how to sign up/get my L1

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  • #39826
    Greg Rapp
    Participant

    Folks,

    Some of you know me, I’ve been to a couple of launches and gave my first HP rocket it’s inagural flight last November. Now I’m ready to try for my L1 cert. I just signed up with NAR; what else do I need to do before the April launch? Is there a form to fill out, and will the appropriate folks be present to sign it for me?

    Thanks in advance,

    Joe, aka Greg

    #44388
    Ken Plattner
    Participant

    I’ll bring a membership form to the April launch. You can fill it out on-site.

    Ken.

    #44389
    Bret Packard
    Participant

    I’ll be at the April launch and would be happy to help/witness/whatever you need. Just let me know.

    #44390
    Greg Rapp
    Participant

    Thanks, guys, if somebody could bring the membership form on the 14th that’d be great. I’m curious, the NAR form says something about expiring in a year – does the certification only last that long? That seems kind of lame. Also, what do I get for being certified – does NAR send me a card or something to prove it at launches?

    -Greg

    #44391
    Conway Stevens
    Participant

    Thats correct. You will get a NAR card that will show your membership to NAR with the Cert Level 1 on it. I will be at MHM for sure. Not sure about the next launch yet. But if I am able to be there I will be glad to sign off and witness.

    Something maybe not mentioned yet either. For a L1 cert for NAR it takes either 2 witnesses that are of L1 status to witness and sign off, OR it takes 1 L2 or higher (level 3) flyer to witness and sign off and the must be a member of NAR in good standing as well.

    I’m sure plenty of people will chime in to help. If Im there I will be glad to sign off. ( I am L3 so you wouldn’t need another assuming I make it)

    #44392
    Ed Dawson

    Just a quick comment on the “expiring in a year” comment…

    No, that’s not the case. If you keep your NAR membership current, you will keep your level standing.

    #44393
    Chris LaPanse

    The year expiration states that if you let your membership lapse for more than a year, your cert vanishes. Other than that, it is permanent.

    #44394
    Conway Stevens
    Participant

    Sorry if my post was “un-finished or unclear” I missed the year part in his post. I was primarily speaking on what they will send him. But as others have stated paying your dues and keeping your membership in good standing will keep your cert level active.

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