Last Updated 09/03/2009
California Inland Empire Council High
Adventure Climbing Team Presents
The 2008 Unit Leader Climbing Awareness Course
to rock climbing:
A guide for unit leaders and merit badge councilors to gain the
knowledge and resources needed to take their unit or crew rock climbing and
rappelling in a outdoor setting
The CIEC Unit Leader Climbing
Awareness Course is designed to train unit leaders in BSA guidelines to ensure
safe unit climbing outings for their troop or crew. Emphasis is placed on BSA safety standards
outlined in Climb On Safely. Topics cover how to book an outing and
where to get climbing instructors. While learning BSA guidelines leaders participate in
basic climbing skills such as belaying, rock climbing and rappelling to
experience the thrill and excitement they can provide scouts on a climbing
outing. This course is held in
April or May so unit leaders can immediately call for reservations in
Joshua Tree, one of the most popular rock climbing locations in the world.
If you would like to arrange a fun and safe climbing experience
for you troop or crew. . .
If you are or would like to
be a climbing merit badge councilor. . .
If you want to earn your HAT segments for Rock Climbing and Rappelling. . .
This course is for you!
Limit of 12
Location: Joshua Tree Monument, Indian Cove Groupsite #9
Date: Saturday, May 3rd 2008
Time: 8:AM till 4:PM
COURSE DOES NOT QUILAFY YOU AS A ROCK CLIMBING INSTRUCTOR
This course is a
prerequisite for the CIEC Instructor-in-Training Course
If you have questions, e-mail Paul Espinoza.