This workshop is designed to help adventure professionals not only manage a program effectively, but also to develop the ability to think critically and proactively about its many facets and details.
The workshop is intended for anyone who has primary responsibility for the management of a challenge course: program directors, risk managers, athletic directors, and lead training staff. It is ideal for anyone who is in charge of the operations of an adventure program using a challenge course.
This workshop prepares challenge course practitioners for Challenge Course Manager Certification, which is optional. You must register for the test separately.
Participants in this workshop will:
- Be introduced to the areas of program design, safety and risk management, staff development, industry standards, certification, and industry trends.
- Review ACCT standards and important issues related to emergency procedures, medical screening, insurance, liability, peer review, and local operating procedures.
- Develop a critical eye for all aspects of a program from overall safety to quality programming.
- Gain a historical perspective on challenge course practices and procedures.
- Engage in dialogue and problem solving that provides an opportunity to share experiences with others in the field.
- $540.00 Includes registration, workshop manual, and lunches during the workshop.
For more information on our certification program, including sample test questions, re-testing policies, study guides, and a self-assessment form - Click here.
Credits Available Through Plymouth State University's Graduation Program: EE 5180 (2 Credits)