Craig Campbell

ADVG Diploma, (TRU);BA (Laurentian); MATM (Royal Roads)

Craig Campbell

Office: OM 1265
Phone: 250-320-7624


Craig has been an instructor in the Adventure Studies Department since 2013, and has been involved in Adventure Education since 2005. An early graduate of the TRU (Cariboo) Adventure guide program, Craig went on to found a successful whitewater rafting and activity re-selling business in the Kootenay region of British Columbia. He has worked extensively guiding/guide training for white-water kayaking, rafting, swiftwater rescue and canoeing.

Teaching Areas
  • Adventure programming
  • Instructional Skills
  • Business applications for adventure & Eco tourism
  • Adventure & Sport marketing
  • Tour operations
  • Whitewater Rafting
  • Trail based tourism field school
Academic Qualifications
  • Adventure Guide diploma, University College of the Cariboo (TRU)
  • BA, Laurentian University
  • MAtm, Royal Roads University, Victoria BC.
Professional Qualifications
  • BCROA (British Columbia River Outfitters Association) Instructor/Examiner, President
  • Rescue Canada, Swift water Rescue Instructor
  • Paddle Canada Moving water canoe Instructor
  • Wilderness Medical Associates: Wilderness First Responder
  • ISW, Instructional Skills Facilitator
Related industry involvement
  • MBTA Board Member (Mountain Bike Tourism Association of BC); land access sub committee
  • KBRA Board member & past president (Kamloops Bike Riders association); Sunrise trail planning committee
  • TOTA Experiences committee member
  • TRU Teaching & Learning committee and Student engagement committee member