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REC 420. Principles of Safety in Recreation and Sports Management

Credits: 3
Department: Recreation, Coaching & Sports Management
Description: Development and implementation of sound policies, procedures and safety regulations as the law pertains to recreation and leisure services and sport management.
Prerequisites: REC 415
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Analyze legal foundations and responsibilities of recreation and sport management.
2. Discuss the impact of policy formation in all levels of government and organizations.
3. Analyze the impact of constitutional, federal and state laws related to recreation and sport management organizations.
4. Discuss intentional torts as they relate to the provision of recreation and sport activities and programs.
5. Analyze concepts and principles of negligence and liability in various recreation and sport organizations.
6. Analyze safety considerations for recreation and sport activities and programs.
7. Analyze methods and techniques to minimize and manage risks in recreation and sport activities and programs.
8. Analyze the use of contracts, leases and rental agreements in various recreation and sport organizations.
9. Apply principles of risk management planning in recreation and sport management.
10. Develop risk management plan for a recreation and sport organization.






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