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FL CE 3 hr Supervisor Rules

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Dale Smalley

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This has to to be to worst class ever. All could be summed up (and already is) in the FL law class in about 15 min.

Please kill this class before the next CE cycle.
 

nauthead

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I have that class next Friday at 5 PM. Please don't scare me like that. BTW, who was your instructor?
 

Dale Smalley

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I took the AI course - nothing wrong with the instructor but you could tell he was stretching it for time. Just another boring power point presentation. Personally I don't have any trainees anymore nor plan to have one again so it was twice as bad for me.
 

Tom Woolford

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Never had trainees, Never will have Trainees. Would someone explain WHY I have to have this course? Seems like the rule should be that after your renewal date, if you have trainees the course is required. If you don't, take 3 credits that MEAN something to you. Another three hours wasted, not to mention the cost.
 

Dennis J. Black ASA IFAS

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Sometimes you just need to look at what is being accomplished. Now trainees cannot claim they did not know they had a bad cert. Now certs cannot claim they did not know what was expected of them. Now if you go get a trainee, you are ready (LOL). Remember when all of this was passed into rule trainees were everywhere.
 

Dale Smalley

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Yeah but 3 friggin hours of torture. How long could it really take? 5 min maybe 10-15. or just sum it up in a newsletter.
 

Judy Whitehead (Florida)

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I had a good instructor, but he was stretching it as well. I really don't remember much about it......I guess they have to just stand there and tell the obvious - like Florida Law.
 

Michael Tipton

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I had a good instructor, but he was stretching it as well. I really don't remember much about it......I guess they have to just stand there and tell the obvious - like Florida Law.

I believe Frank G spoke of the shortcomings of the initial FL supervisor/trainee CE course format.
 

MBD

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I had a pretty good instructor. Dennis was his name..can't recall his last name though.:shrug:
 

Couch Potato

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No doubt.

This has to to be to worst class ever. All could be summed up (and already is) in the FL law class in about 15 min.

Please kill this class before the next CE cycle.
A unbeatable record for worst class ever. It is impossible to design a more useless class.
 
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