Difference between revisions of "Outdoor Adventure Skills by Topic"

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* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Fire | Fire]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Fire | Fire]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills First Aid Survival Kits | First Aid & Survival Kits]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills First Aid Survival Kits | First Aid & Survival Kits]]
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Knots & Ropes | Knots]]
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* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Knots | Knots & Ropes ]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Nature | Nature]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Nature | Nature]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Navigation | Navigation]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Navigation | Navigation]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Shelters | Shelters]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Shelters | Shelters]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Tools | Tools (Knives, Axes, Saws)]]
 
* [[Outdoor Adventure Skills Tools | Tools (Knives, Axes, Saws)]]

Revision as of 08:34, 9 September 2018

This perspective shows the common topics of each stage of various OAS badges, with increasing knowledge, accomplishment, and responsibilities as stages increase. It may help in planning sessions/activities and organizing resources.

The following was adapted from an outdoor skill training course presentation by Steve Matheson:

OAS Badges by Topics

Each OAS badge is divided into topics, which have greater levels of proficiency or experience as stages increase:

OAS-camping.png OAS-emergency-aid.png OAS-scoutcraft.png OAS-trail.png OAS-winter.png

Individual Topics

Topics that cross multiple OAS badges: