July 3, 2019 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Sign Up for Root Cause Analysis in Lake Tahoe with TapRooT® Training

Learn Root Cause Analysis in Lake Tahoe with TapRooT® Training

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Register now for the 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, beginning July 15, 2019.

What’s better than learning something that will give you an advantage in your development? When the course is in the Sierra Nevadas near a splendid freshwater lake that reflects a startling range of blues.

In two days with TapRooT®, you will learn how to conduct an investigation and develop effective Corrective Actions. A TapRooT® course can accelerate your career and has proven a professional game changer for many.

TapRooT® is designed for learners at all levels. You will learn to find and fix the root causes of incidents, accidents, quality problems, precursors, operational errors, hospital sentinel events, and many other types of problems. Importantly, TapRooT® Training equips you with the advantage of professional training in your expertise and on your resume.

Save some time for getting to appreciate the natural beauty of the area. You will want to explore Lake Tahoe and its incredible surrounds, so below we’ve included highlights of your Nevada location.

Experience Lake Tahoe

With 70 shoreline miles, surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the crystal-clear lake and the majestic Sierra Nevadas, Lake Tahoe offers superb outdoor recreation and many photo opportunities. Savor a scenic gondola ride; squeal from a zip line; shake out the cobwebs via casinos, restaurants, and nightlife.

As far as getting here, flying into Lake Tahoe is simple. Many airlines have direct flights from major U.S. cities into the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, five minutes from downtown Reno and 40 minutes from the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe.

Coming to Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada Mountains also puts you at the doorstep of four well-known national parks: Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Sequoia, and Lassen Volcanic.

Bike trails are a great way to see the area’s amazing scenery up close, and some trails go around the lake. Rent a bike at a rental shop.

Fitness tip: Some people feel out of breath while biking and hiking here due to the 6,200 feet in elevation. That translates into 20 percent less oxygen per breath than at sea level. Pace yourself and stay hydrated.

Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest: The spectacular 6.3 million acres make this the largest national forest in the lower 48 states. Enjoy year-round recreation of all types.

Lake Tahoe Nevada state parks: From Beaver Dam to Wild Horse, Lake Tahoe state parks will open your eyes to wonders of the West. Flowing streams, beaches, and waterfalls. Meadows and rolling hills. Pinyon, juniper, and ponderosa forests. Deep canyons. Ichthyosaur remains. Boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing, horseback riding, and camping. Early pioneer life, a ranch, forts, and a historic schoolhouse. A cathedral gorge. Pick your park to find your adventure.

Lake Tahoe Water Trail: Paddle to your heart’s content. Keep in mind that Lake Tahoe’s crystalline water is always cold.

Echo Lake hiking trails: Ranging from easy to moderate to difficult, these hiking trails pass Lower and Upper Echo Lakes as well as many other lakes and scenic splendors.

Did you know that Lake Tahoe is the second deepest lake in the United States?

Zephyr Cove: Just a few miles down the road from Lake Tahoe is Zephyr Cove. The cove has a marina, beach access, horseback riding, dining, and a fun, fascinating cruise on a paddlewheel boat. During the cruise, you’ll see a documentary, Underwater Treasures of Lake Tahoe, which clues you in on Lake Tahoe history, underwater life and artifacts, and geological wonders.

Lake Tahoe Scenic Drive: A 72-mile loop around Lake Tahoe in California and Nevada follows three highways: US 50, NV 28, and US 89. The panoramic drive passes through South Lake TahoeTahoe City, Incline Village, King’s Beach, Stateline Lookout, and several other adventure-filled stops.

Thunderbird Lodge: Welcome to Lake Tahoe’s historic, magical Castle-in-the-Sky and the famous Thunderbird yacht. Once inside the stone mansion and grounds, you will be let in on the mystery of George Whittell, Jr. Public tours of this National Register Historic Site are available by landby tour boat, or by kayak, Tuesdays through Saturdays from early June until mid-October. Reservations are required for all tours. For event information, reservations, and general information, call  775- 832-8752 or use the Information Request Form.

Lake Tahoe Eateries

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger: Delicious food in a fun, unpretentious sports hangout. Large menu, with something for everyone. Open 24 hours.

Lone Eagle Grille: With a private beach, fire pit and late-night cocktails, the upscale grille sets alongside Lake Tahoe and serves a creative menu featuring local, seasonal ingredients.

Austin’s Restaurant: A local favorite for almost three decades, Austin’s is set in Incline Village’s Country Club Center, serving a mix of American homestyle signature dishes and fresh introductions made from the season’s freshest locally grown produce. Austin’s features a full bar and emphasizes sustainable practices, from employing ingredients from nearby farms to using biodegradable and compostable takeout items. Suitable for all tastes, including vegetarians.

Bite: Featuring comfort food, the restaurant in Incline Village specializes in American tapas and sliders. Bite also features a happy hour, serving beer, wine, and handcrafted cocktails. Vegetarian options available.

Mountain High Sandwich Co.: Open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, this gourmet deli focuses on healthy dining, serving organic, local, and seasonally appropriate fare. Go for a taste of one of the specialties: vegan breakfast burrito, served with potatoes, sautéed peppers, onions and mushrooms with lentils, vegan cheddar, vegan sausage and salsa; or try the house-smoked tri-tip sandwich, loaded up with barbecue sauce and coleslaw on a fresh roll.

T’s Mesquite Rotisserie: Casual, family-owned restaurant in Incline Village featuring rotisserie meats, quesadillas and tostadas, sandwiches, cucumber salad, and potato salad. Try the Yucatan-style chicken, in a citrus marinade, or the tri-tip burrito with cheese, black beans, and rice. NOTE: T’s is a cash-only establishment, accepting no credit cards.

Register for TapRooT® Training in Lake Tahoe today

Discover more to explore from our Lake Tahoe Pinterest board and begin planning your TapRooT® trip to Nevada today.

Be sure to Register now for the 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, beginning July 15, 2019. The course will fill up fast in this amazing location.

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