Graduation ceremony for adventure guides

A total of nine candidates from the Keilir and Thompson Rivers University adventure studies program graduated on 14 June at Andrews Theater in Reykjanesbær, Iceland. This is the sixt commencement class in the program since the first graduation in 2014.
Simon Ward Able, from Thompson Rivers University Adventure Studies, delivered a greeting from the university and Hjördís Björnsdóttir was awarded with best overall achievement with 9,08 grade average (out of 10). She received gifts from GG sport.
The Adventure Studies Program (Adventure Sport Certificate) in Iceland is on university level and takes only eight months, with half the time in practical training in locations all around Iceland. The education has received both domestic and international recognition the last few years with a total of 85 students completing the program in Iceland, including students from close to twenty different nationalities.
The program is a solid foundation for all major parts of adventure tourism and benefits especially those that are interested in an introduction to adventure sports, improving current adventure sport skills or exploring the adventure industry as a future career. Next courses begin in August 2019.
Pictures provided by Oddgeir Karlsson