4.3f Risk management - some practical advice
Supervising a group of young people in any environment involves judgement based on a combination of experience, training, and tacit knowledge. Whether the environment is indoors or out, on-site or off-site, the same risk management principles apply. The difference is in how contained and controllable the environment is. Anyone working with young people in an indoor setting should feel able to use off-site or outdoor environments, and will find that their work becomes more powerful and memorable as a result.
|Date added||February 25, 2016|
|Category||Good Practice, Must read|
|Tags||employer, evc, head/manager, LA Officer, Outdoor Education Adviser, visit leader|