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Author Topic: Do you do classroom courses in other towns?
David Burch


 - posted February 08, 2006 03:40 PM      Profile for David Burch           Edit/Delete Post 
Yes, periodically we do, but this must be organized by the host location. Typically we do our regular courses at the regular fees, plus travel expenses, but we do them in a more compressed format, often over a long weekend. We have a minimum of 15 students, but typically if the organizers have a committed core of just 5 or 6, the rest can be found by local advertising.

We leave it to the organizers to provide an adequate teaching space. We have done these in hospitals, high schools, law offices, and yacht clubs around the country.

With that said, there are quite a few ASA schools and several US Sailing Schools around the country that use our textbooks for their courses. In the ASA courses it is also possible that the instructors have gone through the Starpath Instructor Qualification Clinics, so you would end up with effectively a Starpath Course at another location.

From: Starpath, Seattle, WA


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