If you are interested in working with horses in the tourism industry or want to improve your skills in the backcountry – this program is for you!
Students can gain more knowledge for personal hunting experiences, combine with the outfitter program, or simply become more confident with their skills as a hunting guide.
The techniques taught are tried and true, with some stemming from the British Military, and some from the Métis and First Nations of long ago who knew how to live in this harsh winter land.
This is a required course before tags can be purchased in Alberta. The 3-4 day course will go over each module in detail with some hands on practice.
Looking to get into guiding but you don’t want to do a 2 year college certification? We offer recognized courses to get into the guiding world as well as for updating certification.
Outdoor cooking involves certification in food safety and handling, and will provide basics for cooking for clients in the back country. We also add some knowledge of local plants to spice up your meals.
The Outdoor Council of Canada is a nationally incorporated, non-profit organization. The purpose is to ensure that the Canadian tradition of connection with the natural world is maintained.
Equine First Aid
This is a great course to take for all horse owners. For instructors this course is a way to earn professional development credits and will provide discounts through Capri and Intercity insurance.