Outdoor Activities I

Course: FAM1070


This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):

With the focus of promoting optimal social, emotional and physical development, child and youth care practitioners plan and implement outdoor recreational and therapeutic activities as a means to achieve goals and encourage values related to healthy lifestyles and development. Students plan and participate in an active camping trip. Through this trip experience, students develop knowledge and skills in basic camping tasks, outdoor therapeutic programming, team work and safety procedures. Demonstrations and skill practice sessions are aimed at exposing students to new activities, and ensuring their comfort in participating and leading youth in summer outdoor adventures.

Prerequisites

ENL1813S and ENL1902F and FAM0001 and FAM1054 and FAM1058 and FAM1066 and FAM1067 and FAM1255 and FAM1258 and FAM1259 and FAM1271 and FAM1702


All sections for this course are in progress.