Indoor Overnight - Live Webinar
Learn the basics of what you need to know for overnight adventures indoors. This class is the first step for progression for outdoor camping and/or travel. Learn more about the forms you need for any kind of trip. Adventure awaits! Learn to do it safely and within your budget. Take this class 6-8 weeks before you plan your first indoor overnight activity. This allows for planning progression with your troop and proper paperwork approval. This is the first class required in the overnight progression for an adult to take a group on an indoor overnight experience where girls sleep in an indoor structure, i.e. cabin, community room, home. (This includes slumber parties where food is provided, purchased, or the girls cook in a conventional kitchen.)
The following is NOT covered in this class and additional training is required after Indoor Overnight:
1. Use of fires, fireplaces, outdoor cooking, BBQ, fire pits, hatchets, propane stoves and propane lanterns, sleeping in the backyard, tents, etc. Next step in training: Camping Skills
2. Compartmentalized overnights (hotels, hostels, time shares, other rentals, etc.) are considered travel activities. Next step in training: Domestic Troop Travel.
3. Travel for 3 or more nights to any location (excluding a Federal Holiday) Next step in training: Domestic Troop Travel
Prerequisites: In order to fulfill the requirement for your Indoor Overnight Training, complete these additional online courses at http://gsglaonlinetraining.org. If you don’t have an account already, you will need to create one.
Be a Troop Volunteer section: Select “Troop Camper” or “Troop Travel Advisor,” under Prerequisites, select “Indoor Overnight.”
Complete these courses under the Prerequisites Tab:
- Safety-Wise (4 modules)
- Stepping Out (1 module)
- Troop Chaperone/Helper (1 module)
- Troop Driver Safety (2 modules)
For your convenience, the topics that are available online will be minimized in the presentation.