This two day workshop has been designed by professionals for all levels of trail builders and enthusiasts. You will receive instruction on how to observe, detect and document potential risk resulting from poor trail design, construction and maintenance. This workshop combines in classroom theory and hands-on experiences. Participants will come away with a valuable Trails Manual and will complete a written test on key elements of the course.
This course will cover:
- Overview of Professional Trail Building
- The Science of Trail Building
- Maintenance of Trails
- Environmental Impacts
- Liability Issues
- Handwork and Trail Construction Techniques
DATE: October 3 & 4, 2017
TIME: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm both days
Wilmot Recreation Complex -Program Room
1291 Nafziger Road
Baden, ON N3A 0C4
OPA Member: $395.50
Potential Member: $621.50
Participants are required to have a CSA approved hard hat, safety glasses, closed toe safety shoes/boots, and gloves.
It is recommended that the participant bring with them the following equipment:
And/or any other trail building tools/equipment the organization, government agency or participant intends to use for trail design, building and maintenance. The idea behind having your own tools/equipment onsite is to allow the opportunity for it to be integrated into the course and suit the specific needs/wants and desires of the participants.
- pin flags
Please note: A bagged lunch is required at this course
This course is an Ontario Trails Council approved training program.