Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Graduate continues his personal development

UCLan is recognised for its outstanding course provision which gives students the skills, knowledge, and personal attributes necessary to succeed at the University and in their future careers.

Adventure Sports Coaching graduate Karl Domeracki has enjoyed a variety of experiences since leaving UCLan. We spoke to Karl to find out more:

"I currently volunteer as a climbing instructor at West View Leisure Centre, Preston, and train with Liverpool University Officer Training Corps which has provided me with a unique challenge. I've completed various military exercises, community projects and adventure training including an eight day skiing expedition in Les Contamines, France, and a nine day sailing exercise in The Baltic Sea.

"I'll be taking part on exercise 'Airborne Student', an intense week consisting of the Paratroopers' gruelling selection process. Following this I'll do my ML training at Tyn Dwr in Llangollen, North Wales.

"This summer I've attained work as a canoe expedition leader in Canada, where children are taken out on expeditions around the great lakes situated in Algonquin Park.

"The professional development and opportunities offered during my time at UCLan moulded me into a highly motivated student, passionate for the outdoors. I'm now planning to further my knowledge by undertaking an MSc in Outdoor Education later this year."

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