HAT - Adult Leaders Backpack Training (Cabrillo)
61st - Adult Leaders Backpack Training
Acquaint you with a basic understanding of how to plan and conduct outdoor activities Stimulate your participation and leadership in a High Adventure Program at the Unit level Inform you of the many programs and activities of the GLAAC-HAT.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 24, 25, 26 February 2023
Weekend backpack outing to be arranged during the training sessions.
Friday 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sunday 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Cabrillo Beach Youth Center, San Pedro.
$115 before February 11, $125 after that.
Persons whose registration is received by 12 February will be sent a confirmation, map of location, and other details. For help with registration contact Hannibol Sullivan, Community Engagement Coordinator (SR) and HAT Advisor at (213) 413-4400 or email Hannibol.Sullivan@scouting.org.
Cracker barrel Friday, breakfast, lunch, dinner Saturday, breakfast Sunday.
Compass, paper and pencil. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring their gear and to camp (free) at the facility. Onsite camping reinforces the essentials of your training.
Basics of the necessities for safe and enjoyable outings
- planning & preparation
- equipment & clothing
- menus & cooking
- route finding and mountain travel
- risk & safety
- program awards & procedures
- the importance of training and transferring leadership to your Scouts is stressed.
David Behenna, Course Director, at (603)828-2065; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The emphasis is on backpacking but it is generally applicable to all types of outdoor activity.
This is the next step beyond the camp-craft skills that are covered in Outdoor Leadership Skills (OLS). You will be need to select and take a weekend backpack trip (5-7 miles, round-trip, in the local mountains) from among several to be offered in March and April and led by the GLAAC-HAT Staff.
Each person is responsible for providing his/her own clothing and equipment. An Adventure Pass for your vehicle is required at many of these locations. Completion of this training is recognized by the award of a special patch.
Hike Aid 3, “Full Dimension High Adventure Training”, has a complete discussion of the training programs of the GLAAC-HAT. It may be downloaded from the Council High Adventure website at https://glaac-hat.org/HikeAids.html
Questions about any of them are to be directed to Michael Schlaifer; Vice ChairTraining: (213)247-8808 (C); e-mail, email@example.com.
Friday 02-24-2023 6:30 PM PT to
Sunday 02-26-2023 1:00 PM PT