I found it interesting that people would not feel they could contribute to the subject of training because they were relatively new. I am fully convinced that people without extensive training in emergency communication are the best people to make comments about the training that is available.
If we can start out with enough material (in the form of links) to cover what the experienced people think is enough and then receive questions on "what about ......", or "how do I ......" or "where is ......, I don't find it in any of the links", then it is easy to identify what additional material is needed and possibly where it needs to be added. This rounds out the existing training and gives everyone a look through "new eyes"; might even see new things that way.
Mr. Harris SIR ;-) would you post the links to your RACES training?
The Colorado ARES training is at http://www.qsl.net/aresco/
under "training" on the navigation bar.
Anyone else with links to some training material they like?
I think that when (if?) we cannot get any further input on additional training needed, we can finally start working on having people maintain current status on the training they have.
Thoughts / comments?