NRS 432A.410
Training of staff.

Each member of the staff of an outdoor youth program, including intern members, must be properly trained before they may participate in the program. The training required by this section must be approved by the Division and:


Consist of:


Not less than 7 days of academic instruction; and


Not less than 21 days of practical instruction in the field.


Include instruction in:


Leadership and the exercise of good judgment;


The maintenance of a daily log;


Management of the behavior of clients;


Skills and techniques for the counseling, teaching and supervision of clients;


Skills and techniques for conducting expeditions without adversely affecting the environment;


The procurement, preparation and conservation of water, food and shelter in the field;


Procedures for sanitation;


Navigational skills;


Precautions for local environmental conditions;


First aid, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and other medical information that is useful in the field;


Procedures for and the use of equipment to maintain the safety of clients;


Procedures to be used in emergencies;


Relevant federal, state and local laws and regulations; and


Such other information, skills and techniques as the Division deems necessary.

Source: Section 432A.410 — Training of staff., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-432A.­html#NRS432ASec410.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

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