Twin Rivers Council - BSA Aquatics Supervisor: Basic Paddlecraft Safety

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BSA Aquatics Supervisor: Basic Paddlecraft Safety **SUSPENDED**

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Float trips are popular Boy Scout, Venturing, and Sea Scout activities. Safety Afloat awareness training provides guidelines for safe float trips and is required of unit leaders but does not provide the skill training mandated by those guidelines. BSA Paddle Craft Safety expands Safety Afloat training to include the skills, as well as the knowledge, needed for a unit leader to confidently supervise canoeing or kayaking excursions.

Participants completing the training should be better prepared to supervise paddle craft activities.

This training is open to any registered adult leader, Scout, Venturer, Sea Scout, or Explorer who is age 15 or older. Prior to the course, participants must complete Safety Afloat training online. Participants should have prior experience in both canoes and kayaks, as this is not an introductory course. Participants must be able to pass the BSA Swimmers Test.

Participants will arrive at Camp Wakpominee on Friday night after 7:00 PM for check-in. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday, as well as breakfast on Sunday, will be provided. The program will end by 12:00 PM Sunday.

When & Where
Camp Wakpominee
Friday 08-11-2023 7:00 PM ET to
Sunday 08-13-2023 12:00 PM ET Past
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