Introductory Course [WOMENS OUTDOOR PURSUITS]
WOP’s Introductory Courses are open to women who are 18 and above; experienced trampers and beginners are welcome. The course aims to impart confidence with outdoor activities in a safe and supportive environment so that participants can relax and have fun while learning.
WOPs is a safe environment in which women who may be relatively new to outdoors challenges, can grow in confidence in the outdoors,achieve personal growth ,and make wonderful friends while having an amazing amount of fun!
To achieve this and provide a supportive and safe place we have the WOP’s ethos of caring and inclusivity.
The WOP’s Introductory Course is where this journey begins.
Over the 2 days, a feeling of kinship ,belonging ,nurturing ,and looking out for each-other is fostered.
This is at the heart of the WOP’s philosophy and is why we ask every prospective member to be welcomed into our WOP’s family in this manner
The two day course is run over two consecutive Saturdays at the beginning of each term and covers:-
Outdoor clothing & equipment
Risk & accident management
Advice on food & drink in the bush
Recognition & treatment of hypothermia
Course Dates 2020
8 & 15 August
31 October & 7 November
Day 1: 8.45am until 3.00pm (Community Hall)
Day 2: 9.30am until 2.30pm (Bushwalk)
Course fee: $120 including enrolment in the term in which the course is completed. Costs are subject to change.
Enrolment: Select Enrolment for Intro Course tab at the top of the page, complete the enrolment form, submit the form and pay the enrolment fee. Enrolments are acknowledged by email. Confirmation of a place, with course details, are sent by email upon receipt of the enrolment fee.
For further information or help enrolling please email: email@example.com
or contact Intro Course Enrolment Officer directly on (09)5358239 or 0210497507
“Thank you so much for the wonderful weekend. It amazes me how much I need to learn and this was just a small part of the package of knowledge. It has broadened my love for the outdoors and I have now enrolled to do the bushcraft course in August and September with Mountain Safety. I think all clubs should apply this code of safety to their agenda. It’s a valuable asset to have not only as a becoming tramper, but for anyone who wishes to walk our lovely forests.”
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