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Outdoor Wilderness Risk Management Train

Risk Management for Outdoor Programs

Two-day Training Course for Outdoor Professionals

Incheon, South Korea, October 6-7, 2021


October 6-7, 2021



Chadwick International, ​45, Art Center-Daeor 97 Beon-Gil Yeonsu-Gu, Incheon, 22002 South Korea


  • Gain critical knowledge of best practices in outdoor program risk management

  • Learn procedures, systems and plans essential to meeting key outdoor safety standards

  • Understand how to apply successful risk management strategies to adventure programs, experiential education, wilderness expeditions, and outdoor trips



  • Risk Management Planning

  • Emergency and Incident Management

  • Equipment, Staff, and Program Areas

  • Activity Selection

  • Participant Management & Medical Screening

  • Transportation

  • Subcontractors

  • Risk Management Standards

  • Safety and Incident Reviews

  • Safety Culture & Systems Thinking

  • And Much More


Valuable for

Program Coordinators/Managers, Risk Management officers, Risk Management/Safety Committee members, members of Boards of Directors, executive leadership, Teachers leading or assisting outdoor programs


Hands-on experiential format including case studies, presentations, and seminar discussions. Extensive written materials provided, including best practice standards, templates, sample procedures, and information on further resources.

This training is offered as a pre-conference workshop of the Independent Schools Experiential Education Network's Global Institute 2021. Training participants can take part in the risk management course only or enroll in the entire conference.


From Viristar Risk Management.  Valid for three years.



Jeff Baierlein, Director, Viristar Risk Management; past Executive Director at Outward Bound USA. 




USD $500 


Workshop description at

Enroll at (options include to register for the risk management workshop only or the entire conference)

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