Wilderness Leader Onîkânohtêw


Onîkânohtêw  is a Cree word for ‘Leader’.
Part of this course is inspired by the Cree people.

You can use this course as a stepping stone to become a WGA International Wilderness Guide.
But, after you finished this course you can already start guiding in different areas of the world (including the Rocky Mountain National Parks).

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The course is made of different short courses, and these course combined will lead to the Certification ‘Wilderness Leader’ or Onîkânohtêw.

Subjects courses
1-  Wilderness First Aid 2 Days 
WFA

2-  Plant Medicine 1 Days
Basic Plant Medicine Course

5- Cree Culture (built in the different courses)
4- Essential Wilderness Survival skills 2 Days 
Essential Wilderness Survival Skills – Short Term

5- IGA Apprentice Interpretive Guide and
IGA Group management (Extra Certification: IGA Interpretive Hiking Guide) 4 days
7- Orienteering, routefinding, planning, hiking and backpacking ( you can chose between a 6 day wintertraining in the Jura or a 5 day spring training in the French Alps)

This course is taught in 2018 by Raoul Kluivers, Margot Visser, Dave Holder and Brenda Seeley-Holder
Dates 2018:

Jura: January 26-31

April 5-6: Wilderness first Aid
April 7-8: IGA Interpretive Guide
April 9-10: Group Management
April 11: Plant Medicine
April 12-13: Essential Wilderness Survival Skills

Information Canadian Wilderness and Guiding Skills 2018

French Alps: April 23- 27

(It is possible to subscribe for the Jura or Alps in 2019)

Costs: € 1350,-
(exclusive Travel, Insurance, Food, Drinks and Accommodation )
Participants get € 500,- discount on the Wilderness Guide Level 1 program 2018 in Canada.

Subscribe now!
Download: Wilderness Leader 2018

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