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Until recently, I hadn't visited Australia or New Zealand in almost three years. Now, after having enjoyed a couple of trips to both in the past three months, I note that the outdoor education fields of each country are struggling with the leader certification and program accreditation issues that the UK and US have been through in decades past. On the basis of my past observations, recent interviews and discussions with leading folks in the fields, at least two years of living and travelling in both nations, and 20 years of research on these very topics, I feel confident that Australia and New Zealand can do a better job of addressing these issues than either the UK or US and can do so without repeating their mistakes. I will try to explain my reasoning in brief and concise terms. First, I'll define some key words. Second, I'll review some history regarding the three issues titled above. Third, I'll outline a blueprint for how these issues can be better addressed by Australia and New Zealand. Last, I'll set a challenge for folks to take up at their next national meetings. Hope it works!

GENRE
Professionnel et technique
SORTIE
2000
1 juillet
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
8
Pages
ÉDITEUR
Outdoor Council of Australia
TAILLE
197.7
Ko

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