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TOUR 164 Risk Management

The delivery and continued success of all Adventure Tourism activities pivots around one focus, safety. The continuing viability of the Adventure Tourism Industry depends on a zero-tolerance approach to accidents and a philosophy of complete safety to eliminate real risk. Yet by the same token, the perceived risk found within these activities is one of the main attractions for the client. How then do we balance the perceived risk with real risk to meet customer expectations and remain accident free? This module will aim to answer this question through an analytical process of identification, assessment, and management strategies for risk.

Transfer Credits 
Please refer to the BC Transfer Guide.

English 10 or ENGL 030 and Math 10 or MATH 030.