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NC Sierra Club Outing Leader Training
NC Sierra Club Outing Leader Training (OLT 101) November 17, 2018 Charlotte, NC Are you interested in sharing your favorite hikes, kayaking spots or other outdoor adventures? You can do it as an outings leader with the Sierra Club! Participants need to be at least 18 yrs old and a member of the Sierra Club (new memberships are only $15 and you can join on the day of the training). Outdoor Leadership Training (OLT 101) will be taught from 9am to 12pm. Basic first aid will be taught from 1-5pm by Dr. Wes Wallace. Dr Wallace is an Assoc. Professor of Emergency Medicine at UNC Chapel Hill and a member of the Wilderness Medical Society. Participants must complete both sections to advance toward full qualification as Sierra Club outings leaders and complete a provisional outing. Current Sierra Club outings leaders can use this training to renew OLT101 and/or First Aid requirements, which must be renewed every four years. PLEASE NOTE: The fee for the all-day training is $20, $10 for ½ day. Space is limited so register ASAP. Registration deadline is Nov. 14th and you must register for this training online here: https://nc-outings-leader-training-101.eventbrite.com Questions about the Charlotte training may be directed to NC Chapter Outings Co-Chairs Kathy Noble [masked] or Rosmarie Adams [masked] Registration must be made through the Eventbrite site below: https://nc-outings-leader-training-101.eventbrite.com Location: Cornwell Center (at Myers Park Baptist Church) 2001 Selwyn Ave. Charlotte, NC 28207

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Cromwell Center

2001 Selwyn Avenue · Charlotte, NC

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PPG Sierra Club is a group of enthusiastic environmentalists, concerned conservationists, and active advocates of the earth's natural spaces. We echo the core values first spoken by John Muir when he founded the Sierra Club in 1892. If you are interested in environmental stewardship and education, sustainability, green living, conservation, alternate/renewable energy, protecting our natural preserves and social events such as hiking, nature walks, adopt-a-creek, trail sponsorship, meeting new friends, and educational presentations...you should join our club. We welcome nature lovers of all sizes and abilities. We encourage educators in primary, secondary and higher education to join our discussions as we advocate for clean water, solar energy and responsible recreation so that our children will inherit a healthy planet.

Let's 'Explore, Enjoy and Protect the Planet' together.

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All participants who attend our hiking and outdoor adventure activities are required to sign a standard liability waiver at the time and location of the event. If you would like to preview the waiver, you can review it at:

https://nc.sierraclub.org/sites/nc.sierraclub.org/files/documents/2015/11/SignInWaiver%20with%20photo%20release.pdf

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