Reporting from the meeting... There isn't anything to "come out" of it, as it's not a policy-making meeting. It is a meeting to continue to affect and assure the standardization of how the USPA AFF program is being taught by I/E's. There has been some discussion of the coach rating, requirements, AFFI requirements, etc. As mentioned in a previous thread, you're likely going to soon see a one-year requirement tacked on to the coach rating before being eligible to challenge the AFFI course. A lot of time has been spent on the many newer resources available, where to get them and how to use them. Time has been spent discussing teaching technique and learning techniques, verbage both literal and figurative. A lot of flow n' go, what to look for in instructor candidates, red flags with instructor candidates both on the ground and in the air. In short, what I/E's should be looking at, for, and ready to remediate. Some time has been spent discussing punitive action by the USPA. Outside of that, there isn't a lot to report. Again, it's not a policy-making meeting, but rather an informational, discussional, and directive meeting. Been a very informative two days thus far.