Mohawk College General Elective

ACHIEVE has partnered with Mohawk College Continuing Education to design and deliver ACHIEVE: Therapeutic Adventure – HLTH-10213-S1

This training is designed to introduce participants to the interdisciplinary field of Therapeutic Adventure Programming for At-Risk Youth. Participants will be immersed in an experiential learning environment in a residential setting (Wendigo Lake Expeditions, near South River, ON) where they will be introduced to aspects relevant to the field of experiential education and therapeutic adventure programming. The course will be delivered in a compressed format continuously over a 3-day experience.  Through praxis, content will be examined from both a theoretical and a practical perspective. Classroom sessions will provide theoretical foundations, and hands-on educational experiences will solidify the learning.

Upcoming Course Dates: October 27-29, 2017

Students will experience learning outside of the traditional classroom, exploring a variety of individual and group-based learning outcomes. Additionally, students will be challenged to face perceived limits and explore the complexities of working effectively in team situations as both a personal growth and an educational opportunity. To this end, students will have the opportunity to experience low and high ropes challenge courses and other adventure-based activities within a ‘challenge-by-choice’ setting.

Transportation to and from Wendigo Lake Expeditions campus outside of South River, ON is the responsibility of the student. Log in to ELearn at https://elearn.mohawkcollege.ca to you can connect with other students attending via email (see class list) or discussion post that has been set up for students to communicate with each other prior to and after your ACHIEVE experience. Additional course information is also available on this platform.

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Wendigo Lake Expeditions is committed to making reasonable efforts to comply with accessibility requirements set out under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).