11OE1

11 Outdoor Education 1

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Darren Whitehead.

Course Content

Students attend four classes per week, a mixture of classroom and practical settings that may include the pool, climbing wall or fields. During the course of the year there will be offsite trips that will supplement school-based learning.

Units of work

  • Getting Stuck In to your Performance - students perform in a variety of outdoor pursuits and reflect on factors that impact their participation (Surfing, Whitewater Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Orienteering, Rock Climbing)
  • Kotahitanga- students practice interpersonal skills in order to be able to effectively demonstrate these within a group and then explain how these interpersonal skills impact others (Group activities and Tramping).
  • Safety in the Outdoors - students develop an understanding of the need for responsible behaviour when participating in outdoor pursuits (Whitewater Kayaking and Mountain Biking)
  • Self-Management - across the year students develop self-management strategies and describe the effects these have on participation in outdoor pursuits.

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Pathway

A side effect of the rise of technology is that it’s made skills like communication, leadership, and cultural intelligence more important than ever. Recently, employers have started valuing these things more and the degree is no longer king. Soft skills and emotional intelligence, is not something a machine can replicate.

Students who complete Outdoor Education to Level 3 will develop their key attributes to a high level. This is often what makes them more employable, as the subject has a strong emphasis on attitude, aptitude, ambition, aspiration and attendance.

Year 13 Outdoor Education is university approved, and may lead to tertiary study for those wishing to make a career in areas linked with the outdoors. Possible jobs include Outdoor Instructor or Guide, Teacher, Challenge Course Facilitator, Environmental Educator, Event Co-ordinator, jobs in conservation, in the tourism sector (including business and marketing), and in outdoor equipment retail.

Prerequisites

Satisfactory completion of Year 10 Outdoor Education (10OE1) with an interest in outdoor pursuits and paid 10OE1 course costs in full.

Please note: there are limited places available in this course and therefore a students performance in Year 10 Physical Education (10PE) and 10 Health (10HE) may also be required to determine final selection.

OR HoD Approval.


Contributions and Equipment/Stationery

*11OE1* - Supplementary costs: Approx $370

Pathway

Career Pathways

Credit Information

You will be assessed in this course through all or a selection of the standards listed below.

This course is eligible for subject endorsement.

Total Credits Available: 5 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 5 credits.

Assessment
Description
Level
Internal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy Credits
UE Literacy Credits
Numeracy Credits
A.S. 92017 v3
NZQA Info
Physical Education 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the application of strategies in movement
3
3
3
Level: 1
Internal or External: Internal
Credits: 5
Level 1 Literacy Credits: 0
University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0
Numeracy Credits: 0
Credit Summary
Total Credits: 5
Total Level 1 Literacy Credits: 0
Total University Entrance Literacy Credits: 0
Total Numeracy Credits: 0

Pathway Tags

Adventure Consultancy, Adventure Guiding, Adventure Educator, Adventure Tourism, Ambulance Officer, Armed Forces, Challenge Course Facilitator, Corporate Development Trainer, Commercial Guide, Community Health and Recreational Programming, Ecotourism Guiding, Education, Environmental Educator, Environmental Health Officer, Environmental Interpretation, Event Co-ordinator, Fitness Industry, Hospitality, Instruction in Outdoor Pursuits, Jobs in Conservation, Law, Midwife, Outdoor Education Teacher, Outdoor Equipment Retail, Personal Trainer, Police, Politics, Psychologist, Recreation Management, Safety Auditor, Social Sciences, Sports Coaching, Teaching, Tertiary Lecturer, Tourism, Youth Worker, Youth Development Programmer, Cook, Mining Engineer, Holiday Park Manager, Sales Representative, Accounts Officer, Diversional Therapist, Actor, Actuary, Acupuncturist, Administration Officer, Receptionist, Advertising Specialist, Copywriter, Personal Trainer/Fitness Instructor, Registered Nurse, Air Force Airman/Airwoman, Air Force Officer, Aircraft Loader, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Aircraft Refueller, Paramedic, Pathologist, Chemist, Police Officer, Army Soldier, Medical Physicist, Barrister, Automotive Technician, Microbiologist, Dancer, Bartender, Hotel/Motel Manager, Cafe Worker, Biochemist, Deckhand, Electrical Engineer, Outdoor Recreation Guide/Instructor, Waiter/Waitress, Cafe/Restaurant Manager, Counsellor, Midwife, Kitchenhand, Chef, Chiropractor, Emergency Management Officer, Civil Engineer, Medical Laboratory Scientist, Psychologist, Trainer, Diver, Community Karitāne, Pharmacist, Industrial Designer, Hotel Porter, Legal Executive, Solicitor, Corrections Officer, Judge, Oral Health Therapist, Diagnostic Radiologist, Dietitian, Maitre d’Hotel, Workplace Relations Adviser, Sports Coach/Official, Forensic Scientist, Gynaecologist/Obstetrician, Psychiatrist, Plumber, Gasfitter and Drainlayer, Driving Instructor, Personal Assistant, Early Childhood Teacher, Environmental Engineer, Firefighter, Fishery Officer, Marine Engineer, Food Technologist, Professional Sportsperson, Funeral Director/Embalmer, Hunter/Trapper, Gardener, Health and Safety Inspector, Health and Safety Adviser, Helicopter Pilot, Veterinarian, Primary School Teacher, Kaiwhakaako Māori, Security Officer/Guard, Massage Therapist, Ship's Master, Navy Sailor, Navy Officer, Parking Officer, Policy Analyst, Probation Officer, Recreation Co-ordinator, Secondary School Teacher, Social Worker, Tour Guide, Travel Agent/Adviser, Intelligence Officer, Psychotherapist, Career Consultant,