|1.||Investigate lower catchment geomorphology, river health, macro invertebrates, and catchment management specifically relevant to the Murray-Darling basin visited in the unit of study;|
|2.||Exhibit the unique theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to live, travel, and lead safely in remote lower catchment river environments;|
|3.||Facilitate the skills of canoeing whilst integrating a place based approach to environmental and cultural interpretation relevant to the location; and|
|4.||Apply strategies to safely manage and lead groups in lower catchment river environments.|
|Laboratory Work||Field Classes - Technical Assessment||40%|
|Laboratory Work||Field Classes - Facilitation Assessment (Simulations)||35%|
|Assignment||Logbook (Knowledge and skills analysis)||10%|
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