Adding Adventure to Nature-based Programmes and Interventions
Add adventure activities or experiences to your nature-based programmes and interventions. A course open to professionals offering outdoor and nature-based experiences.
Adding Adventure to Nature-based Programmes and Interventions is about adding adventure activities or experiences to your nature-based programmes and interventions. The course is open to professionals offering outdoor and nature-based experiences across education, therapy, wellness, and community service sectors. If you lead people in nature and have wanted to facilitate risk-based or challenging activities, this course is for you.
We will introduce concepts and definitions to get you thinking about adventure as an approach. Then we will work through how to match participants with activities, design and deliver those experiences, and evaluate and adjust as needed to ensure you are achieving your learning outcomes.
On Saturday (May 25) and Sunday (May 26), you will participate in a 2-hour live online video conference with the trainer (4 hours total).
What bonus benefits do I get with this course?
- Certificate of completion.
- 1-year access to FTHub Lectures: 40 hours of premium live online content from international experts.
- This course qualifies you to apply for an FTHub 3-day In-person Immersive Training in Nature.
What will you learn?
In this course, you’ll learn about the concepts of adventure and how you can engage and facilitate challenging or risk-based activities for your participants. Further, understanding adventure as an approach to education, growth and development will inform how you rationalise, design and facilitate adventure in your work.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for professionals keen on adding risk, challenge or adventure to their nature-based programmes and interventions. The course is ideal for educators, coaches, therapists, nature enthusiasts, and those seeking to integrate adventurous activities for participants.
Note: Outdoor activity leadership has inherent risks. This course is informational and does not constitute professional adventure leader training. Training and qualifications for specific environments and activities (to meet professional standards in your region) are the responsibility of every practitioner.