Tallebudgera OEEC Training Courses

Tallebudgera OEEC Training Courses

Course schedule now available for 2020

Posted on 06.12.2019

Quality Outdoor Training

Information and schedules are now available for the 2020 Tallebudgera Outdoor and Environmental Education Centre‘s outdoor education training courses.

As a Registered Training Provider (#30685), the Centre provides a range of training courses for teachers, outdoor recreation leaders and school students, and offers blended course delivery involving a mixture of self-paced online learning, compulsory face-to-face training and assessment sessions, and the submission of assignment work and logbooks.

The next intake for courses is February 14th, 2020

Courses offered include:

Qualifications

Activity Specialisations

Go to Tallebudgera Outdoor and Environmental Education Centre or contact Will Hanrahan on whanr3@eq.edu.au for more info and course schedules.

Important Info

Location

  • All training days are based at Tallebudgera Outdoor and Environmental Education Centre and delivered around the southern end of the Gold Coast.
  • Assessments take place not more than about 1.5hrs from Tallebudgera Outdoor & Environmental Education Centre at various locations throughout Northern NSW & Southeast QLD.

Assessment Process

All participants will complete:

  • Precourse work (including online work),
  • One training & assessment weekend,
  • Major project tasks,
  • 2 assessment weekends in different locations (For Canoe and Bushwalking these assessment weekends are overnight events)
  • Participants on Canoe and Bushwalking courses need to attend an Assessment at Location 1 and an Assessment at Location 2.

Participant Numbers

  • We will have 4 intakes for our courses next year with each intake capped at 10 students.
  • All training and assessment weekends will run subject to minimum numbers and confirmation will be made two weeks prior to each scheduled session.

Cost

  • $2990 to complete the full Cert. 3 in Outdoor Leadership
  • $1200 for an individual Activity Specialisation eg. Canoeing or Bushwalking or Climbing

Duke of Edinburgh Adventurous Journey Supervisors

Under arrangements with the Department of Education Duke of Edinburgh office the fee for approved Adventurous Journey Supervisors (AJS) is subsidised by them and participants also receive a discount for their portion of the course fee. If you are an approved AJS the cost to you or your organisation to attend an Activity Specialisation is $800.

 

 

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