Outdoor education develops in each student the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to understand and identify with the surrounding wilderness environments and conduct themselves in a safe manner in the outdoors.
Students may undertake either 100 or 200 hours of study in Outdoor Education in Stage 5. Courses are structured in the following ways:
- a 100-hour course consisting of Core and a minimum of three options
- a 200-hour course consisting of Core and a minimum of seven options.
- Complete the department approved elective course – Outdoor education microlearning (NR36615)
- Access recordings from statewide staffroom sessions via the Teaching and learning 7-12 statewide staffroom