Ok. So, I've decided after much thought and, having moved half-way across the country, that I'm going to take the plunge and become and ACF Instructor. Have approached my local unit and they leapt on me, almost literally, as I think noone has ever gone there with that desire before! Anyway, having started going through the motions, I've began thinking about how I'm going to approach this opportunity. I've only ever worked with young adults before (18-22) and I'm just wondering about the best tack to take when dealing with less-aged folk. I'm 24 myself, but I'm aware that may as well be a 900 year age gap for all the good it will do. This is an experience I really want to enjoy so I can do the best for the cadets that attend. I've already decided that listening and learning are going to play the biggest part, but any hints and tips on this and the skills side of things would be much appreciated!