This course is for people working in or wanting to work in the Ski Guiding/Touring Industry.

It is designed to give the participants opportunities to develop their skiing, navigation, snow shoe, camp craft and survival skills in steep and difficult terrain,

The Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation is designed to reflect the role of those who operate within a broad range of varied contexts that may be complex and non-routine. Leadership and guidance are involved when organising activities of self and others, as well as contributing to technical solutions of a non-routine or contingency nature.


The course is delivered over a period of 8 weeks on a full time basis.


Information and enrolment session Sunday 15 April 2018

Practical Instructional sessions

Alpine Bushwalking 29 June – 5 July
Cross country Skiing 7 July – 15 July or 17 July – 25 July
(choose 1 block)
Intro AT day 27 July
Avalanche Awareness 28 – 29 July
Alpine Touring 1 – 13 August
Wilderness First Aid Check


The maximum fee will be $2700
(your fee may be less depending on your individual circumstances for example if you receive recognition of prior learning your fee will be reduced – the amount depends on how much RPL you are granted or if you are in receipt of a Centrelink benefit you fee may be reduced to $240)

You will be provided with an invoice and payment plan options after a commitment ID has been created through Smart and Skilled

A full course information document can be download through the link below

SIS40313 CIV Outdoor Recreation – Alpine Bushwalking & Ski Touring