Its the CMCQ stand alone course that enables you to take WHT's NOT the RMQ course I would stamp on that practice as soon as you can if I were youSkimmod said:I'd just do the one included in the SAA course, unless you fancy a few more weekends range time!
They don't expect you to already have knowledge of this and will teach you all you need to know there.
Interestingly enough, if you go onto a RMQ course, that also qualifies you to take WHT's. Which is a little alarming when you are a SAA instructor and you see guys who have been running a range for 20 years taking a WHT that could've come out of an SLR manual. But this is the exception and not the rule!