Trainer Course

Leave No Trace Trainer Course

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS TAKING PLACE IN SHEPHERDSVILLE, KENTUCKY

Leave No Trace Trainer Course

The Southeastern Foot Trails Coalition is sponsoring this course and is open to anyone interested in learning about teaching the principles to others.  The course features a short easy backpack and overnight campout.

The main objective of this course is to train attendees on how to present the ethics to others. Various teaching methods will be introduced and discussed and participants will have an opportunity to present as well.

Education in Motion: Where to find the Traveling Trainers in August

The Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, as well as the Leave No Trace e-tour Team are conducting the following training events across the country in August. For more information about these or to attend, visit the event calendar . We hope to see you on the road! Want the Traveling Trainers to join you for your event or training? REQUEST A VISIT FROM THE TRAVELING TRAINERS! Check out the Team Calendars - sort by Team or by your state! Colorado: The North Face Adventures Denver - Denver North Boulder Classic - Boulder Transrockies Run - Buena Vista Rocky Mountain National Park...

Leave No Trace Trainer Course

COST: $50.00 to be paid at time of registration; Meals Provided; Trainer starter kit and certificate provided

GEAR:   What you would bring on a backpacking or car camping trip, be sure to include a tent and a trowel.  Any other questions should be directed to Beth McCandless at (205) 540-0030.

Acadia National Park Trainer Course

Bar Harbor, ME. WOW! We just facilitated our 30th Leave No Trace Trainer Course since we started working for Leave No Trace. We could not have asked for a more picturesque location to have the course. Acadia National Park in Maine provided a beautiful backdrop for learning about techniques to communicate Leave No Trace and strategies for teaching visitors that come to the park to enjoy the natural splendor of the 'Downeast Region' of Maine. With the help of Charlie Jacobi, a Natural Resource Specialist at the park, we worked with staff from Acadia National Park, including the summit stewards...

Leave No Trace Trainer Course

If you are interested in learning and practicing the seven Principles of Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics and teaching them to others or are an outdoor enthusiasts who wants to learn the skills needed to minimize their impact, this is the program for you. Typical attendees include backpackers, Scouts, Scout leaders, camp counselors, outdoor groups/clubs, and families.

Date: Saturday 8:00AM September 15th to 3:00PM September 16th

Cost: $75, ($60 for Scouts)

Recommended Ages: Adults and students (age 14 & up)

Leave No Trace Trainer Course

Cost: $40.00 will cover all food and beverages, group equipment, camp fees, training materials, and trainer patch.

Who: Anyone who is 14 years of age or older. Boy Scouts, Venture Scouts, Girl Scouts, Scouters, anyone who has a love of the great outdoors that would like to learn Leave No Trace Skills will be welcome to attend. All Youth Protection Rules for the BSA will be followed with 2 deep leadership. Youth and Scouters will have separate tenting areas. Camp Ransburg is a No Smoking Facility and there will be No Alcohol allowed on the course.

Leave No Trace Trainer Course

Cost: $50 for a Mountaineers member, $75 for a non-member

Who: Anyone interested in learning Leave No Trace principles and practices (including outdoor recreationalists, guides or educators, scouts leaders…)

Teen Leave No Trace Trainer Course

Cost: $75 for a Mountaineers member, $125 for a non-member

Who: For high school students only! Offered for youth ages 13-17.

Leave No Trace Club Attends Trainer Course

Interlake High School of Bellevue, Washington is home to the very first Leave No Trace Club. This group of talented and passionate students came together a few years back and have been practicing and advocating Leave No Trace throughout their community. The Leave No Trace club has made it a point to educate their fellow high school students, as well as other local schools, on the Leave No Trace principles. They have also branched out to other areas of their local community, participating in several service projects and attending events to spread awareness of Leave No Trace. The Leave No Trace...

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