|1.||Apply outdoor leadership safety theory in analysing and solving complex human centred problems;|
|2.||Interrogate varying ways of being an outdoor leader and develop strategies for effective leadership and teaching;|
|3.||Adapt theories of group management and dynamics to the outdoor environment to maximise engagement and solve complex human centred problems;|
|4.||Recognise and apply a range of leadership approaches; and,|
|5.||Identify and appraise the developing leaders identity, personal strengths and weaknesses in relation to outdoor leadership with responsibility and accountability.|
|Exercise||Online Module - Winter Mountain Environments Safety Preparation||20%|
|Practicum||Practicum A - Practical skills and field work (WIL equiv)||30%|
|Practicum||Practicum B - Practical skills and field work (WIL equiv)||30%|
|Assignment||Written assignments – Personal reflection and development plan||20%|
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