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Onsite Corporate & Group Training

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Any organization can host a training Course.

 

Hosts range from local clubs, government non-profit agencies, and private companies.

 

Hosting a course offers a valuable opportunity to provide high-level, specialized training to a group of staff or to known members of your professional or recreational community.

Sponsoring a course is a great way to offer a wilderness course at your location for your members, or you can open up your course to the general public.

Our instructors have traveled all across Canada to provide custom onsite training for our clients. We understand it may be hard to find the training you need, customized the way you need it locally.

We also understand it is not always cost effective to send your employees out of town to receive the training they require.

This is why we specialize in delivering custom training for our clients at there location regardless of where they are in Canada.

Our instructors have the ability to bring a custom course to you.

When scheduling a course, dates depend on both the availability of our instructors and of course, the sponsoring organization’s time-frame.

 

We strongly recommend scheduling a Wilderness First Aid course at least two weeks in advance, and a Wilderness First Responder course, a month or more out. This gives participants plenty of time to arrange schedules, sign up, and complete the pre-course work.

Finding and booking the course location (facilities, lodging, etc.) is solely the responsibility of the sponsor.

 

If you do not have a location arranged, we will be glad to work with you to help find a nearby solution. 

All courses require an indoor classroom with ample room for tables, chairs, PowerPoint projection, as well as space for skills practice – in addition to easy access to an outdoor or wilderness area in which to do practice scenarios and simulations.

If you are unable to provide housing and food, we request a  per Diem (per instructor/per day) for meals for the duration of the course; as well as reimbursement for any incurred lodging expenses.

 

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Outdoor Club Of East York

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Adventure Education & Interpretive Leadership Program
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