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Differences between Level 2 and Level 4 SWR

Some folks were asking about SWR classes and I have noted that there are various levels offered (Level 1 thru 4??). I took a two day SWR class last year and noted that it says "Level 4" on my ACA card. I have noticed on the Downstream Edge site that there is a level 2 2-day course being offered this year.
Mr Wigston, can you explain the different levels of your courses?


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