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This is the study programme for 2020/2021.


Students will use the near-environment along the coast to experience the joy of stay in nature. Students should be able to plan and lead activities for children in the forest and in the coastal landscape. There will be an excursion to Valencia where the climbing and portions of first aid will be carried out.

Learning outcome

Following completion of the course, the student shall be able to:
Knowledge:
  • Be able to account for the life on the shore, different types of fish, shells and seaweed.
  • Be able to account for different flowers and birds along the coast.

Skills
  • Be able to analyze the terrain, plan and lead various friluftslivsactivities to children in the local environment.
  • Be able to implement and evaluate health promotion activities in the nature in the community.
  • Be able to secure climbers inside and outside

General
  • Lead groups on trips in the local nature environment.
  • Ensure the safety of various forms of activity.
  • Be able to perform CPR and life-saving first aid in relation to the sea/open waters.

Contents

  • Friluftsliv activities in the local natural environment like biking, rowing, fishing and climbing.
  • Plan, lead and assess friluftsliv activities to children.
  • Leadership
  • Prevention of accidents and first aid in connection with the use of nature in the community.
  • Three-day outdoor coastal friluftsliv excursion to Langøy. Accommodation in tents.
  • Cycling day trip from Tungenes Lighthouse at Randaberg to Tanager bridge.
  • Student led, group cycling trip. Minimum two nights.
  • Costs: The cost of tranquility and fishing on The Bachelor program in sports, 2nd year covered by the Institute. Accommodation in tents. Food and personal equipment are covered by the student.
  • Flight ticket and food in Valencia covered by the student itself. Accommodation occurs at Spanish students, or in affordable locations such as sports hall/hostel at approx. kr. 100 per night. The excursion to Valencia is voluntary, and students who do not participate get alternative tasks at home.

Prerequisites

None.

Exam

Weight Duration Marks Aid
Home-exam and oral presentation1/1 Pass - Fail
Exams that has to be passed:
Daytrip by bike,
Student-led bike excursion,
Rowing and fishing excursion.
Safety course in climbing
Students/groups that receive one or more exam(s) "not approved" by first submission, will be provided the opportunity for a new submission of the task(s) in processed form.
Graduating with a grade is based on a written group assignment on the basis of teaching children in friluftslivs activities in the local environment, a presentation of this and an oral reflectation related to the presentation.

Coursework requirements

Daytrip by bike, Egenferd bike excursion with 2 nights in tent, Rowing and fishing excursion, Climbingcourse inside and outside

Course teacher(s)

Course coordinator
Åge Vigane
Programme coordinator
Cato Olsen Slettvold
Course teacher
Bjørnar Kjellstadli

Method of work

Teaching alternates between practical and theoretical teaching.

Course assessment

Early in the semester there is a meeting with student representatives and at the end of the semester there is a written evaluation.

Literature

Literatur will be published as soon as it has been prepared by the course coordinator/teacher


This is the study programme for 2020/2021.

Last updated: 22.10.2020