This course develops your skills and knowledge required to lead people on challenge ropes courses at conductor level. This course focuses on planning skills to make suitable arrangements to conduct a group on a high ropes course.
The course is aimed at those currently working in high ropes who are responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating high ropes programs.
You'll have a focus on effective and efficient facilitation skills and will learn to manage staff including high ropes facilitators, guides or support staff under supervision in a range of controlled conditions.
Sun, 27 Nov 2022 18:00:17 GMT
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$800 Fee For Service
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After completion, you will be able to apply for accreditation and credit transfer into the Certificate IV in Outdoor Leadership. This course is particularly suitable for scout leaders and other volunteer organisations that use high ropes as a regular activity for participants.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Personal safety equipment - climbing helmet and harness
Any applicant over the age of 18 years interested in becoming a qualified ropes leader.
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