Master Tread Trainer Course 

 

Tread Lightly!'s Master Tread Trainer course is a two-day course designed to provide an in-depth look at outdoor ethics focusing on motorized and mechanized recreation on both land and water.  Participation in the course qualifies individuals to present the Tread Lightly! message consistently to others in their unit and the council as part of the Outdoor Ethics training team .  Participants understandi the role outdoor ethics play in the recreation community, learn the Tread Lightly! principles of responsible recreation, develop an action plan for outreach in their community, and be provided with the tools to conduct a variety of learning opportunities including working with the Outdoor Ethics Advocate to hold Tread Trainer courses.

Who Can Attend: 
Adult Scouters age 18 and older. 
Prerequisite: 
Tread Trainer or approval from the Occoneechee Council Outdoor Ethics Advocate. 
Course Format: The Master Trainer course is an intensive two-day workshop that requires participants to complete pre-course assignments, develop and present assigned components of the Tread Trainer course and actively participate throughout the course.
Recognition:  
Upon completion, participants will receive a certificate of completion. 
Instructors:
Nationally-designated Master Tread Trainer Instructors. 
Find a Course:
Contact the Occoneechee Outdoor Advocate if you need help locating a Master Tread Trainer Course near you.