2017 Safety Weekend
April 7-9, 2017
Help keep our scouts safe. Get training in the following areas:
Wilderness First Aid Training
Wilderness First Aid (WFA) is the assessment of and treatment given to an ill or injured person in a remote environment where definitive care by a physician and/or rapid transport is not readily available. Participants will learn how to assess, treat, and (when possible) contain emergencies within the scope of their training. One of the first things you’ll learn to do is establish control. Emergencies may be charged with emotion and confusion. Emergencies call for a leader to be directive, at least until the scene is safe and the patient is stabilized. This and many other important information and skills will be covered in this training. Youth and adult Scout leaders over age 14 are invited to participate and earn their certification. This course is 16-hours and requires participation in full to qualify as Wilderness First Aid trained. Class size limited to 28 participants.
Prerequisites: Current adult CPR and AED certification. If certification is needed, an approved online course can be taken prior to the training. ECSI gives a discount to BSA members. To get the BSA discount, follow this link http://ecsinstitute.org/courses/detail.aspx/9781284133820 and enter coupon code BSAEC72. Required skills testing will be done on site at an extra charge of $6. *It is important to complete all these steps to receive an email confirmation of course completion a few days after the course. Contact Denise Howard at 800-541-5696 or email@example.com if unable to complete the transaction.
Dates: Friday, April 7, through Sunday, April 9, 2017 during Safety Weekend at Camp LaNoChe.
Beginning at 7pm Friday to 3:30 pm Sunday. Sign in will start at 6pm Friday.
Registration will close Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 11:59pm No walk-ins will be accepted
Location: Camp LaNoChe at the Leonard and Marjorie Williams Scout Reservation
41940 Boy Scout Rd, Paisley, FL 32767 Site TBD
Cost: $80 – Save $2 by registering online. Cost includes snacks, breakfast Saturday and Sunday, lunch
Saturday and Sunday, dinner Saturday, handouts, field guide, and emailed certificates (wallet and standard).
*Please include dietary restrictions including food allergies and sensitivities on your registration form
What to bring: Since this is a camping experience, and LaNoChe tents are scarse, a tent, personal sleeping gear, appropriate clothing to layer for possible cold days and nights, personal care items, a mug, camp chair, flashlight, and a pen or pencil are musts. If electricity required for CPAP, etc. include on registration.
Eligible participants: BSA registered adults and youth over age 14. Class size limited to 28 participants.
Questions? Contact Cindy Miller, ECSI Education Center Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cub Scout Shooting Sports
Become certified to do BB and Archery
with your cub scouts.
Aquatic Supervision, BSA
Training for BSA swimming and Water Rescue provides leaders with information and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to swimming emergencies during unit swimming activities. Persons completing the training should be able to assess their preparation to supervise unit swimming events. The BSA recommends that at least one person with this training is present to supervise whenever a unit is at a location that does not have lifeguards. The training is open to any adult leader, scout, venture or explorer who is age 16+ years old. The course takes approx. 8 hours and is valid for 3 years.
This class will start on Friday at 8:00 pm and will be done before lunch on Sunday.
Each unit is required to have 1 book. So purchasing a manual is not necessary for each person.
Level 1 USA Archery
You must register two weeks prior to the event so the books can be ordered.
Level 1 Instructor USA Archery / National Field Archery Association
A Level 1 Instructor most often works with short-term “grassroots” program to introduce basic archery skills to
beginners (most generally associated with Parks and Recreation Departments, 4H Clubs, Boys and Girls Scouts, and Camp programs).
• Course content: Range safety, range set-up, basic equipment setup and repair, and how to teach the basic steps of shooting
• Length of Course: 6-8 hours
• Prerequisites: Minimum age: 15
• Certification period: Three years, renewable without a new course if you are active.
• Any Level 1 Instructor who wants individual insurance coverage will need to become a member of USA Archery and complete a background check
• Archery Merit Badge Counselor
Project C.O.P.E Level 1
This training is being offered to youth who are at least 16 years of age and Adults looking to learn more about Project COPE. Participants must attend two training weekends to complete their training. All participants must be in good physical condition and able to climb.
Training will consist of Team Building, problem solving, communication, Trust Series and self esteem exercises through various techniques, games and puzzles.
*Participants will need current BSA Physical, cotton type shorts or pants and hard sole shoes along with a water bottle prior to participating.
This training is required if interested in working in Adventure Camp for Summer Camp and year round programs.