Outdoor Education NCEA 2
Course DetailsLevel 2 Optional 21-24 Credits
Purpose:This is a practical course with a theory component. Students are able to gain credits on the National Framework Qualifications system. Kayaking, Camping, Navigation, Weather, High Ropes, Tramping, Rock Climbing and Adventure based learning. Assessed by practical field trips and book work.
Entry Requirements:HOF/TIC approval.
Course Contribution:$285 for practical training and trips
Some or all of the following will be offered:
|20128||Roll a sea kayak||2||2||Internal|
|20138||Select, set up and maintain a mountain or cycle touring bike||2||3||Internal|
|20159||Gather and apply weather information to an outdoor recreation activity||2||2||Internal|
|425||Experience day tramps||2||3||Internal|
|444||Demonstrate basic rock climbing movement||2||1||Internal|
|457||Mountain bike on intermediate to expert terrain||2||2||Internal|
|473||Demonstrate personal and social development through participation in high rope course activities.||2||3||Internal|
|476||Roll a kayak||2||2||Internal|
|489||Demonstrate sea kayaking skills on sheltered or slow-moving water||2||3||Internal|
|91330||Perform physical activity in an applied setting||2||4||Internal|