Alaska Statutes.
Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
Chapter 30. Pupils and Educational Programs For Pupils
Section 500. Adventure-Based Education Program.
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AS 14.30.500. Adventure-Based Education Program.

An adventure-based education program is a program designed to bring adventure-based education to high school students and appropriate juvenile offenders. A program shall include provisions for the following phases:

(1) Phase I: Basic Skills Learning

(A) physical conditioning: running, hiking, swimming, and other related activities;

(B) technical training: the use of specialized tools and equipment, camping, cooking, map reading, navigation, life saving, drown proofing, and solo survival;

(C) safety training: first aid skills, emergency care, preventive medicine, nutrition, health, and personal hygiene care;

(D) team training: rescue techniques, evacuation exercises, and fire fighting;

(E) solo: solitary living for a short period with minimal equipment;

(F) interpersonal skills training: coping skills, individual and group problem solving, and societal communication skills;

(G) culturally relevant activities: traditional modes of subsistence living, travelling and surviving in wilderness areas and communities in Alaska, and cross-cultural experiences.

(2) Phase II: Skills Generalization

(A) vocational counseling and placement;

(B) family and interpersonal counseling;

(C) community systems utilization:

(i) transportation,

(ii) community services systems,

(iii) community problem solving.

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