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OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ANDY JEFFREY General Manager Outward Bound Wales
Recreational Educational USER TYPES
RECREATIONAL Little control Potential for abuse Need education Diverse (SOME CLUBS OR ASSOCIATIONS)
EDUCATIONAL Under supervision (QUALIFIED AND INFORMED) Fewer activities Big opportunity
NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES ROYAL YACHTING ASSOCIATION WELSH CANOEING ASSOCIATION BRITISH MOUNTAINEERING COUNCIL
RYA Sailing Powerboating PWC Noise Pollution Noise Pollution Minimal impact
RYA has - Strong ethic – Education not legislation Positive environmental policy Influence with Government Robust infrastructure
WCA Inland and Sea Canoes and Kayaks Minimal impact but - Access Conflict with other users
WCA has - Positive environmental policy Coaching structure - Vehicle for education
BMC Hill walking Rock climbing IMPACT - Access Erosion Litter
BMC has - Positive environmental policy Structured training - LEADERSHIP INSTRUCTORS Government influence
OTHER ACTIVITIES Mountain biking Caving and mine exploration Gorge walking Rambling Diving
OUTDOOR CENTRES are Licensed Inspected Regulated
OUTDOOR CENTRES have Invaluable staff Opportunity to educate Genuine interest
OUTWARD BOUND C A S H ULTURE DVENTURE ERVICE EALTH
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