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Climbing Instructor

Rock climbing and rappelling is often a favorite activity of the BSA. The Climbing Instructor Training program teaches individuals how to plan, prepare and execute an outing. Taking your unit climbing requires more than just having the right equipment! It requires qualified instructors to ensure a safe trip. By training as a BSA Climbing instructor you will be able to safely provide participants with the experiences and challenges of an exhilarating sport.

Climb On Safely

Climb On Safely is the Boy Scouts of America’s procedure for organizing BSA climbing/rappelling activities at a natural site or a specifically designed facility such as a climbing wall or tower.   All unit-sponsored/planned climbing activities, regardless of where they are held, fall under Climb On Safely. This applies to a single unit or multiple …

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Level l Instructor Training

Climbing and rappelling challenges and captivates the imagination of all ages. The Level I Climbing Instructor course satisfies the training requirements of the BSA National Standards, Climb On Safely and the Guide to Safe Scouting, while preparing individuals to supervise and facilitate climbing and rappelling activities. Who should attend? Anyone sixteen (16) years of age …

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Level ll Instructor Training

Climbing and rappelling challenges and captivates the imagination of all ages. The Level II Climbing Instructor course satisfies the training requirements of the BSA National Standards, Climb On Safely and the Guide to Safe Scouting, while preparing individuals to supervise and facilitate climbing and rappelling activities. This course is an extension of, and builds on …

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Level ll Tower Climbing

Tower Climbing gives a different approach to adventure, no crowds and a controlled location gives you more time climbing. Climbing and rappelling challenges and captivates the imagination of all ages. This Level II Climbing Instructor course satisfies the training requirements of the BSA National Standards, Climb On Safely and the Guide to Safe Scouting, while …

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