|1.||Report on snow hydrology, winter alpine ecology, and Alpine Resort management relevant to the alpine places visited in the unit of study;|
|2.||Exhibit the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to live, travel, and lead safely in remote winter alpine environments;|
|3.||Lead a day of ski touring within a longer multi day tour that incorporates an integrated presentation of place based environmental and cultural knowledge specifically relevant to the location; and,|
|4.||Apply strategies to safely manage and lead groups in winter alpine environments.|
|Laboratory Work||Technical Skills||35%|
|Laboratory Work||Leading and Guiding (Simulations)||35%|
|Presentation||Group Presentation - Audio Visual Presentation of Alpine Environments||15%|
|Assignment||Logbook (Observations and experiences of place)||15%|
Winter in the wilderness. [electronic resource] : a field guide to primitive survival skills
Hall, D., & Ulrich, J. (2015)
Ithaca : Comstock Publishing Associates, a division of Cornell University Press
Australian Alps: Kosciuszko, Alpine and Namadgi National Parks
Slattery, D. (2015)
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