Oftentimes, people are yearning for more information on specific aspects of outdoor leadership. The guidebook below is meant to be used in conjunction with the knowledge acquired through a Field Leader course.
This report presents the trends and challenges present within the national outdoor community at the mid-point of the Canadian Outdoor Summit project. The information present in this report was compiled in the fall of 2020. Final redaction was completed in March 2021.
This chart, created by Christian Mercure at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, is intended to help outdoor program managers ensure they have considered all important aspects in their program design. The OCC does not officially endorse the information found within this document. They are provided for your information only.
STS is a private Gr. 1-12 school in Alberta. Outdoor Education is an important component of their program. STS has graciously offered to share their trip planning card, risk management presentation and outdoor manual below. For more information on STS, please visit their website. We are aware that the links in this section are broken and are working to have that fixed. If you would like these resources please contact email@example.com
The Certificate in Outdoor Education (COE) is a program for teachers of Outdoor Education designed to enhance both skill development and teaching strategies associated with the delivery of these modules of the Public School Program. The COE program has generously shared a plethora of templates that they use for a wide variety of outings. We are aware that the links in this section are broken and are working to have that fixed. If you would like these resources please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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The OCC is the proud promoter of the Canadian Outdoor Summit (www.canadianoutdoorsummit.com). The documents for the Summit are hosted on our website as the Summit website does not have hosting capacity.
Develop a consensus statement about the value of Led Outdoor Activity in Canada.
Synthesize accepted practices, structures, and systems related to running an outdoor program in Canada.
Create a national framework of competency training for outdoor leaders.
Support the development of learning outside in k-12 institutions.
Indigenous perspectives on Led Outdoor Activity.
No supporting documents have been created for this Summit objective at this time.
Promote greater access to the outdoors for individuals with differing mobility.
Increase capacity for inclusion for 2SLGBTQ2 in outdoor programs.
Design an Anti-racism plan for the national outdoor community.