Off campus field laboratories in this unit may require a levy for incidental fees for accommodation, transport and camping.
Please note: this unit will be delivered during the summer semester due to environmental constraints.
|1.||Distinguish the specific equipment and food planning requirements for the environment of travel;|
|2.||Review place based indigenous history and ways of knowing relative to the natural environment of travel;|
|3.||Substantiate knowledge of flora and fauna in the natural environment of travel; and,|
|4.||Demonstrate the required skills and techniques to manage personal well-being and safety in remote natural environments.|
|Assignment||Menu and Equipment Plan||15%|
|Assignment||Written assignment (Place based indigenous environmental investigation)||20%|
|Test||Environment Specific Flora and Fauna||15%|
|Laboratory Work||Log Book and Reflective Journal||50%|
Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming.
Priest, S., & Gass, M. A. (2018)
Champaign, Illinois : Human Kinetics, 
Australian Alps: Kosciuszko, Alpine and Namadgi National Parks
Slattery, D. (2015)
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