Frontcountry Leadership Training (FLT) is an entry-level course covers all the basic skills you will need to successfully take youth on car-camping based overnight trips.
Skills covered include: camping safety, day-hiking, tent and stove-set up, clothing requirements, nutrition and team building activities. All learning is experiential.
Prior to your training you will attend a pre-trip meeting and Gear Orientation where you will learn about our specific policies and procedures for checking out and returning gear. Please note that Gear Orientations and pre-trip meetings are offered in both our Oakland and Milpitas offices.
OCTOBER – South Bay
Dates: Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 8:00 am until 12:00 pm on Sunday, October 2, 2016
Location: Joseph Grant Park, Santa Clara County Parks
Pre-trip meeting and Gear Orientation: Tuesday, September 27, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm – Milpitas Gear Library (471 Valley Way, Building 1, Milpitas, CA 95035)
Registration preference will be given to South Bay youth workers and teachers for the October South Bay FLT. If you are a non-South Bay youth worker or teacher please email firstname.lastname@example.org
FLT 1st Participant –$65.00
Includes payment for Gear Orientation
FLT additional Participant – $50.00
This is restricted for the 2nd and 3rd participants from the same organization attending the same FLT. Includes payment for Gear Orientation
The cost of the course covers all course materials, meals and camping. Participants will have to provide their own transportation to get to the location. All registrations include a Gear Orientation, pre-trip meeting, and food prepared during the training.
See what the very first FLT looked like!
Who should take this course?
Here is a testimonial about the impact of one leadership training
course on a youth worker from Oakland:
If you are looking to further expand your outdoor skills and knowledge, check out our Wilderness Leadership Training course. The WLT takes you on a five day excursion that will teach you clothing requirements, nutrition, equipment use, map and compass reading, basic wilderness first aid, leadership styles, group dynamics and more. The WLT allows you to take your kids farther and teach them more!
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