Central Florida Council - Leave No Trace Trainer Course (Spring 2024)

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Leave No Trace Trainer Course (Spring 2024)

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LEAVE NO TRACE TRAINER COURSE

April 19-21st, 2024

 

DESCRIPTION:

This BSA / Center for Outdoor Ethics Leave No Trace Trainer Course will give you an understanding of the impacts that we make when we are camping, hiking and using the outdoors.  It will also give the youth the necessary tools to fulfill their duties in the NEW Outdoor Ethics Guide Troop Position of Responsibility.  Youth/Adults are encouraged and welcome to attend to learn how to minimize your impact when recreating outdoors and become better stewards of the land.


DATE/TIME:

April 19th @ 6:30PM to April 21st @ 2:30PM

  • Check-in Opens at 5:30 PM on April 19th
  • Course Begins at 6:30 PM on April 19th

PRICING:

  • Early Bird Rate (April 5th-paid in full)- $90
  • On-Time Rate (April 12th registration closes)- $100

(Fee include all course material, 5 Meals Sat. Breakfast thru Sunday Lunch*, and camp fees)

*Lunch on Sunday is a togo option based on course pacing and weather dependent


WHO CAN ATTEND?
Scouts 14 years and older. Registered adult leaders in all Scouting Programs.


REQUIRED MATERIALS:
Please bring a tent and your personal weekend camping gear, including a mess kit and small service shovel/trowel. A detailed personal gear packing list can be found in the Boy Scout Handbook. A current BSA Physical Form (Parts A and B) is required. 


DIETARY RESTRICTIONS:

The Central Florida Council recognizes that there are many potential dietary restrictions as well as common diets (e.g., low-calorie and low-carbohydrate) and common food allergies (e.g., to gluten, citrus fruit, dairy, eggs, fish, nuts/ peanuts, and shellfish). Individuals will need to consider this and avoid such items in their choices.  In addition, remember that the Food Team cannot feasibly plan for all specific dietary needs of all persons attending the event. Therefore, all special dietary needs must be indicated at the time of registration.  Depending upon the special food requirements they may be asked to make their own arrangements to meet those needs by bringing their own food — just as they would bring their own medications.  Any dietary requests made within 2 weeks of the event will not be able to be honored.


COURSE COMPLETION:  

Successful completion of this course will give you dual certification with both BSA and Center for Outdoor Ethics as Trainers.

When & Where
Camp La-No-Che
Friday 04-19-2024 5:30 PM ET to
Sunday 04-21-2024 2:30 PM ET
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