Tali Atsila Outdoor Skills (TAOS)

11th ANNIVERSARY EDITION!

First Training Session – October 21, 2017 @ Scoutland
Course Weekend – November 10-12, 2017 @ Scoutland

Must Be Able to Attend both sessions!

Tali Atsila (pr. Ta-lee A-chee-lah) is an Advanced Outdoor Skills Training course offered by the Northeast Georgia Council and is a training course specifically designed to take leaders through a series of hands on experiences in fundamental elements of the Outdoor Program:

Cooking, Pioneering, Map & Compass, and Woods Tools, along with other outdoor skills. The Tali Atsila staff consists of Scouters with vast experience in Outdoor Program. Who better to teach you how to be a Scout’s “Smartest Person in the World” than several of the most experienced Scouters around?

Who, When, Where & How to Register…

Click here to download the 2017 TAOS flyer!

Click here to register.   Each participant will receive a hat at course weekend.  T-Shirts, with fully embroidered course logo, are available for purchase, but must be pre-ordered.  Click here for t-shirt orders.

The last day to register will be Saturday, October 21. Participation is limited to 32 participants due to the hands on nature of the course. The registration fee includes some meals and all program materials for the course.

Any registered adult Scouter is welcome to attend.

The course fee is $80.00 per participant.

Course Dates & Locations:

First Training Session will be held on Saturday, October 21, 2017 and will begin promptly at 10:00 AM at the Big House at Scoutland at Lake Lanier in Gainesville, GA.

The First Training Session is mandatory for all participants.

Each participant should bring the following: pocket knife, whetstone, camp saw (bow saw), hand axe, 8-10 inch mill bastard file, leather gloves, knuckle guard, file handle, safety eyewear, and sturdy boots (see Boy Scout handbook).

Course Weekend will be held November 10-12, 2017, at Scoutland on Lake Lanier in Gainesville.

Participants will be outdoors the entire weekend and sleeping in tents. (No, really). This will begin Friday, November 11 promptly at 3:00 PM, participants must arrive and set up prior to this time, and will conclude Sunday, November 13 shortly past sundown. Please do not commit to the training if you will be unable to meet the time commitments.

Last day to register will be Saturday, October 21st.  Participation is limited to 32 participants due to the hands on nature of the course. The registration fee includes some meals and all program materials for the course.

Questions?

Please contact Nick Wimberley, Course Director, for further questions or call him at (706) 492-3848.