Here you can find a variety of resources you may find helpful.
The Skills and Development Database is a project I undertook for Orienteering Canada between 2015 and 2019. The resulting site contains information about Orienteering Canada's Long Term Athlete Development Model, the skills athletes should be learning, and links to various related resources.
Check it out at skills.orienteering.ca
Orienteering Ottawa has generously allowed me to share a year's worth of lesson plans I created for them in 2018. Feel free to take inspiration from them here.
Here is a fun map and story about a multilevel sprint map I created and used for a training session in 2021.
In 2020 I developed a presentation discussing different map reading strategies and techniques and how they are used by elite orienteers. The presentation is an hour long.Watch presentation
Over the years I have written a couple of case study articles about lidar both for my own reference and in the hopes that others may learn from them in order to become more proficient mappers. You can find the first two of these articles here:Comparing Lidar Data Sources
In 2023 I started creating a set of reference sheets that, in a concise useful way, show the minimum dimensions for various gaps and symbols as listed in the IOF mapping specifications. You can find them in this article.