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Ropes course: Quiz


Question 1: With a static course, participants are attached to an upper wire, belay cable, with ropes and carabiners for ________.
Safety engineeringAutomotive engineeringTransportSafety

Question 2: A High Course can be a pre-fabricated course, built of utility poles, cables, and bolts, that is built by a contractor, or it can be a course that is hand built in a wooded area, where ________ and wire are attached to different trees.
TextileFiberRopeTextile manufacturing

Question 3: In such cases, outcomes often include exploring the fundamentals of trust, craftsmanship, and ________.
Interpersonal relationshipPersonal developmentDating coachCoaching

Question 4: Recent technological advances in pole hardware and climbing equipment along with industry-accepted installation and design practices have greatly reduced the risk to end users and to the ________.
NatureEarthEcologyNatural environment

Question 5: A ropes course is a challenging outdoor ________ and team building activity which usually consists of high and/or low elements.
Personal developmentEmotionPsychologyPositive psychology

Question 6: Drawing from his naval background, Hébert patterned some of his obstacles on obstacles found on the decks of ________.
Herring BussFishing vesselShipFelucca

Question 7: Programs using low ropes course elements or group initiatives are most often designed to explore group interaction, problem-solving, and ________.
LeadershipHumanKurt LewinAnarchism

Question 8: “Hébertism” grew during and between the World Wars, becoming the standard for ________ training for the French military.
Physical educationBilingual educationSex educationLegal education

Question 9: High elements are usually constructed in trees or made of utility poles and require a belay for ________.
SafetySafety engineeringAutomotive engineeringTransport


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