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NOLRS MKII Overview of changes. To here (in brief). NOLRS has been active for just over 4 years There are currently over 300 leaders registered For a variety of reasons they are predominately in Western Australia and Queensland. NOLRS MKII major changes. A number of new activity areas

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To here (in brief)

  • NOLRS has been active for just over 4 years
  • There are currently over 300 leaders registered
  • For a variety of reasons they are predominately in Western Australia and Queensland
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NOLRS MKII major changes

  • A number of new activity areas
  • New and modified Registration Levels
  • More inclusive NOLRS benchmark
  • Easier access to the Scheme from a range of training outcomes
  • Clarification of ‘currency requirements’
  • Recognition of ‘experienced’ leaders
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The consultation process

  • Widespread feedback was sought on NOLRS Mk2 in a ‘big picture’ sense
  • Specialist groups provided feedback on detailed aspects
  • Consultation was concluded by March 2007 and resulting changes made by December 2007
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Original activity areas:

  • Abseiling (Artificial Surfaces)
  • Abseiling (Natural Surfaces)
  • Bushwalking
  • Challenge Ropes Course (High Ropes)
  • Challenge Ropes Course (Low Ropes)
  • Climbing (Artificial Surfaces)
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New activity areas:

  • Climbing (Natural Surfaces)
  • On Road Cycle Touring
  • Mountain Biking
  • Canyoning
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New Bushwalking Instructor registration levels

  • Bushwalking Instructor (tracked and easy untracked)
  • Bushwalking Instructor (difficult and trackless areas)
  • Bushwalking Instructor (unmodified areas)
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Restricted Guide registration

  • There are a number of outdoor roles that involve repeatedly operating within a well defined set of parameters (generally at a single specific site) on a specified set of outdoor programs
  • The skills, knowledge and experience (and associated training burden) is therefore less than the normal Guide registration
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Changes in existing registration levels

  • Some changes have occurred for specific Registration Levels
  • The requirement to implement and monitor OH&S has been dropped from all Registration Levels
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NOLRS becomes ‘self contained’

  • The intent of NOLRS was always to recognise multiple training pathways.
  • Because of access to funding, NOLRS was initially defined in terms of the VET sector competencies. This meant
    • The Scheme was out of the control of the Outdoor Council of Australia
    • Other training systems had to show how they were aligned to the VET competencies
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NOLRS Mk2 is a stand alone system that defines its own set of skills, knowledge and experience for various leadership roles in the outdoors

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A sample from mountain biking

  • Plan and implement minimal environmental impact
  • Undertake risk analysis of activities
  • Interpret and apply weather forecasts
  • Apply sport and recreation law
  • Follow defined Occupational Health and Safety policy and procedures
  • Facilitate groups and deal with conflict
  • Select, set up and maintain a bike
  • Demonstrate basic cycling skills
  • Demonstrate basic off-road cycling skills
  • Navigate in tracked and easy untracked areas
  • Interpret road maps and navigate pre-determined routes
  • Respond to emergency situations
  • Guide mountain biking on easy to intermediate terrain
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Partnered Assessment Providers

  • Many organisations conduct education/training that achieves outcomes at least equivalent to the NOLRS standard.
  • For the purposes of NOLRS, it is the assessment of an individual’s knowledge and skills and achievement of that standard that is important, not the training process.
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To become a partnered assessment provider

organisations must:

  • be a legal entity;
  • have clearly documented assessment processes;
  • have documented minimum qualification/skill requirements for assessors;
  • have documented review procedures of assessment;
  • have formal assessment record keeping procedures
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Establishing equivalence to NOLRS standard

  • The skill, knowledge and experience for each Registration Level has been documented in detail
  • The assessed outcomes of courses need to be shown to at least match the skill, knowledge and experience required for the relevant registration level for the NOLRS
  • Each aspect of knowledge and skill from the NOLRS requirements need to be included in the organisation’s assessment process
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Clarification of ‘currency requirements’

  • An experienced outdoor leader entering the Scheme will need to meet requirements similar to those needed for re-registration
  • A new graduate from a training course will need to show that they have satisfactorily performed under supervision, the role for which they seek registration on at least 6 occasions that usually includes a range of clients, locations, seasons or other defining contexts
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Recognition of ‘experienced leaders’

  • More than six years at a particular Registration Level*
  • “E” on the NOLRS wallet card
  • Less arduous re-registration requirements

* Or equivalent prior experience