Challenge Low Ropes

Challenge Low Ropes

Fancy doing some rope work this year?

Sep

22

to

Sep

24

Region
South East Queensland
Start
8:30 am
Finish
4:30 pm
Host
The Outdoor Education Consultants
Contact
Damian Pallett
Phone
07 5447 6142
Email
training@toec.com.au
Web
http://www.toec.com.au/challenge-low-ropes-course-sc

Try our Challenge Low Ropes Short Course.

A challenge ropes course is any number of single or joined elements that uses a series of wires and ropes strung between trees or poles. The wires and ropes are strung in a configuration called an element. Each element has its own unique features and name.

Challenge ropes courses (low or high) are used to develop team work, communication skills, goal setting, individual and group challenge, confidence and many other individual and team skills.

Challenge ropes course participants use physical and mental abilities to complete each element with the support of their team.

Please Note:
This course is designed for people already working in the industry or gives an opportunity for anyone undertaking a full qualification to start their practical training components. Assessment of this course requires logged hours of experience.

Venue: Sunshine Coast

   

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