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Del Albright Training Workshop Announcement

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VOLUNTEER LEADER & LAND STEWARDSHIP (VLLS) WORKSHOP DATES ANNOUNCED!
Feb. 27 – Mar.1st, 2015, Sacramento area, CA

Presented by BFGoodrich Tires and Omix-ADA/Rugged Ridge
Sponsors include Poly Performance, Synergy Manufacturing, Raceline Wheels, Poison Spyder Customs
and the CA4WDC Conservation & Education Foundation (so far)
With a special dinner provided by MetalCloak


(September 14, 2014). The one-of-a-kind hands-on landuse and leadership boot camp, Volunteer Leader & Land Stewardship (VLLS) Workshop is scheduled for the weekend of Feb. 28th, 2015, developed and presented by Del Albright. Student applications are available now to get your name in the hat early for limited seating. Apply even if you aren’t sure you can make it, but want to be kept in the list of available seats. 35 students are expected to attend this workshop.

VLLS 2015 is going to be the revival of volunteer training that started in 2004 to develop more leaders in volunteer organizations/clubs fighting for landuse, trails and access to public lands. This will be workshop #5 since the course started as the follow-up, hands-on portion of online training, Recreational Leadership Training Course (RLTC at www.rltc.biz).


LEARN: There is no other training like this in the country! Learn tips and tricks galore in landuse, leadership, and supervision, including:
• team-building
• how to supervise and nurture volunteers
• how not to burnout
• tips for dealing with politicians and bureaucrats
• trail maintenance and water issues
• land stewardship concepts
• how to run better meetings
• secrets to public speaking
• letter writing
• event organization
• how to inspire and motivate others
• and much, much more

DETAILS: Check in will be Thursday night (2/26); Graduation will be Sunday afternoon (3/1). Students must commit to full weekend in the classroom, starting Thursday night and ending Sunday mid-afternoon. Lodging is provided as part of the training package. Local students may make special arrangements for other lodging or home lodging if critically necessary.

NO COST: Course is (mostly) free to students (including lodging); some meals and individual travel arrangements will need to be provided by students; but all training material, lodging, training facilities will be covered by business and organizational partners/sponsors.

TOPICS: More on subject matter here: http://www.rltc.biz/vlls. VLLS was written and developed by Del Albright as an extension of the online (via email) Recreational Leadership Training Course (RLTC) developed by Del to teach volunteers how to inspire, motivate and facilitate others in keeping trails open, our sports alive, and our public lands available to all.

SPONSORS: Sponsors make this course possible. They believe enough in keeping trails open and our sports alive that they are willing to invest substantially in giving you an opportunity to elevate your effectiveness in landuse and leadership.
The premier partners presenting this workshop are BFGoodrich Tires and Omix-ADA/Rugged Ridge. Other sponsors include Poly Performance, Synergy Manufacturing, Raceline Wheels, Poison Spyder Customs, MetalCloak, and the CA4WDC Conservation & Education Foundation. Please pay them a visit and THANK them for supporting landuse and leadership training for our future.

APPLY NOW!: Student Application here: http://www.delalbright.com/RLTC/vlls...pplication.doc


Del Albright
RLTC/VLLS Course Developer and Leadership Trainer
2014 Inductee, Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame (www.ormhof.org)

RLTC/VLLS Website: www.rltc.biz
Email [email protected]

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