G.O.A.L. stands for Group Oriented Achievement and Learning. Being a challenge course facilitator is a unique experience that requires adaptability and creativity.
- Strong desire to help participants and colleagues seek and learn from a variety of challenges.
- Current CPR/AED and First-Aid Certifications.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and social security card OR passport.
- Must be comfortable at heights of up to 30 feet
- Daily exposure to dust, dirt, weather and temperature changes. Position works outdoors.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Use good judgment while making independent decisions regarding all facets of safe and effective use of the course.
- Insuring the physical and psychological safety of each client participating in the program.
- Guides multiple participants through a series of programmed elements to achieve their desired outcomes by way of experiential learning in a professional manner.
- Tie specific knots, belay (rope technique) clients, move from element to element and climb structures as needed.
- Attend monthly staff in-services.
- Attend pre-program meetings with supervisors and co-facilitators.
- Develop the appropriate combination of elements to achieve the group’s goals; tailor the experience to the goals and capabilities of the clients.
- Promptly complete and file paperwork associated with each trip course.
- Understand emergency procedures and is comfortable responding to situations in a professional and calm demeanor.
G.O.A.L. Challenge Course Facilitator Job Application
Group Oriented Achievement and Learning