Beginner Tracker is a full 1 day course on basic man-tracking professionally instructed by Terry Grant. Learn the basic skills he has used over many years to Track His Prey!
If you have an interest in Search and Rescue (SAR), hunting, outdoor life including camping and hiking or just experiencing and applying the primitive skills used by our ancestors, this introductory level course is for you. It will give you a taste for the ancient art and science of animal tracking and human tracking (man-tracking) which can be applied to various civilian (personal), law enforcement or military applications.
Beginner Tracker is suitable for individuals of all ages, groups and specialty organizations who want to learn the basics skills. It is also the first level of training required if you wish to continue on to other advanced mantracking courses.
In this 1 day course you will learn how to:
Use a tracking stick
Work as a team (Hasty Team)
Mark and preserve tracks then find the next one
Recognize and follow different types of sign
Track recognition – is it human or animal
Recognize prints on various types of terrain
Identify shoe styles
and more! Terry tends to cover alot of ground!
A typical Schedule for this course:
9-noon- Outdoor Tracking
noon-1pm Break for Lunch
1pm – 5pm Exercise and fieldwork
At the end of the day, you will take home a “Beginner Tracker – Certificate of Completion” certified by Mr. Terry Grant.
Pricing: $225.00 Canadian + gst.
NOTE: Beginner Tracker and Track Aware courses may be booked at the same time and discounts will apply. See Track Aware course info for details.
Contact Terry for availability
Location: Anchor D Guiding and Outfitting,
SW of Calgary, Alberta
**Dates may vary dependant on group sizes and location.
** This is a one day course which can be booked “on Location” for groups of 10-12 participants. Terry will come to you, travel expenses will be added. (Contact us directly for rates and availability).
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