To enable students to acquire the theoretical and practical skills to be an independent member of a peer tramping group on well-formed and well-marked track systems in bush environments.
Demonstrate a wide range of technical bush skills.
Identify and apply strategies to manage the effects of weather, avalanche awareness, risks, hazards, and logistical issues within an organisation's safety management plan when leading self and peers in bush walking contexts.
Use knowledge to apply place responsive practices when leading self and peers in bush walking contexts.
Demonstrate and reflect on self-management skills and professional attitudes required of an outdoor and adventure education practitioner when leading self and peers in bush walking contexts.
Demonstrate knowledge, care, and maintenance of tramping equipment and protective clothing.