Whether you are an outdoor adventurer or if your idea of going outdoors is your backyard—we’ve got you covered. Be prepared for interactive events and classes. Base Camp will provide all that you need- experienced instructors, hands on activities, enthusiasm and the materials that are needed!
Every Saturday that program is running, some type of interactive training will be taking place. Check out the classes that are offered each season. Registration is required (so that we have enough instructors and equipment)
Wilderness First Aid-
The Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course will help you prepare for the unexpected. This fast paced, hands-on training is designed to meet the needs of trip leaders, camp staff, outdoor enthusiasts and individuals working in remote locations. It will introduce you to caring for people who become ill or injured far from definitive medical care.
Classroom lectures and demonstrations are combined with realistic scenarios where mock patients will challenge you to integrate your learning. At the end of the course, you’ll have the knowledge, skills and ability to make sound decisions in emergency situations.
American Red Cross and Basic First Aid –
The second Saturday of every month, New England Base Camp offers either American Red Cross CPR and Basic First Aid. Each course lasts for approximately 3 hours and you will leave certified in the given course.
Jan. 9th – CPR
Feb. 13th – Basic First AidMarch 12 – CPR
April 9th – Basic First Aid
May 14th – CPR
June 11th – Basic First Aid
Rock Climbing Instructor and High Ropes Course Instructor Course-
Do you have experience climbing and want to up your game? Interested in bringing your family/Scout Unit/Church group out onto the rock, but are not sure if you are ready? Or perhaps you have experience, but want to learn more. The Rock Climbing Instructor course will include indoor skills, bouldering, anchor support, high and low ropes course and much more. All needed equipment, so sign up today.
This course runs April 15th through the 17th.
It takes a special type of person to run the low and high levels of a ropes course. This course focuses on teaching those skills needed to help those participating get the most of their experience and how to safely set up, run and take down the ropes course. This course will involve multiple rope courses in the area of New England Base Camp.
This course runs May 13th through the 15th.
Not all trainings are about learning an individual skill, teams need to to learn how to communicate and work together as one. We facilitate team building trainings which will help your team become more productive and work closer together. Our facilitator has over 15 years in the corporate training world. These are available Monday through Saturday.
Call 617-615-0004 today to book your Team Building Experience
BB and Archery Instructor-
Learn how to run a bb range and an archery range safely. We will cover safety rules, get hands on experience and learn about other shooting sports programs. The day will conclude with hands on experience with youth to get some practical experience.
Introduction to Outdoor Skills-
Out mantra at Base Camp is “Let’s Play Outside”. Sometimes it is easier said than done. We offer introduction courses in outdoor cooking, hiking and introduction to camping. We help with the planning, needed gear and hands on practical experience. Class sizes are limited, so sign up today!
This fall we have three introduction classes set up. Build up your skills today at New England Base Camp
Jan. 16th Winter Camping (Ages 11 and above)
Jan. 23rd Introduction to Snow Shoeing (1st through 5th grade)
Jan 30th Introduction to Snow Shoeing (6th through 12th grade)
Feb. 6th Introduction to Snow Shoeing (Adults only please)
Feb. 6th Introduction to Winter Camping (for adults of youth in grades 1st through 5th)
Feb. 13th Winter Cooking (Ages 11 and above)
Feb. 27th Developing a STEM program for youth
May 14th Ax Yard Instructor Certification
May 21st Canoeing with a group
June 4th Climb on Safely
June 11th Nature Workshops