On monday I was trainer for a day. The day started out by being met by a person from training staff and taken to get a wetsuit. The first stop was to Shamu stadium. Goty to help with feeding and help train them. Lots of up close and personel time with the killer whales. It was in the mid 90's so they let me jump in the water it is 50 degrees when I went in it took my breath away. After seeing the behind the scenes stuff got to help reward the whales during show when they performed well. This portion of the day was the most structured because of the size of the animals. The second stop was at the avairy and saw the birds up close. The third stop was to the sea lion stadium. Got to meet Gilbert the sea lion and slow poke the walrus up close. Gilbert likes to eat his fish tail first if you feed him head first he always flips them around. Did not meet any otters aparently they are not very friendly and there way meeting new people is to bite them. Saw the show from back stage watching it from this perspective gives you an appreciation fro the work involved. The people working here seem to have the most fun. The last stop was to the whale and dolphin area. The dolphins are no longer in the show there as they have been moved to Discovery cove. Here I got more involved with the training part and it was incredible. Got to direct the whales in there training, and of course more up close and personel time. All in all the day was incredible and great. Was there from 9am - 5pm and the time flew by. The program can take up to 3 paticipants but I was the only one that day. The trainers I interacted with did not seem to mind having a helper for the day. I was also given a disposable camera and the trainers liked to help you remember your day by taking your picture. You also got a Sea World traing department T-Shirt. Sorry so long any questions I will be glad to answer.