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Troop Camper Certification
 

Pre-requisite to this course: Overnight Orientation Self Study.

Troop Camper Certification is a two-part course. Part 1 is a 3-hour planning session for Part 2. Part 1 covers skills, planning, safety, and outdoor cooking materials. Part 2 is a 6-hour outdoor experience that covers propane stoves, fire building, outdoor cooking, camping skills, and hiking.  Please note: There is no longer a fee for this course.

Who should take Troop Camper Certification?

        One adult per troop participating in:
>>     Outdoor campfires or activities using indoor fireplaces
>>     Camping when meals are not provided
>>     Camping when meals are cooked using propane, butane, charcoal, solar cooking, 
         wood fires, or hibachi.
>>     Camping at campgrounds on your own, not part of a community encampment
 
Pre-requisite:
- Overnight Orientation Self-Study must be completed 2 weeks before taking this course.
 
What to Wear: Please wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather when attending
Part 2 at camp.
 

Troop Camper Certification, Part 1 & 2 must always be taken together. You will be part of a patrol formed during Part 1 and this patrol will work together during Part 2. These modules may NOT be mixed and matched.
 
 
 

 Troop Camper Certification

 
TitleLocationDateTimesDeadline Status
Troop Camper Part 1Randolph5/6/20147:00 PM - 10:00 PM4/29/2014Open 
Troop Camper Part 2Lake Rickabear5/31/20149:30 AM - 3:30 PM4/29/2014Open 
Troop Camper Part 1Paramus5/13/20147:00 PM - 10:00 PM5/6/2014Open 
Troop Camper Part 2Lake Rickabear5/31/20149:30 AM - 3:30 PM5/6/2014Open 
Troop Camper Part 1Riverdale5/20/20147:00 PM - 10:00 PM5/13/2014Open 
Troop Camper Part 2Lake Rickabear5/31/20149:30 AM - 3:30 PM5/13/2014Open 
 
 
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