|1.||Scrutinise industry standard risk management processes for Natural Environments;|
|2.||Substantiate professional knowledge surrounding risk, duty of care and legal liability;|
|3.||Develop risk management plans to provide for the safety and well-being of individuals and groups in natural environments; and,|
|4.||Analyse industry applicable scenarios for risk and safety application for specific user groups.|
|Test||Online test - Risk, Duty of Care, Legal liability||15%|
|Report||Industry Standards Report||25%|
|Case Study||Hazard Identification Risk Assessment Case Study||20%|
|Report||Report on Industry Applicable Risk Management Scenarios||40%|
Risk Management in the Outdoors: A whole of organisation approach for education, sport and recreation.
Dickson, T. J., & Gray, T. L., (2012)
Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom
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