The course, Safe Guiding in the Arctic, is taught throughout the whole of the academic year. It is mainly practically oriented, but also includes a theoretical approach. It comprises field excursions and courses of longer and shorter duration in the varied nature of the Arctic throughout the year. The course aims to gradually build-up the candidate's expertise in trekking and camping in the Arctic nature.
Main instruction courses and field trips:
The following course requirements must be approved before the candidate may be allowed to take the exam:
Individual practical training - oral examination. The candidate should practically demonstrate knowledge related to the course based on a given assignment. The assignment will emphasize the safety and experience aspects of the guiding profession. During the presentation there will also be an oral dialogue between the student, teacher and examiner. The candidate will also be questioned and examined on other parts of the course
The grade will be given by litters from A-F, F is fail.
Re-sit examination Re-sit examination will be arranged.