|1.||Demonstrate safe practice of outdoor education/recreation activities;|
|2.||Identify and assess potential risks to individuals and groups in a range of outdoor activities;|
|3.||Enact effective responses to varied incidents in remote areas; and,|
|4.||Collate and respond to legal and organisational policy on safe outdoor education/recreation practice.|
|Other||Complete wilderness first aid qualification (hurdle task)||0%|
|Exercise||Completion of multiple choice questions relating to online content||20%|
|Presentation||Incident scenario evaluation and response||20%|
|Laboratory Work||Field lab 1 practical skills and knowledge||30%|
|Laboratory Work||Field lab 2 practical skills and knowledge||30%|
River Rescue: A Manual for Whitewater Safety
Dickson, T. J., & Gray, T. L. (2011).
Cambridge University Press
The back country classroom, 2nd edn,
Drury, JK, Bonney, BF, Berman, D & Wagstaff, MC 2005,
Falcon Press, Montana
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