9 credits (450 hours of practicum)
This practicum experience provides students with a further opportunity to apply the Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership theories and skills studied during the previous semesters and to continue to build upon their experience from Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership 2011. It is expected that students will diversify their experience relative to the past experience. Students will be required to submit a practicum plan to the ETOL practicum coordinator prior to embarking on the practicum placement. Goals and strategies will be reviewed by a Faculty Advisor prior to the work-term. Students will be accepted into the practicum upon completion of the course pre-requisites and/or consent of the department chair.
Prerequisite: Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership 2011.