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Course code

BSOE715

Level

6

Credits

15.0

Estimated hours

150.0

To enable students to analyse and integrate the theoretical, philosophical, ethical and practical applications of facilitation in outdoor education and adventure therapy contexts in relation to people development

Learning outcomes

Examine a range of social, psychological and educational theories underpinning adventure therapy and personal/team development coaching.

Demonstrate the ability to use a range of facilitation skills, leadership and group management techniques and apply professional ethics when working in an adventure therapy and/or development coaching context.

Explore the agencies that provide adventure therapy or development coaching and design programmes/ sessions for their clients.