Winter Travel & Survival / Level 2
Specialization Winter Travel & Survival – Wilderness Guide / CSWI – Level 2
CSWI – Level 2 = WGA Wilderness Guide, Boreal Forest Level 2 (Back Country) , Training Level 3 (Guide Expert) and Specialization Winter Travel & Survival
This course is open for Level 1 Guides and other experienced people with enough knowledge of oriëntering and wilderness travel and survival in general.
1- Bushcraft / Wilderness living Skills
2- Orienteering / Routefinding
3- Wintertravel & Survival
4- Hunter Education Course
5- Avalanche Awareness
6- Tracking, Flora & Fauna
7- WFA re-training
8- 24 Hours solo test (only for Level 2 students, other participants will be tested, but not on a solo)
Total course description in the ‘menu’
Duration of this course:
14 days Canada (Arrival – Departure )
– Overnighting’s in a Cabin, Hostel, Ranch and (of course) in a Quinzee, tents and/or shelter.
6 days France ( Jura winter training)
– overnighting in a quinzee, shelter and/or tent
4 days Netherlands
-Overnighting in a shelter and/or tent
Guides 2020: David Holder and Raoul Kluivers.
Instructors 2020: David Holder, Raoul Kluivers, Ross Hinter, Tim Mearns, Tracey Klettl
Dates: See menu
(The next level 2 course is in February 2020 )
2020: € 2900,-
Payment due upon registration: € 750,-
( if you have a pair of snowshoes for personal use, € 100,- discount)
If you live in Canada, I suggest contacting Raoul Kluivers at email@example.com (cc firstname.lastname@example.org) . Rates are different for Canadadians (due to several reasons, like car ownership and preparation in Canada instead of Europe)
Course study material
Transportation in Canada
Meals, food, beverages
Return ticket Netherlands/Canada
Transportation in Europe.
Transportation from Calgary airport to Cochrane or Banff (and vise versa)
Accommodation upon arrival and departure.
Minimum number of students: 4
Maximum number of students: 8