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Kayaking the Sea Coast Adventure (Fall 2022)
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|F Sa Su||TBA||TBA||S. Carlino|
- Fall 2022 lasts from Monday, September 19, 2022 to Friday, December 2, 2022
- Offers beginners and seasoned kayakers a unique educational, outdoor adventure. Students will learn to maneuver sea kayaks in different environments in the ocean based on the ACA's Essentials of Kayaking curriculum, Levels 1-3. The course is designed to heighten a student's enjoyment of padding in the ocean and to appreciate the beauty, both as a spectator and as a participant, of the kayaking adventure. Students will learn the fundamental kayaking skills that provide lifelong recreational learning and fitness enjoyment. Includes the basic elements of ocean navigation, safety considerations, and paddling and stability techniques. Course is repeatable. Prerequisites: Breathe independently (i.e., not require medical devices to sustain breathing); independently maintain sealed airway passages while underwater; independently hold head upright without neck/head support; manage personal care independently; manage personal mobility independently; follow instructions and effectively communicate independently; independently turn from face-down to face-up and remain floating face up while wearing a properly fitted life jacket; get in/out of a paddle craft independently as well as get out from under a capsized paddle craft.
- PE185KSA: Required in-class orientation is Thursday, September 22, from 6 to 9PM at the Redwood campus gym. Outdoor Oregon coastal experience is in South western ocean area, Friday through Sunday, September 30 through October 2, student accounts will be charged an additional fee for this class. All equipment will be provided. Transportation, meals not included. Camping fees included. Tuition and fees are not refundable after September 23. Final meeting and debrief for educational applications of adventure courses is required and will be held on Wednesday, November 30 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM at the Redwood campus gym. For more information call Mr. Carlino at 541 761 1059.
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