I was impressed with the response when the call went out for "Instructors Needed". Instructors all around the US and even across the Big Pond were willing to help out.
This thread got me to thinking, so here's my question. How much would you be willing to pay to attend a 16-hour vehicle rescue class as a student? Say you get 4 hours of classroom and 12 hours of good hands-on work. I've seen good classes offered for free...others $25 per person. There used to be an annual seminar here in Texas that cost $300, but you got a FREE T-shirt so that made it all seem worthwhile.
The Firehouse Expo seminar that I conduct each year costs the participant over $300 per person and that's just for 8 hours.
What's good extrication training worth to you?