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At completion of both trainings students will be awarded with certificates of completion up to 50 hours Hands On &
Bayerischemacht Training Guide Table of Contents: I. Introduction II. Training Rules III. High Rank Training Rules IV. Instructor Regulations V. Training Exercises to Cover VI. Notes I. Introduction Welcome to the Bayerischemacht, friend. The following is a syllabus explaining the rules and guidelines of the Bayerischemacht during trainings or patrols (its considered both a combative and training event), this includes instruction for both high ranking trainers, and trainees alike. The following rules and regulations are a short explanation of instruction to help make the training go along smoothly and efficiently and to produce the ‘most effective and skilled troops’ for the Bayerischemacht. This version, version 1.0, of the Bayerischemacht official guidelines and regulations book has been approved by the current leader of Bayerischemacht, BayerischeHolder. Any and all concerns, amendments, or clarifications needing clarity should be brought to Oberst 01waffle01. II. Training Rules All of the following rules will be upheld by an ‘enforcer’ or the instructor. I. Obey all orders of the instructors or assistant instructor. II. Participate in all activities unless directed by the Instructor, the instructor doesn't need to ask if you are participating, by attending unless you are given permission (such as divisional reasons or ranking) you must partake. III. The instructor outranks the other high ranking officers that are at the training facility unless an order is given such as to patrol the recruitment center/base, defend a raid, follow to a raid and such. Directions such as what training will be commenced, permission to speak and organizational will be given by the lead instructor of the training or his assistant. IV. If you have to go AFK, Away from Keyboard, inform your training instructors so that they know. It is unacceptable to keep your fellow soldiers from accomplishing tasks at training to better themselves because you forgot to mention you are not there. V. If you are asked to leave a training, leave, do not stay and complain to the instructor. VI. Follow rules set by Bayerischemacht, do not disrespect any high ranking officer at a training or any of your fellow comrades, doing so will get you punished. VII. Address all high ranking officers as ‘Herr’ or by their rank if they wish. They are not to be called by just name, you need to call them by ‘Herr’ as a sign of respect, for all of them deserve it. This rule is for both trainings, patrols, and raids or any event. III. High Ranking Training Rules Not much rules due to the fact that high ranking officers SHOULD know what to do and what not to do. 1. If you are observing a training do not interrupt it without getting permission by the instructor, you may not randomly shout out to an trainee or the instructor. 2. You do not need to call the instructor "Herr" if you are of EQUAL or HIGHER ranking as him, call him ‘Instructor’ or by his rank. 3. Do not invoke fighting or drama if you attend a training not as an instructor! IV. Instructor Regulations These rules will be enforced by a higher ranking officer than the instructor. 1. The instructor may not use his or her power over the training to indulge in revenge, the power of the position must be used responsibly . 2. The instructor is also bound by Bayerischemacht rules. 3. The instructor must still respect high ranking officers attending that training, this can be done by addressing [rank] [name] or calling him ‘Herr’ 4. Instructors dare not abuse admin! And can not just have fun with it! Admin is a tool for training, not for your amusement. 5. Incorporate fun into your training but don't lighten up on punishment, the training must be efficient and relatively strict, your job is to prepare them for ‘war’, not for a party.
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