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Hi All,

Just thought it would be nice to give a short intro about myself.
I'm originally from Australia but have been travelling for quite a while now. I still have lots I want to see so not sure when or if Ill stop.

Before I started travelling I was an outdoors recreation instructor for about 5 or so years and was also in the Australian Army for 7 or so. I love to learn so most of my posts will probably trying to get advice rather than giving it but will try to contribute if I have the knowledge.

thanks for having me :)
 

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An outdoors recreation instructor - tell me more
Not quite sure what you want to know more about but most people ask me what it actually is so Ill go with that.

Its like outdoors adventure based learning - rock climbing, kayaking, bushwalking etc. Also includes team games, zip lines, cam craft and all that sort of stuff. Like when you go on school or summer camp. So I instructed people in that. In training i specialised in bushwalking and climbing but on the job you kinda do a bit of everything.
 

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An outdoors recreation instructor - tell me more ...
Hmm, i did reply to this but mustn't of submitted it properly so Ill try once more.

If you ever had camp in high school or maybe a summer camp if you're from the US and went rock climbing or kayaking or bushwalking etc. An outdoor recreation instructor is the person that took you. In training i specialised in roping (climbing etc) and Bushwalking (camping, bush craft etc). You also do alot of management teamwork type stuff. On the job your actually more likely to do a bit of everything as opposed to what you specialise in though. It was a good fun job for that time of my life.
 
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