The Leader Recognition Program is to recognize and appreciate the contributions of trip leaders to ACCVI.

The trip leader with the most number of trip points accumulated between January 1 and December 31st each year, will be eligible to win a fashionable Arc'teryx soft shell jacket embroidered with the ACC logo. Additionally, the next 3 trip leaders on the score board will be awarded a $100 MEC gift card, and the next 2 a $50 gift card. If a leader wins a jacket more than once, we will consider other prizes.

To see the cumulative points as of the end of 2016 follow this link

Leader badges for “outdoor trips” will be awarded at the AGM every year.  These badges may include the numbers 10, 25, 50, or 75, (cumulative points since Jan 1 2015).

Trip-points are accumulated in the following way: 

  • Each trip you lead, will score 1 point per day. For example, if you lead a 3 day alpine trip, you will score 3 points, or a day hiking trip you will score 1 point.  This includes both trip coordinators and camp managers. 
  • Trips that are coordinated by two trip leaders or a leader and a mentor leader will score full points for each leader. Both leaders have to show up and let the Leadership Recognition Co-ordinator leaderpoints@accvi.ca, know that there are more than 1 leader.   
  • If a trip is cancelled, or if no participants sign up, 1/2 of a point is given. 
  • Socials or evenings events will receive 1/2 of a point.
  • Training co-ordinators receive 1/2 of a point for booking training outings from outside sources. 

To accumulate points:

  1. Post trips on the schedule schedule@accvi.ca . (Scheduler can also provide more info on posting a trip)
  2. Have these trips take place, including having waivers signed
  3. Send your waivers in to librarian@accvi.ca .

Trip points will be posted on the website, under “trips led” only after the waiver is received, by the librarian. No waiver – no points. Points will be reported periodically in the monthly Bushwhacker. In the case of a tie or multiple people with equal points, we will consider trip difficulty or split the prize.  

If you are interested in becoming a trip co-ordinator, please read Trip Leader Handbook or becoming a trip leader or mentor, see the Trip Mentor Guide

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