Date(s) - Saturday, March 31st, 2018 - Sunday, April 1st, 2018
“Every Scout Deserves a Trained Leader!”
Plan Ahead, Prepare & Thrive in the Outdoors!
This course provides the foundation for all other HAT courses. It is open to all registered Scouting adults who have completed the Position Specific Training for Scoutmaster or Assistant Scoutmaster (including the Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills). It covers the common skills and techniques required for any High Adventure activity and focuses on the skills and knowledge required for planning and leading a successful, safe and enjoyable backpacking trek. Course topics include: Planning & Leadership, Basic Equipment and First Aid, Wilderness Navigation, Food, Wilderness Safety, and Leave No Trace. A HAT (High Adventure Team) number will be issued to adults upon successful completion of this course.
The course requires Annual Health and Medical Record parts A/B/C and is limited to the first 30 who sign up.
Don’t let this opportunity to train leaders for 50 milers pass you at the trailhead.
Training commences 8:00am March 31st, culminating April 1st
Special note: April 1 is EASTER Sunday, with 8:00am departure
Contact: Timothy Hessong, HAT Core Director