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Outdoor Recreation Courses including; 4WD, Adventure Therapy, Camps, Canoeing, Canyoning, Caving, Challenge Ropes, Climbing, Conferences / Conventions, Ecotourism, First Aid, Fishing, Hiking / Bushwalking, Holiday Programs, Horse Riding, Journeys, Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Overseas Expeditions, Outdoor Education, Outdoor Recreation, Paddle Sports, Parks / Environmental Science, PTE, Professional Development, Racing Training, Rafting, Rescue, RTO, Sailing, Sea Kayaking, SCUBA / Snorkelling, Short Courses, Skydiving, Snow Sports, Stand Up Paddling, Surfing, Survival / Skills Courses, TAFE / Polytechnic, Universities, Workshops / Seminars
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This course provides a comprehensive program where you will develop professional skills to manage and lead activities and events across the sport and outdoor recreation industries. You will receive practical, vocational experience through industry-based placements.
This course allows for specialization in physical education, creativity and the arts, home economics, humanities and social sciences, mathematics teaching, outdoor education and science.
Diverse careers in outdoor education teaching, adventure based eco tourism, environmental education and adventure education teaching.
Outdoor Recreation in the School of Health Sciences, aims to provide essential knowledge, practical skills and leadership opportunities to individuals who want to work in the outdoor industry. The course is designed to meet a growing demand in Western Australia for qualified individuals within recreation, adventure tourism, eco-tourism and educational settings.
Graduate Diploma of Outdoor and Environmental Education. The program combines the study of Outdoor and Environmental Education knowledge, skills and values with the development of competence and experience in outdoor activities. Outdoor activities are viewed as approaches to gaining access to more natural settings and as a medium for developing human / nature relationships.
Website : http://federation.edu.au
Recreation, Sport and Adventure in Outdoor Environments. An analysis of mountain-based, land-based, water-based, and other categories of natural resource-based recreation.
Website : http://www.lincoln.ac.nz
Bachelor of Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage) provides you with the in‐depth knowledge and skills required to manage Australia’s National Reserve System ‐ particularly how to conserve these unique landscapes and the plants and animals they contain for future generations.
Graduate Certificate in Applied Science (Outdoor Recreation)
Website : http://www.unisa.edu.au