Many walkers go into training for a walk that will pay tribute to a friend or loved one whose life has been changed by breast cancer. Similarly, crews will train to make sure the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer goes off without a hitch. That’s why crew training is a year-long process.
Mandatory for new crew or changing to a new team: Crew Training will take place a few weeks prior to the event. If you are new to the event or are changing crew teams, this is your training for the Atlanta 2-Day Walk and your attendance is necessary to ensure that you are fully aware of your assignment and can carry out all tasks associated with your position. During this training, you will get to meet your crew and other crew teams, learn how to operate various pieces of equipment, set up a B’Rest Stop, and other functions specific to your crew duties.
All-Crew Meeting: Friday Night Before the Atlanta 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer
The All-Crew Meeting is mandatory and will take place the Friday evening prior to the Atlanta 2-Day Walk. This is an important meeting for final preparations and last-minute details. Crew members will have their final team meetings, review specific details of their assignments and receive their credentials. This is your final chance to prepare for the Atlanta 2-Day Walk before the action begins early the next morning.