Course: Course of mountain hiking

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Course title Course of mountain hiking
Course code KTV/VHT
Organizational form of instruction Lesson
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory-optional, Optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements Course does not contain work placement
Recommended optional programme components None
Course availability The course is available to visiting students
Lecturer(s)
  • Kupr Jaroslav, PhDr. Ph.D.
Course content
In the concept of an active lifestyle of students experiencing academic year 2013/14 to modularize object (module health, movement and monitoring / evaluation). A) Health Module: Health module involves providing basic theoretical knowledge for the issue of a positive relationship of physical activity to the health of an individual. Is realized in the form of discussions and links to relevant Web portal KTV FP TUL. An important part of web support, knowledge of sports medicine related to the implementation of physical activity and providing first aid. The aim of the module is to increase students' motivation for the acquisition of fundamental knowledge related to an active lifestyle and thus help to reduce the potential risk of lifestyle diseases. B) move the module: The course focuses on the acquisition of theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary for safe movement in mountainous terrain. Alpine terrain in this case means a stay in the mountains of alpine type. Character selection field is primarily focused on the use of fused tract called Ferrat (via ferrata) and fundamentals of sport climbing. Additionally included is hiking in the classic sense. Completion of the course requires a certain physical, psychological and material readiness of the student. A condition of participation is graduating semester climbing on an artificial climbing wall, or participate in the information pre-departure training on the course. Maximum attention is given to prevention, subjective and objective danger the basics of meteorology, appropriate equipment, first aid. The additional element is the theory of implementation and organization of the summer course in mountain and alpine environment. During the course (6-day tours), the student familiar with the demands of your stay in the mountains. Select individual routes chosen course leader with regard to weather and readiness of students. The stay includes stay in self-catering camping, or traveling option with all the amenities. Part of the course content is the cultural and sightseeing activities. C) Evaluation Module: Evaluation of innovative teaching students takes the form of a questionnaire survey that provides feedback regarding satisfaction with the content and form of teaching subjects. The aim is to present a quality system of internal evaluation and make any corrections to the final form of innovative teaching.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Motoric and practical working skills training
  • Class attendance - 56 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
The course is focused on acquiring theoretical and practical knowledge which is necessary for realization and organization of summer courses in the mountains.
Students acquire professional skills for : - Safe movement in the alpine environment. - Acquisition of route planning with regard to the group. - Evaluation of subjective and objective danger. - Orientation in the field. - Reading the map. - Basic safety outputs backed the move. - Choosing the right material equipment.
Prerequisites
Basic movement skills appropriate age characteristics of the student. Passing a semester teaching climbing on an artificial climbing wall, or participate in the information before the start of the training course.

Assessment methods and criteria
Systematické pozorování studenta

Credit: participation on entire prospectus
Recommended literature
  • Horská medicína.
  • Turistický průvodce příslušné oblasti (dle místa konání kursu)..
  • Webové stránky HO Větrník.
  • BOŠTÍKOVÁ, S. Vysokohorská turistika. 1. vyd. Praha : Grada 2004..
  • NEUMAN, J. Turistika a sporty v přírodě. 1. Vyd. Praha : Portál, 2000..
  • PROCHÁZKA, V., ROTMAN, I. A NOVÁK J. Horolezectví.. Praha, Olympia, 1990. ISBN 80-7033-037-6.
  • RŮŽIČKA, J., ŠILHÁN, F. Jištění je jistota. Brno : Montana, 1997..
  • SCHUBERT, P. Bezpečnost a riziko na skále a ledu. Praha: freytag & berndt, 1997. ISBN 80-85 822-27 X..


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