Pathway to Adventure Council - Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills S11 IOLS

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Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills S11 IOLS

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Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills

This training introduces the adult Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmaster, or Crew Advisor to the outdoor skills learned by scouts through First Class rank. This includes interactive sessions on cooking, fire building, orienteering, knot tying and much, much more! All Scouters are invited, including Committee members, Webelos leaders, and any other interested adult leader.

This course is part of the required training to be considered trained for the Scoutmaster or Assistant Scoutmaster positions. The other required training is Scoutmaster & Assistant Specific Training, a half day classroom style training session.

Date: April 24th-25th

Time: Check-in starts at 7:30 on Saturday with training to begin PROMPTLY at 8am. Participants will be dismissed at noon on Sunday.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, class is limited to 20 participants. If/When restrictions list, we will contact people on the waiting list and add them to the course roster. First come, first served. 


Course Fee: $45.00

What to bring:
BSA Medical form A and B 
Tent (we are sleeping outside, not in the cabins) 
Good Weather
Sleeping bag/pillow if you use one
Cot if you use one
Camp chair
Class A uniform for arrival and flags
Comfortable clothes and hiking/walking shoes
Rain gear
Mess kit w/mug for hot drinks
Water bottle
Toiletries (showers are available)
A great can-do and let’s have fun attitude!

When & Where
Camp Big Timber
Saturday 04-24-2021 8:00 AM CT to
Sunday 04-25-2021 12:00 PM CT Past
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