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  • Rk Sharma India Safety and competence in adventure (knowledge and skills):- As outlined earlier, how safe an activity is, and appears to be, affects the whole adventure experience. For example, think of when you first climbed or rode a bike, the more competent your instructor the safer and more confident you felt. Likewise safety and technical skills have a large affect on the adventure experience. Instructors endeavour to deal with perceived risks. This allows the participants to experience concern, fear and challenge while keeping the real dangers at the lowest possible levels for the chosen activities or environment.
    2015-02-25 08:02:16

  • Muhammad Saleem Akhtar Pakistan How can we use knowledge and skills have to use for adventure.
    2015-01-05 02:01:38

  • Zachary Bashore United States of America What does knowledge and skill have to do with safety in adventure?
    2014-08-19 02:08:10

    • Phomolo Pitso Botswana when you have knowledge and skills of performing certain things you are at low risk of being in danger
      2015-01-29 11:01:36
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