AAIAC's Annual Report 2011-12
Key Principles of Accreditation
Scottish Government Consultation: Safety System for Adventure Activities
HSE Consultation: Proposed replacement for the licensing regime for adventure activities
European Ropes Course Association (ERCA) Int. Ropes Course UK Conference 2011
The ERCA Ropes Course Conference took place in November and featured a good representation from across the industry and positive feedback from every sector.
The UK Ropes Course Guide 2011
The AAIAC has produced a document for operators, trainers, builders, inspectors and constructors of ropes courses.
Surviving a career in adventure activities
The AAIAC, supported by the Sport and Recreation Alliance and SkillsActive, have published a book entitled Surviving a career in adventure activities.
The book recognises that a large degree of passion is one of the reasons why adventure education is such a vibrant field, but that it has a downside.
Imagine being unable to go up a hill because your knees are worn out, unable to paddle because of chronic ear problems, unable to sail because of permanent back injury.
Some can no longer even contemplate such activities as a result of a serious accident at work.
Many instructors who have ended up with these problems could have avoided them with better working practices.
The book addresses how to avoid injuries in adventure activities. Printed copies may be obtained from the Institute of Outdoor Learning.
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