|1.||Interpret knowledge on geology, geomorphology, Koori culture, and land management. specifically relevant to the places visited in the unit of study;|
|2.||Exhibit the theoretical knowledge and technical skills required to live, travel, and lead safely in rock environments;|
|3.||Manage a session of rock climbing that incorporates an integrated presentation of geology, geomorphology, Koori cultural, and land management, specifically relevant to the location; and,|
|4.||Adapt strategies to safely manage and lead groups in rock environments.|
|Report||Environment Research Report (group work)||20%|
|Test||Practical Test - Field Based Application of Skill and Knowledge||50%|
Rock Climbing : The AMGA Single Pitch Manual
Gaines, B., & Martin, J. D. (2014)
Guilford : Falcon Guides
Arapiles : A Million Mountains
Lockwood, K. (2007)
Natimuk, Vic. : Skink Press
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