! Know thyself and participate at your own risk!

After attending this webinar, you will know how to:
- Better understand and identify the sounds of crossing a thermal
- Center (core) thermals more rapidly
- Use advanced centering techniques

THIS AND ALL OF OUR WEBINARS ARE NOW ELIGIBLE FOR THE FAA WINGS PROGRAM! The FAA, along with the aviation industry, has realized recurrent training reduces the accident rate dramatically.

The WINGS program includes both learning activities and flight tasks to be accomplished for credit towards obtaining one of the levels in the WINGS program. After completing a level of the WINGS program, you may substitute this completion for your flight review.

It is easy to sign up for the program and is FREE! Go to www.faasafety.gov for more information.

All webinars are recorded and posted on the SSA website (ssa.org) under the “Member Resources” tab > “Webinars.” No WINGS credit for watching the webinar recordings.

With over 25 years of soaring experience, Eric has coached at contests, club functions, and one-on-one with students. He is passionate about helping pilots learn how to stay up and go places!

This how-to webinar series will take place every 3rd Tuesday of the month and covers practical beginner-level to advanced material.

Seats fill up fast, so be sure to REGISTER TODAY!

Date and Time:
Tue, Apr 16, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PDT.

REGISTRATION LINK:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8505258300327898380?source=SSA+EMAIL

Posted: 4/10/2019 By: General News


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