OUT8062 - Teaching Youth Outdoor Skills

Course CodeOUT8062
Course TitleTeaching Youth Outdoor Skills
DescriptionThis Course will provide participants with skills and tools that actively engage youth in the outdoors. Through a variety of instructor certification modules and interactive classroom and field based sessions, participants will be prepared to develop new or enhance existing wild-life dependent recreation programs

Objectives:Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

·         Develop a work plan to establish a new, or enhance an existing wildlife dependent recreation program

·         Using various teaching methods, instruct one or more hunting, fishing, wildlife observation or photography activities.

·         Demonstrate effective communication and group management of youth outdoor skills activities

·         Certified as an instructor for the National fishing in the Schools program

·         Explain the principles of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

·         Describe the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program and it impact on conservation

Target Audience:Educators, outdoor recreation planners, naturalists/interpreters,
community outreach specialists, extension agents, resource managers, and others involved in connecting people to nature/outdoors.

Delivery MethodInstructor Led
Non-FWS Fee$995.00
Instructional Hours40
Course Content ContactSusan DeStephanis: susan_destephanis@fws.gov; (304) 876-7494; susan_destephanis@fws.gov
Curriculum CategoryVisitor Services
Registration LinkLMS
College Credit NameSemester Hours
College Credit Value2
Extracted from DOI LEARN on12/15/2018 3:30:20 AM

Schedule:  OUT8062 - Teaching Youth Outdoor Skills