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Jeremyv

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Traveler I

I am sales for a HVAC supply house. We sell anything from furnace parts and plumbing supplies all the way to industrial valves and systems. Plan on working my way up slowly I the company to help fund my hobbies even more.
 
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Fozzy325

Rank V
Member

Traveler I

2,194
Calgary, AB, Canada
Member #

15226

I once had a life of adventure in the military, Mountain Rescue, Cave Rescue, International first responder in disasters.

Now I sit behind a computer and have a function of Global Cyber Resilience Thought Leader. (e.g. I visit people, give my opinion and site behind a computer hating my life)

What I want to do is to open up a Centre of Excellence for Adventure sport centre in the Rockies.

Teach the following to kids, cadets, schools, problem children/adults and adult courses.

Basic skills and sports:-
Fell Running,
Map Reading (Skill)
Mountain/Alpine Bike
Orienteering (Competitive sport)
rope work (knots, etc)

Alpine Skills:-
Rock Climbing,
Ice Climbing
Alpine Climbing
Alpine skiing
Telemarking
langlauf (E.g. Cross country Skiing)

Water skills:-
White Water kayak - (Olympic sport)
White Water rafting,
Canadian Canoe (Olympic Sport)
Rowing (Olympic Sport)
Sail boat (FIN, LaserOlympic Sport)

Winter skills:-
Snow cave,
Igloo building
Snow Climbing Anchor
Avalanche Layering
Snow flake identification
Fall Arrest - Crampons and Ice pick
Fall Arrest - No Safety Gear,

Educational Vocational courses
MLTB (International Mountain Leader)(Mountain Training Association.)(AMI - Association of Mountain leaders)
  • The mountain environment
  • An overview of the legal and economic situation in countries in which IML award holders work
  • Group management and the responsibilities of the group leader
  • Teaching
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Physical ability
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Security in mountainous terrain
  • Emergency procedures
  • Bivouac and survival skills
  • Expeditions
  • Snow-covered terrain
Overland courses
- Leadership
- Group Rescue
- Self Rescue
- Overland Equipment and quality identification
- VHF/UHF/HF HAM communications
- Weather
- Navigation
- Camping
- Emergency Procedures
- Planning
- Basic First aid (Mountain)
Helicopter Marchalling
- SAR

Survival Courses
- Edible fruits, nuts, plants
- Building Shelter
- Building heat
- Gathering Water
- Developing Purification systems
- Hunting
- Tracking
- medical plants
- Signalling

First Aid Courses and Qualifications
- Rural
- Backwoods
- Mountain
- Heat
- Cold/Snow
 

SCtundra

Rank I
Member

Traveler I

271
mrytle beach
First Name
Josh
Last Name
Rea
Member #

8028

I once had a life of adventure in the military, Mountain Rescue, Cave Rescue, International first responder in disasters.

Now I sit behind a computer and have a function of Global Cyber Resilience Thought Leader. (e.g. I visit people, give my opinion and site behind a computer hating my life)

What I want to do is to open up a Centre of Excellence for Adventure sport centre in the Rockies.

Teach the following to kids, cadets, schools, problem children/adults and adult courses.

Basic skills and sports:-
Fell Running,
Map Reading (Skill)
Mountain/Alpine Bike
Orienteering (Competitive sport)
rope work (knots, etc)

Alpine Skills:-
Rock Climbing,
Ice Climbing
Alpine Climbing
Alpine skiing
Telemarking
langlauf (E.g. Cross country Skiing)

Water skills:-
White Water kayak - (Olympic sport)
White Water rafting,
Canadian Canoe (Olympic Sport)
Rowing (Olympic Sport)
Sail boat (FIN, LaserOlympic Sport)

Winter skills:-
Snow cave,
Igloo building
Snow Climbing Anchor
Avalanche Layering
Snow flake identification
Fall Arrest - Crampons and Ice pick
Fall Arrest - No Safety Gear,

Educational Vocational courses
MLTB (International Mountain Leader)(Mountain Training Association.)(AMI - Association of Mountain leaders)
  • The mountain environment
  • An overview of the legal and economic situation in countries in which IML award holders work
  • Group management and the responsibilities of the group leader
  • Teaching
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Physical ability
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Security in mountainous terrain
  • Emergency procedures
  • Bivouac and survival skills
  • Expeditions
  • Snow-covered terrain
Overland courses
- Leadership
- Group Rescue
- Self Rescue
- Overland Equipment and quality identification
- VHF/UHF/HF HAM communications
- Weather
- Navigation
- Camping
- Emergency Procedures
- Planning
- Basic First aid (Mountain)
Helicopter Marchalling
- SAR

Survival Courses
- Edible fruits, nuts, plants
- Building Shelter
- Building heat
- Gathering Water
- Developing Purification systems
- Hunting
- Tracking
- medical plants
- Signalling

First Aid Courses and Qualifications
- Rural
- Backwoods
- Mountain
- Heat
- Cold/Snow
If this ever become a reality I would love to apply I have many years of SAR experience. Currently a firefighter EMT and SAR tech for North Carolina