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BTEC National Sport © Hodder Education 2010 Key Learning Points for Unit 19
BTEC National Sport © Hodder Education 2010 Key learning points 1 There is a range of different organisations that provide facilities for outdoor and adventurous activities to take place. These include the Countryside Agency and national sports centres. A national governing body is the organisation responsible for the running of an activity in this country (e.g. British Canoe Union). Most activities have their own specific national governing body and provide details of where people can go to take part in their sport. Outdoor & Adventurous Sports
BTEC National Sport © Hodder Education 2010 Key learning points 2 A hazard is something that has the potential to cause injury or compromise safety. A risk is the likelihood of something happening. A risk assessment is a list of possible hazards that states the likelihood of them happening, and ways of controlling them. The level of risk is worked out by multiplying likelihood of risk by severity. A risk level of 6 or more means that either more safety precautions should be introduced or the activity should not take place. Distress signals: six loud blasts on the whistle followed by one minute of silence, to be repeated until help arrives. Torchlight flashes: three short flashes, three long flashes, three short flashes, break and repeat. Outdoor & Adventurous Sports
BTEC National Sport © Hodder Education 2010 Key learning points 3 Environmental impact is anything that can affect the natural environment. All people visiting the countryside should adhere to the Countryside Code. Participants in outdoor and adventurous activities should try to reduce their environmental impact as much as possible. Outdoor & Adventurous Sports
BTEC National Sport © Hodder Education 2010 Key learning points 4 Ensure you can demonstrate an understanding of the following: Know how to read and set a map Ensure you are able to read and give grid references Know how to use a compass Know how to take and follow bearings Know how to write a route card. Outdoor & Adventurous Sports The equipment you use for your outdoor activity is necessary to ensure your safety and enjoyment. Always find out exactly what you need to wear and take with you. Research the different types of equipment available and then determine what is best for you, based on the time of year and the location of your activity.
BTEC National Sport © Hodder Education 2010 Key learning points 5 You should review your performance in your selected outdoor and adventurous activities by examining your strengths and areas for improvement in order to improve your skills and techniques. Try to set SMART targets to help you to make these improvements. SMART stands for Outdoor & Adventurous Sports Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Time-constrained.
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