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Upcoming Events

AAS
Australian Adventure Activity Standard Workshop – Jindabyne 18th October

We warmly welcome you to join us in Jindy for a great day of learning, updates and discussions around the AAS and its many practical benefits.

The Workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of the AAS and related Good Practice Guides and an opportunity to go through multiple case studies and interactive discussions on practical approaches to implementing the AAS. This workshop is a must for all Outdoors Industry businesses and practitioners.

The AAS and Good Practice Guides are designed to ensure effective, responsible, sustainable and safe delivery of adventure activities to dependent participants. They can help people across the outdoor sector to develop appropriately managed adventure activities which enhance individuals and our communities.

Industry expert, and member of the AAS Steering Committee, Liz Horne will be leading this workshop. Liz’s experience and wealth of knowledge on this subject in second to none. Don’t miss this opportunity to tap into an industry leader’s vast experience and to obtain vital information and practical learning on this important subject.

What can I bring into the event?

Any workplace standards documents relevant – we will be unpacking them on the day.

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Outdoors NSW Member Forum Jindabyne

Directly after the AAS Workshop we invite you to join us to hear all the latest news in the outdoor industry, have some afternoon tea and network with your peers.

Time: 4 pm – 6 pm – Same location as AAS

Register at no cost
Outdoors NSW member forum

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