USA Skill Level Tester - Instructor Needed

As our club is growing we want to be able to award our members the various Unicycle Society of America skill level award patches. However, not just anybody can be a tester. Tester certification happens, generally, at the conventions. However, I was unable to go to the Seattle area this year. Is there anybody out there that is USA certified to instruct me and certify me to be a USA skill-level tester?

Obviously, I’m willing to travel. What agreat excuse to go unicycling with new friends!

I will not be able to access this forum over the weekend so if you are a skill-level instructor and willing to work with me on my certification please e-mail me directly at:

tommy@memphisunicycleclub.com

Many thanks,
Tommy

Re: USA Skill Level Tester - Instructor Needed

If you need an excuse to visit NYC, I’d be happy to help with the
‘certification.’ I’d just want to ask Foss first whether I can officially
make you a tester just because I am one or whether there are other
qualifications. John?

Tmornstar.b9y4n@timelimit.unicyclist.com writes:
>
>As our club is growing we want to be able to award our members the
>various Unicycle Society of America skill level award patches. However,
>not just anybody can be a tester. Tester certification happens,
>generally, at the conventions. However, I was unable to go to the
>Seattle area this year. Is there anybody out there that is USA
>certified to instruct me and certify me to be a USA skill-level
>tester?
>
>Obviously, I’m willing to travel. What agreat excuse to go unicycling
>with new friends!
>
>I will not be able to access this forum over the weekend so if you are a
>skill-level instructor and willing to work with me on my certification
>please e-mail me directly at:
>
>tommy@memphisunicycleclub.com
>
>Many thanks,
>Tommy
>
>Tommy Thompson
>Memphis Unicycle Club
>Please vist our web site:
>http://www.memphisunicycleclub.com

David Stone
Co-founder, Unatics of NY
1st Sunday / 3rd Saturday
@ Central Park Bandshell
1:30 start time after 11/1/01

Re: USA Skill Level Tester - Instructor Needed

Hi David,

Thanks for the offer. NYC is within my orbit - or, at least I can
engineer it to be. As soon as John and/or the USA gets back to us
with thumbs-up we can begin to make a plan.

Thanks again for your suppot,
Tommy

At Friday, 20 September 2002, “David Stone” <dstone@packer.edu> wrote:

>If you need an excuse to visit NYC, I’d be happy to help with the
>‘certification.’ I’d just want to ask Foss first whether I can officially
>make you a tester just because I am one or whether there are other
>qualifications. John?
>
>Tmornstar.b9y4n@timelimit.unicyclist.com writes:
>>
>>As our club is growing we want to be able to award our members the
>>various Unicycle Society of America skill level award patches.
However,
>>not just anybody can be a tester. Tester certification happens,
>>generally, at the conventions. However, I was unable to go to the
>>Seattle area this year. Is there anybody out there that is USA
>>certified to instruct me and certify me to be a USA skill-level
>>tester?
>>
>>Obviously, I’m willing to travel. What agreat excuse to go unicycling
>>with new friends!
>>
>>I will not be able to access this forum over the weekend so if
you are a
>>skill-level instructor and willing to work with me on my certification
>>please e-mail me directly at:
>>
>>tommy@memphisunicycleclub.com
>>
>>Many thanks,
>>Tommy
>>
>>Tommy Thompson
>>Memphis Unicycle Club
>>Please vist our web site:
>>http://www.memphisunicycleclub.com
>
>David Stone
>Co-founder, Unatics of NY
>1st Sunday / 3rd Saturday
> @ Central Park Bandshell
>1:30 start time after 11/1/01
>

Tommy Thompson
“Having a great time on one wheel!”
Memphis Unicycle Club
http://www.memphisunicycleclub.com
1616 Eastmoreland
Memphis, TN. 38104
(901) 272-0041 / (901) 230-0476