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Outdoor Ethics Orientation/Leave No Trace 101 combined course February 13 or March 19

posted Feb 2, 2016, 9:36 PM by Seneca Admin   [ updated Feb 2, 2016, 9:37 PM ]
Outdoor Ethics Orientation/Leave No Trace 101 combined course
February 13 or March 19, 12:00 - 4:00 pm
IWLA, Germantown
 
- This 4 hour class is designed to help youth and adults at all program levels to understand the general principles of Leave No Trace and how to apply them in the BSA outdoor program. 
 - It is also designed to give youth leaders and adults the confidence to assess youth understanding and skills when signing off on scout rank requirements or Venturing award requirements. 
 - In addition to introducing students to the Leave No Trace program, this class includes the BSA Outdoor Ethics Orientation class and will provide an overview of the role Outdoor Ethics plays in Cubs/Scouts/Venturing and the ways the BSA is integrating Outdoor Ethics into its programs. It also provides an introduction to the Tread Lightly! program and the Land Ethic.
 
This particular offering is intended to serve youth and adult leaders who wish to learn more about the BSA Outdoor Ethics program and help to implement that program in their unit or district.
 
Youth
 - Scouts First Class and up who are Troop Outdoor Ethics Guides or would like to become one
 - Troop Instructors
 - Scouts preparing for a high adventure trip
 - Venturers
Adults
 - Adult leaders for Cubs, Scouts, and Venturers. 
 
Scouts not yet First Class are welcome if their Scoutmaster sends a note of recommendation to paul@schimke.org.
 
Sign up for the February 13, 2016 class
Sign up for the March 19, 2016 class
 
Questions? Contact Paul Schimke, paul@schimke.org or 301 906 0069 (c)
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