Become an accredited Day walk Assistant Leader with this industry recognised course.
The course has 3 days content, usually made up of 2 evening sessions and 2 days in the field. There is some pre reading.
Ideal for teachers, youth workers, personal trainers, therapists, coaches and interested bushwalkers.
The course upskills and then assesses your competence as an assistant day walk leader.
Part Two: Day Walk Leadership Certificate $130.00
To achieve the Day Walk Leader Certificate, candidates need:
This final assessment is accompanied by a BLSA Trainer & Assessor. (Assessment fee $130.00)
Rod Quintrell, 0450 461 425
OR contact the Assessments Portfolio holder:
Gordon Begg; 0428 974 759,
Part One: Course Enrolment Fee: $285.00
Part Two: Day Walk Leadership Certificate Assessment Fee: $130.00
Place secured with full payment.
Adelaide & Adelaide Hills.
Course payment must accompany enrolment form. Payment options provided on course enrolment form.
The following information briefly describes the contents of the course.
The Day Walk Leadership program is equivalent to a 3 day program which will consist of 2 evenings and one weekend.
On receipt of registration and payment further details and course notes will be provided.
This program is designed to Train Leaders who wish to assist a leader with groups on Day Walks on recognised trails, within 1 hour of outside assistance. Maximum group ratio 1:12 and maximum group size of 20. Walks should be limited to one day duration and extreme weather to be avoided.
The course is also relevant for bushwalkers who wish to further their skill base.
Candidates who display competence in the selected activities will gain this qualification at the completion of the 3 day course.
This program is designed to Train Leaders who wish to lead groups on Day Walks on recognised trails, within 1 hour of outside assistance. Maximum group ratio 1:12 and maximum group size of 20. Walks should be limited to one day duration and extreme weather to be avoided.
We believe this course will provide you with valuable skills and knowledge to become a competent leader.
(For Leading overnight bushwalking and camping, view Bushwalking Assistant Leadership Training.)
This course can be used as the first /and second part of a training pathway.