Day started as normal, breakfast at the Malibu. Then, to class for a thrilling class on IDC paperwork, how to fill it out and the need to have good hand writing. Next, the staff presented knowledge presentations as we “scored” them. After each, we dissected each presentation and compared our score to the staffs control score. It was very enlightening to know what an IE evaluator is looking at. We need to match 4 of 6 areas, just like when we did our IDC Staff work. If we did not, then it came down to defending why we scored differently. Taking lots of notes is the key, just so you know what was said and not what you thought they implied. The last presentation after lunch was Quality management and assurance workshop. We watch a video of an accident and then our group discussed who was to blame and what went wrong. We then got together as a class and did the same. It was very interesting and not only am I going to use the video in my IDCs but I think I may do a workshop for the staff. We ended the day in the pool giving and grading confined water presentations. I said those famous band words, REMEMBER…I know better they just came out. It was again interesting to see other ways of teaching.