Sponsorship Opportunities at the 2016 ACA, Wisconsin Fall Conference

We invite you and your company to join us as a sponsor for the ACA, Wisconsin Fall Conference.  This event provides sponsors an opportunity to market goods and services and help create strong name recognition with 80+ camping professionals representing more than 45 camps and youth development programs throughout Wisconsin and the surrounding area!

2016 ACA, Wisconsin Fall Conference

Please join us for the ACA, Wisconsin Fall Conference! Enjoy a time of education, renewal and fun in the beauty of the Wisconsin north woods at Camp Manito-wish YMCA in Boulder Junction. Join us for one or both days and experience Wisconsin hospitality at its best! Dr.

Basic Archery Instructor Certification

In this 8 hour certification course you'll learn how to accurately shoot a bow, teach beginner archers, manage a basic archery program, repair equipment and change lives through archery.  Course includes instructor manual.  This certification is good for 3 years.  Lunch is  provided and included in the cost of this course. For additional information or to register, contact Carrie Wilson (cwilson@coa-yfc.org, 715-366-2234)

Basic Archery Instructor Certification

In this 8 hour certification course you'll learn how to accurately shoot a bow, teach beginner archers, manage a basic archery program, repair equipment and change lives through archery.  Course includes instructor manual.  This certification is good for 3 years.  Lunch is  provided and included in the cost of this course. For additional information or to register, contact Carrie Wilson (cwilson@coa-yfc.org, 715-366-2234)
 

American Red Cross First Aid & CPR/AED for Adult and Child

Learn how to care for victims to include:

Rescue breathing
CPR First aid for choking
Using a breathing barrier and disposable gloves
Bleeding control
Splinting
Recognizing signals of a heart attack
Caring for sudden illness
Caring for head, neck and back injuries    

American Red Cross First Aid & CPR/AED for Adult and Child Recertification

This challenge course will allow those with a current or expired less than one year First Aid certificate to renew their first aid as well as their CPR. Those who have a current First Aid certificate that need their CPR reviewed can also take this course. No coaching is given and participants will complete all practical and written test portions of this certification.

For additional information or to register, contact Carrie Wilson (cwilson@coa-yfc.org, 715-366-2234)

American Red Cross Lifeguarding Course

The purpose of the lifeguarding course is to teach participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. The course content and activities prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drowning and injuries. This course will include the First aid certificate and the CPR/AED for Lifeguards. There will be a written and practical test at the end of the course.

Prerequisites:

Leave No Trace Trainer

The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics teaches people how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly.  The Trainer Course is a vital component of the nationwide Leave No Trace program. It is a shortened version of the Master Educator course, in which participants receive introductory training in Leave No Trace skills and ethics in a condensed two-day format.  For additional information or to register, contact Carrie Wilson (cwilson@coa-yfc.org, 715-366-2234)

Wilderness Skills Training

This course will cover skills for trip leaders going on short to medium length trips in non remote sites.  Skills covered will include fire building, stove use (gas and propane), tent set up and care, map reading, food safety, preparation and care, risk management, group management, weather and basic wilderness travel by canoe and/or backpack.  Participants must be an adult and should have a basic level of comfort in the out of doors. For additional information or to register, contact Carrie Wilson (cwilson@coa-yfc.org, 715-366-2234).

American Red Cross Wilderness First Aid

Wilderness First Aid is a 16 hour course designed to prepare you to deal with emergencies in remote locations.  The course includes both classroom time and hands on practice of skills.  There is a written and practical test.  Certification is good for three years.  Participants must show proof of current Adult CPR/AED certification. Lodging and meals are provided in the costs of the course.  For more information and to register, contact Carrie Wilson (cwilson@coa-yfc.org, 715-366-2234).

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