Comm Rec Extreme Dot Com
Your one stop shopping guide to WJ Mouat’s Community Recreation Extreme Course.
Safety and Preparation Assignment Due Dates
Backcountry Basics: September 20
River Rules: October 5
Rock Talk: November 16 or before your first climbing Trip
Snow Safety: December 7
Hi, if you are wondering what this site is about, or are looking for info about this course, please click here: Course Info. You can also check out answers to our most frequently asked questions about the course here: FAQ If you want to know more about the course instructor, Mr. Mark Loewen…click here: About The Instructor.
If you are a current student, here’s how to navigate the website. To find out the schedule of adventure outings, click here: Adventure Outing Calendar. Click on the adventure outing you’re interested in in order to get a description of the event. On the description page will be a link to the permission forms you will need to submit to go on the outing. Each adventure outing has a certain number of hours attached to it. You need 100 hrs to successfully complete the course.
Once you have gone on an adventure outing, you must blog your experience in order to get credit for the hours. You can access our blog site here: Blogs. Once your blog is submitted Mr. Loewen is automatically notified and it will appear on the site. Guidelines for completing a blog can be viewed here: Blog Guidelines.
You will need to complete four safety and preparation learning modules to successfully complete this course. They are located here: Safety and Prep Learning Modules. All four must be successfully completed to get credit for the course.
If you are unable to accumulate enough adventure hours to successfully complete the course, you have the option of completing one of the major assignments to boost your adventure hour totals You can access them here: Major Assignments. Each is worth 25 adventure hours. You must seek approval from Mr. Loewen before starting on any of these.
Current course records can be viewed here: Course Records. Remember, you must complete all four safety and prep assignments and accumulate 100 hrs top get credit for this course. It’s not tough, but you need to plan ahead and stay on top of it.