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john stones 111/01/2017 13:12:16
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here

Delete please

Edited By john stones 1 on 11/01/2017 13:17:10

Martin Harris11/01/2017 13:44:56
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I'm not sure why you want to delete this, John. It seems a good start and hopefully the first of many?

Maybe we'll be seeing some similar ones with example tests? Another recent thread featured a home produced video using a flight sim - of interest to me was a variance of opinion between the acceptable standard for one manoeuvre - something that could be clarified by examples of what is acceptable and what is not by the Achievement Scheme Review Committee posting "standards" videos.

 

 

Edited By Martin Harris on 11/01/2017 14:15:32

john stones 111/01/2017 14:01:37
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I linked my Emails instead of the Video Martin, and couldn't correct it crook thanks for sorting it wink

John

Martin Harris11/01/2017 15:36:47
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I've fed back my initial thoughts above to the BMFA via their contact form on this link.  Anyone else seeing this as the start of a very useful initiative might like to consider doing the same?

It would seem to be an easy way to help roll out national standards - and supplement the scheme's area workshops programme.

Edited By Martin Harris on 11/01/2017 15:43:44

john stones 111/01/2017 17:07:54
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Videos like this are no doubt a useful thing, i've limited knowledge, so can't really make a comment on the content, needs watching a few times and to get input from multi lads, i'm and older fella playing catchup wink

John

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