Crossroads of America Council - Voyageur Fall 2018

Voyageur Fall 2018

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Event Details

VOYAGEUR
Canoe Training & Paddle Craft Safety for Adults

3 day course   Camp Belzer
One weekend, September 7, 8, & 9  (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Kayak certification if desired, September 15. Additional fee

NOW OPEN to NON-SCOUT AFFILIATED ADULTS

The Voyageur Canoe Training Program was established in the Crossroads of America Council of the Boy Scouts of America following the tragic death of a youth in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in the early 1960s. The youth’s parents and local scout leaders established this program to provide adults and youth training and education in canoe safety and trip planning. The program is designed to reduce the potential of that tragedy being repeated. Through the years the training has been limited to only registered adult scout leaders but is now open to any adult over 18 as well as registered youth over 18.

Objective:  To prepare adults to take the Voyageur program back to the Troop and conduct safe canoe outings including High Adventure trips. To hold the older boys' interest and keep them active in the Scouting program. To encourage younger boys to earn rank advancement. To provide canoeing adventure for Venture Crews.

See attached flyer for more information.

 

Paddle Craft Safety Certification - One Day CHALLENGE TESTING

September 15

How can you obtain or renew the new BSA Canoe Paddle Craft Safety Certification ?

  1. Adult leaders are encouraged to attend the Voyageur Adult Leader Training program (conducted at Camp Belzer twice each year). All certification requirements (except the swimmer test) are taught during the course, and certification testing is conducted.
  2. Adults who have completed the four-day Voyageur training program may need only return for their fifth (returnee / assistant instructor) day, and pass the written test at the end of the day after a review of material.
  3. Adults who have completed all five days of the Voyageur training program (have obtained the Instructor Arc) within the previous three years (six courses) need only return the second Saturday of a scheduled course, and pass the written test after a review of the material.
  4. Adult leaders and youth members who are confident they can pass the performance and written requirements may "challenge" the test.

See attached flyer for more information.


Dave Bardos
david.bardos@att.net
(317) 844-3223 or (317) 518-7215
Golden-Burke Scout Center
7125 Fall Creek Rd N
Indianapolis, Indiana 46256
Email:
Phone: 317-813-7125
When & Where
Multiple sessions to choose from

September 7, 8, & 9, 2018
Friday 09-07-2018 7:30 AM to
Sunday 09-09-2018 4:00 PM Past
Camp Belzer
Map this session
Coords: 39.8654548, -86.0387743
6102 Boy Scout Rd
Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
Phone: 317-546-6031

Paddle Craft One Day Challenge Testing (Sept 8)
Saturday 09-08-2018 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Past
Camp Belzer
Map this session
Coords: 39.8654548, -86.0387743
6102 Boy Scout Rd
Indianapolis, Indiana 46226
Phone: 317-546-6031

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