LEED 1030 – Outdoor Adventure History
Module Code: LEED 1030
Aimed at: all students
Module Credits: 10
Teaching period: Semester 1
An overview of the development of equipment, clothing and techniques that have enabled participants to continuously increase the level of technical difficulty and challenge attempted in a number of adventure sports in the years since the first ascent of Mont Blanc in 1786. It will give you the opportunity to see and use some historical equipment and plan, organise and experience a personal challenge in the outdoors.
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Module Enrolment dates for 2015/2016 are as follows:
Optional modules – (Sport & Exercise Science students)
Tues 12 May – Fri 14 Aug for undergraduate students going into Year 3
Wed 13 June – Fri 14 Aug for undergraduate students going into Year 2
Wed 2 Sept – Thurs 24 Sept for undergraduate students going into Year 1
Discovery Modules – (all other students)
Tues 7 July – Thurs 24 Sept
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