Doctrine

LWP-G 7-6-1: Adventurous Training – Planning Experiential Learning Activities

By Army Knowledge Centre April 3, 2020


LWP-G 7-6-1 is the Australian Army's doctrine on Adventurous Training – Planning Experiential Learning Activities. The aim of this publication is to provide the theory underpinning adventurous training and the tools required to plan and execute an adventurous training or other experiential learning activity.

Contact: michael.hahn [at] defence.gov.au (subject: LWP-G%207-6-5%20Adventurous%20Training%20%E2%80%93%20Sea%20Kayaking) (Command and Control, Aviation and All Corps Doctrine Team)

Discussion Point: Land Doctrine welcomes any feedback/contributions. Comments regarding LWP-G 7-6-1 can be made in the 'comments' section at the bottom of the page.


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