Decision Making for the Experienced Backcountry Traveler - Seattle - 2012

Avalanche Safety Course

Decision Making for the Experienced Backcountry Traveler

Decision Making for the Experienced Backcountry Traveler

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Title: Decision Making for the Experienced Backcountry Traveler: Review and analysis of the ongoing challenges we face when managing avalanche risks in the mountains.

Goal: To provide a means of ongoing education and improvement in the decision making processes of experienced backcountry travelers.

Summary: This two-hour evening of lectures and interactive work will examine the 'in the moment' dynamics that can affect the decision making processes of experienced backcountry users.

Other Details: This evening is geared towards to people with a little to a lot of backcountry (skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing) experience who are looking to improve their decision making skills. Previous avalanche training, such as an avalanche level 1 or 2, is recommended, but not required.

Title: Decision Making for the Experienced Backcountry Traveler: Review and analysis of the ongoing challenges we face when managing avalanche risks in the mountains.

Goal: To provide a means of ongoing education and improvement in the decision making processes of experienced backcountry travelers.

Summary: This two-hour evening of lectures and interactive work will examine the 'in the moment' dynamics that can affect the decision making processes of experienced backcountry users.

Other Details: This evening is geared towards to people with a little to a lot of backcountry (skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing) experience who are looking to improve their decision making skills. Previous avalanche training, such as an avalanche level 1 or 2, is recommended, but not required.
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