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Bull Run District Spring IOLS Course Session 1 of 2 (Sunday Free)
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Bull Run District Spring IOLS Course Session 1 of 2 (Sunday Free)
Bull Run District Spring IOLS Course Session 1 of 2 (Sunday Free)

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4/15/2015

When: Wedfnesday, April 15, 2015
From 7:00 PM until 8:45 PM
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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
14015 Glenkirk Rd
Gainesville, Virginia  20109
United States
Presenter:
James Chaplin
Contact:
James Chaplin

Phone: (703) 380-9631

Registration Information
Online registration is available until: 4/13/2015
Details
Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS)

Who should Attend
IOLS is the required outdoor training for Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters, Varsity Coaches and Assistant Varsity Coaches, and Venturing Advisors and Associate Venturing Advisors (Crews with Outdoor program, effective 1 Jan 2010). The skills taught are based on the outdoor skills found in The Boy Scout Handbook and focuses on skills that build confidence and competence in leaders conducting outdoor camping experiences.

What to Bring
Your BSA ID number, proof of Youth Protection training, Tent, Flashlight, Scout Uniform, Rain Gear, note taking items, sleeping bag/bedroll, personal toiletries, compass, Day-pack/book bag, Unit specific leaders handbook, Scout handbook, pocket knife, Camp Chair (optional) and Current BSA Health Form: parts A & B including photocopy of insurance card.

Location
Classroom location is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Glenkirk Road in Gainesville.
Weekend Campout location will be at Camp Snyder from Friday evening (April 24th) to late Saturday evening (10 pm, April 25th). Camping is available and optional on Saturday night, Friday night camping is required.

Attendance
Attendees must attend the Wednesday classroom session, and the full weekend session starting on Friday 4 pm through to 10 pm on Saturday, and will eat and work as patrols. Attendees need to arrive on Friday as close to 4 pm as possible (dinner provided on Friday) and cooking meals at the campsite is part of the training program. Attendance at all sessions is mandatory to receive credit for the course.

Attendees will be assigned into patrols for the weekend at the Wednesday classroom session, and several requirements will be completed in advance of the weekend.
 
 
 

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