• Skills to allow for safe and responsible outdoor recreation practice
  • Safety management practices for specific outdoor recreation activities
  • Basic navigation techniques
  • Weather forecasting basics
  • About sustainable practice and responsibly managing the environment
  • Self-awareness and planning skills.
  • Participate in a selection of land-based and/or aquatic outdoor activities (eg. mountain biking, hiking, stand up paddle boarding, snorkelling)
  • Do a fun or challenge activity aimed at developing group cooperative skills or leadership
  • Go online and check the weather, get maps and plan travel times for a class excursion
  • Have a debate about park entry fees, camping rules, litter or beach four wheel driving laws
  • Reflect on how self-confidence can be improved by doing outdoor activities.
  • Is comfortable to try a wide selection of outdoor recreation activities including land-based and aquatic environments 
  • Likes working outside in the bush, beach or other natural environments 
  • Enjoys personal and group learning with a strong practical focus.

Course Overview

You have

  • No previous experience
  • An appropriate level of physical capacity and willingness to undertake outdoor activities.

TASC course

Outdoor Experiences 1

May lead to

  • Outdoor Education 2
  • Community Sport and Recreation 2 
  • VET Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation