In this video you can learn the basics of proper safe winching as we walk through the step by step best practices of an actual recovery procedure on a wooden trail scenario. Suggestions on required accessories like gloves, and straps to Winch Signals and Safety Tips all of which allow for comfortable safe winch operation. You too can look like a pro on your next recovery. Learn More: http://www.sfwda.org/education
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Winching Techniques and Best Practices - This should a great learning experience for attendees on Saturday at Trailfest. Registration will open this evening and there will be a limit on each class so be sure book early, and if you haven't registered better get on it.
Join us for one of two free courses sponsored by SFWDA and the Uwharrie Off Road Training Center.
These two courses will be taught by Michael Morrison who is a I4WDTA Certified Instructor, and a Tread Lightly Master Tread Trainer full of a wealth of knowledge and experience to share.
Our 9-11 AM Introduction to Winching Techniques & Best Practices will provide everybody with a hands on common best practices demonstration of gear, and safety equipment use. How to properly use accessory hardware like snatch blocks, tree saver, ropes, etc. This is for everyone who wants to learn the right way to use their winch safely and effectively.
This 1-3 PM Advanced Technical Winching Techniques & Best Practices is also a Hands On Course which will really push the limits and explore complex multi-point recovery scenarios as a group to tackle vechicle extractions using a single front bumper winch.
If this sounds interesting; Registration will open this evening and there will be a limit on each class so be sure book early, and if you haven't registered for Trailfest yet, better get on it. #trailfest2016