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Outdoor Education - Outdoor Recreation and Land Management


Outdoor Education - Outdoor Recreation and Land Management

Outdoor Education - Outdoor Recreation and Land Management

Learn about outdoor recreation and land management


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Course Description

This second installment of the free Outdoor Education course examines the environmental impact of human activity and conservation, environmental management and sustainable living in the context of aboriginal Australia. This lesson is particularly valuable for those interested in adventure sports, outdoor activities and managing the environment for recreational purposes.

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Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course you will understand land commodity and the different views of the way we treat our environment. You will gain a knowledge of the World Conservation Strategy and management for conservation.
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You will know the different types of land uses such as commercial, recreational, conservation and the conflicts that can occur between these land choices today. This course will teach you the importance of land to the Aboriginal people of Australia and the respect and love they have for their land.
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Module Title
Ways of viewing the environment
Conservation
Recreation and land management
The Australian Aborigines
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Course Rating (By Learners)
Course Title Outdoor Education - Outdoor Recreation and Land Management
Course # 216
Course Publisher XSIQ
Course Category 85
Content Origin Australian School Curriculum
Course Description  This second installment of the free Outdoor Education course examines the environmental impact of human activity and conservation, environmental management and sustainable living in the context of aboriginal Australia. This lesson is particularly valuable for those interested in adventure sports, outdoor activities and managing the environment for recreational purposes.
License 
Release Date 28 February 2011
   
Content  
Course Duration (Avg Learner) 2-3 Hours
Video/Audio None
Audio Only Low
Animation Low
Assessments Yes
 
Education Level
Age appropriateness 16+ Years
Minimum Grade/Class Level Higher High Secondary School
 
Validation Level 5
ALISON Testing Yes
Certification Availability
PDF Download Yes
Parchment Yes
Framed Certification Yes
   
Merchandise Availability Yes
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  • Joe Way United States of America Very good. Gives great perspective to the important issues to consider. 2014-10-15 21:10:08
  • Kellie Kearney Australia This is a fantastic way for people to get a better understanding and as a nurse that would love to work with in an aboroginal community I think its a great step in the right direction. 2014-08-17 03:08:43
  • Calum Arundel United Kingdom excellent 2014-08-14 14:08:41
  • Alyssa Dewolfe Canada I really enjoyed the readings - very informative. 2014-06-09 17:06:03
  • Carlos Calderon United States of America Information introduced on this course was very informative and educational. Subject matter is very well reflected on this course. 2014-05-01 19:05:08
  • jantima boonburarungluang Thailand I want everybody turns to attend the environment more this than , because , our world begins hot go up every time , poles of the earth ice dissolves , white bear has no the residence , therefore should make our world is livable go up yes , , from , person Thai , 2011-05-21 04:05:31
  • Cyprain Humphrey Nigeria I love the course it is so fascinating,but I think it required patient and time to be able to comprehend it all. Thanks Cyprain 2011-03-20 19:03:23
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