Adventure and Eco-tourism Courses

  • Ecotherapy (Short Course)
    Ecotherapy is the practical application of ecopsychology. Provides individuals with the opportunity to explore their relationship with nature Ecotherapy (Short Course)
  • Farm Tourism
    Starting a farm tourism business is a great way to inject another revenue stream into your farming business. This Farm Tourism course will guide you through the different ways in which you can build a tourism business, whether it is a farm gate store, a wine tasting event, a food event or even an immersive […]
  • The purpose of ecotourism is to foster an appreciation of nature and culture while promoting conservation, supporting sustainable community development, minimizing tourism’s negative impacts, and providing for the active, beneficial involvement of local communities. Ecotourism is also committed to sustainable operations and environmentally sound practices. Gain the skills necessary to: sucessfully and safely organise and […]
  • Study the techniques at Home so you will be prepared when you head out. Learn about Hiking, Camping, Bushwalking, Exploring and leading eco tours and excursions Survive in the wild! Professional development course, train for a career or to start a business. Work in an outdoor supply or camping shop; or in the tourism or leisure industries. Whether […]
  • Tourism is a major industry in many countries. Ecotourism has emerged out of growing interest in outdoor activities – from mountaineering and birdwatching, to low impact bushwalking.  Establishing such an enterprise requires an understanding of a wide range of issues including: Destinations, Safety, accomodation options, transport, legal considerations, general management, staff and training, the tour desk and marketing approaches […]
  • Adventure tourism is an exciting and challenging career-path. Whether you are interested in starting your own adventure tourism enterprise or working as a tour-guide or perhaps in back-up logistics or management, this course will provide you with the skills required to face the challenges, and ‘Live the Life’ that is this fast growing and exciting international Industry. […]
  • This course builds on Park Management A, but could be taken as a stand alone course.  Park Management B focuses more on managing the various aspects of parks such as visitor supervision and monitoring, trail management, risk management and safety issues and the marketing of commercial operations. Other courses that would be useful in this career […]
  • If your dream is to work outdoors with nature or animals; this course is best for you. Get the skills you need in order to make right decisions, big and small. Appropriate for anyone working with or want to work with, national parks, wilderness parks or wildlife parks. Park Management I provides you with practical […]

Looking for that exciting career? What about something adventurous and related to tourism?

If you responded yes, you are in the right place, and of course, the timing is right. Because in reality, there’s never a wrong time to learn. And that’s why you should register for our Adventure and Eco-tourism course. Upon completion, you will have opportunities to work in varied, exciting jobs.

Our course teaches about natural and cultural tourism, including the heritage aspect. Also, students will gain scientific knowledge and a wide range of business, social and communication leadership skills required in the eco-tourism industry in Australia.

The course also provides lessons in ecological tourism and sustainability and further fosters understanding and appreciation of the natural and cultural environmental relationship.

What you gain after studying Adventure and Eco-tourism online course:

  • Will be able to analyze the potential of tourism adventure in your areas
  • Will learn how media influence adventure and eco-tourism in your country
  • Learn how consumer trends in adventure tourism are changing and how to keep up with them
  • Learn various types of natural activities used in adventure tourism
  • Differentiate between soft and hard tourism.