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Leadership Training

Pertaining in some way to developing skills for leading chapter trips and becoming an approved leader.

Forms

This page lists several forms that are most frequently used by our volunteer leaders.

Young Members (20s/30s) Leadership Training Weekend

Take the first step to becoming an outdoor trip leader for your local AMC Chapter! Brush up on your outdoor leadership skills and connect with other outdoor enthusiasts in their 20s & 30s. Topics of the training course will include group dynamics, leaders' responsibilities, trip planning/management, weather emergencies, incident/accident scene management, and decision-making. Register by September 7th. Click here to learn more.

Date: 
Friday, September 21, 2018 - 4:00pm to Sunday, September 23, 2018 - 3:00pm

Berkshire/Worcester Chapters Leadership Training

Whether you'd like to become a Chapter leader or just want to improve your outdoor skills, you're invited to attend. Training emphasizes group dynamics, leaders' responsibilities, trip planning and management, weather emergencies, incident/accident scene control, leader awareness, and decision-making. Fee of $40 includes 2-day training and materials. Overnight lodging available for $20/night. Advance payment requested. Existing leaders attend at no charge.

Leader Training, Reimbursements and Scholarships

AMC Berkshire Chapter wants to encourage leaders, so we are offering the basic training and WFA free of charge, and heavy discounts on advanced training - see details below. The next basic Leadership Training will be October 2014. Stay tuned for details.

September 22, 2013
A.M.C. BERKSHIRE CHAPTER
Training & Education Subsidy & Scholarship Guidelines

Become A Trip Leader

We do have some requirements trip leaders must fulfill (PDF), in order to make sure that leaders are qualified and prepared for possible problems. These requirements are pretty flexible and reasonable, however. We'll do a lot to help you meet them and get any training you might need or want.

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