Cycling Awareness

This awareness course covers skills and techniques for planning and leading a successful cycling outing. Course topics include: Tour Planning, Personal Equipment & Gear, Team Equipment, Food & Nutrition, Navigation, Safety While Riding, Injury First Aid, Life on the Road/Trail, Where To Tour and includes an outdoor practical/outing. This course is open to all registered […]

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Canoeing Awareness and Paddle Craft Safety

Canoeing Awareness is combined with the BSA Paddle Craft Safety Program.  This course covers skills and techniques for planning and leading a successful paddling outing.  Course topics include: Planning & Leadership, Types of Paddling, Equipment, Safety, Orienting the Paddler, Paddling Strokes & Techniques, Maneuvers, River Reading and Running as they relate to Paddle Sports Awareness. This […]

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Adult & Child CPR and AED Training

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training is a practical, 3 hour course that prepares you to recognize the need for and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation and defibrillation on adults and children over the age of 1 year.  You will learn or review the steps that need to be taken to deal with patients […]

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HAT Core

HAT Core requires Annual Health and Medical Record A/B/C. This awareness course covers skills and techniques for planning and leading backpacking treks. Course topics include: Backpack Trek Planning, Gear, Food for the Backpacker, Wilderness Safety, Wilderness Emergencies, Back-country Living and Where to Trek. This course is open to all registered Scouting adults and mature older […]

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Winter Safety

There is magic to camping in winter. It is one of the most challenging of outdoor adventures. The Boy Scouts of America operates the National Cold-Weather Camping Development Center at Northern Tier through the Okpik program. Visit www.ntier.org/BeforeYouArrive_OKPIK.html for comprehensive winter camping preparation information. Special considerations for winter camping are listed in the HAT flyer 2016.10.

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