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Where local/national or international standards and protocol currently exist for adventure travel, most pertain to sport specific skills, such as white water rafting, rock climbing, or mountaineering, for example. Numerous certifications and certifying bodies exist, as do training resources for many activities. The technical skills portion referenced here is directed to the technical skills and abilities guides must possess regardless of what activity they are leading. ISO 21101 has been referenced for alignment. However we must also as a point of reference and compliance list the technical standards applied specifically for activities locally.You do not have permission to view this form.
The often remote nature of adventure travel experiences, combined with the presence of various degrees of physical activity, means the likelihood is high that an adventure travel guide will need to respond to some form of a medical emergency at various times throughout their career. You do not have permission to view this form.
An Adventure Travel guide is expected to be an expert in subject matter presented on outings or tours including, but not limited to, natural and cultural history and current events in the location where the adventure activity is carried out. Knowing facts and statistics is not enough; the ability to communicate effectively must also be present. Guides must possess both knowledge and skill in communicating to cover a potentially wide variety of contexts for both the culture and place, as well as the interests of the audience. Content delivery techniques are applied in both formal educational settings as well as in informal communications such as during meals and casual conversation. Guides share content in a manner that is approachable and digestible for guests. This technique is called “interpretation” or “thematic interpretation”. You do not have permission to view this form.
An Adventure Travel guide is expected to be an expert in subject matter presented on outings or tours including, but not limited to, natural and cultural history and current events in the location where the adventure activity is carried out. Knowing facts and statistics is not enough; the ability to communicate effectively must also be present. Guides must possess both knowledge and skill in communicating to cover a potentially wide variety of contexts for both the culture and place, as well as the interests of the audience. Content delivery techniques are applied in both formal educational settings as well as in informal communications such as during meals and casual conversation. Guides share content in a manner that is approachable and digestible for guests. This technique is called “interpretation” or “thematic interpretation”.You do not have permission to view this form.
A core value of the Adventure Travel sector is sustainability, including environmental, economic and social sustainability. How guides interact with local partners, and share local cultures and history is central to ensuring the positive impact adventure travel can have in communities is realized and to the delivery of an excellent guest experience. Guides contribute to sustainability by operating in such a way that environmental and cultural impacts are minimized and sustainability practices are modeled to guests You do not have permission to view this form.

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