Outdoor Recreation Qualifications
Do you want to work as a nationally accredited Outdoor Recreation Guide in Australia, or internationally? Are any of the below activities of interest to you?
- Scuba Diving
- Jet skiing
- Ropes Courses
Our current Outdoor Recreation Qualifications on scope are:
These courses are currently available at the Carina Campus and Southport Campus. The fees include everything that students require to complete the qualification, including Administration Fees, Texts and some equipment hire. The fees generally do not include any extra fees to gain licences etc from third parties (eg Boat Licences from the State Government, Instructor tickets from Accreditation bodies) except where indicated on information sheets. Free use of the Fitness Centre at the relevant campus is also included, for the period of the Qualification course. Costs of attaining any pre-requisite skills and units are not included. Each course sheet contains further information on inclusions and exclusions.
If we don’t currently offer an elective that you are interested in attending please contact us to discuss the possibility of adding something you would like to do (e.g. sailing, jet-skiing).
These courses are available to both domestic and internationals wishing to study on a Student Visa. Visa students should check the Student Handbook and Policy/Procedures for more information about conditions and study requirements.
For more information please visit the download page.
QORF Green Circle Member
QORF is the acronym for the Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation, formed in 1996 as a not-for-profit association representing a coalition of outdoor recreation groups to advocate on behalf of the industry.
QORF is the peak body for the outdoors and outdoor activities in Queensland, and affirms the value of outdoor activity in all its various forms.
A key reason for establishing QORF was to assist communication between different user groups and levels of government on outdoor recreation-related issues. QORF represents the diversity of opinions across the outdoor recreation sector on any issue, and does not, in most cases, seek to achieve consensus. QORF provides opportunities for outdoor recreation users at all levels to share ideas, discuss issues, network, influence policy and promote outdoor recreation.