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Adventure Guide Certificate

Highlights

Explore a career in adventure-related fields. This entry-level, eight-month program combines classroom instruction with courses in wilderness travel, canoeing, rock climbing, mountaineering, whitewater kayaking and more. Your certificate credits count towards completion of an Adventure Guide Diploma or degree concentration.

Careers

Graduates from TRU Adventure Studies work as mountain, sea or river guides, adventure sports instructors, and in other wilderness related leadership occupations. Employment prospects for students and graduates are excellent on a provincial, national, and international level. There are many businesses either owned by TRU Adventure Studies graduates, or by companies that regularly employ graduates from TRU Adventure Studies.

Admission Requirements

Required supplementary documentation

  • Letter of Intent
  • Program Information Session
    • Cover letter: including your adventure activity experience, 5-year education/career plan, why you wish to attend the program, and how the program will help you attain your goals
    • Resume
    • 2 Reference Letters
    • Outdoor Experience log sheets
  • Program interview
 If you don’t meet the requirements

You can take upgrading courses at TRU to help you meet the requirements of this program.

» Talk to a student recruiter about your options. You may be eligible for free tuition. Or learn more about upgrading.

Next Steps

Apply to this program Visit the program website


Do you have questions about this program?

Canadian students
Email: admissions@tru.ca
Phone: 250-828-5036

International Students
Email: welcome@tru.ca
Request more information

Tuition & Fees

Cost for this program per semester:

  • Canadian
  • International
Choose the number of courses:
Tuition $0.00
Fees $0.00
Books and supplies
Typically about $150 per course
$0.00
Total (CDN) $0.00

Does not include a lab fee of $21.71 that may apply to some courses.

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