has volunteered his
time and expertise in ongoing ways, much to the betterment of the outdoor community.
He has actively worked to develop and deliver high quality, safe programs, has been a member of QORF, the Australian Camps Association, and the Outdoor Educators Association of Queensland and of course Adventist Outdoors which is responsible for managing the delivery of outdoor adventure activities within the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in the Trans-Tasman and Trans Australian Union Conferences.
In recent years Brian
has worked with QORF
to investigate how Adventists Pathfinders leaders can be NOLRS registered, and he
has continued to be involved, learning, contributing and leading by example as a volunteer who is committed to better outcomes for the outdoor community.
has devoted a significant amount of his
personal time, energy and knowledge to make a valued contribution over many years and he
continues to do so.
Brian is at present Chairperson of the South Queensland branch of Adventist Outdoors and has held this position for over 11 years.
is responsible for managing the delivery of outdoor adventure activities within the Seventh-Day Adventist Church
in the Trans-Tasman and Trans Australian Union Conferences.
was one of the first organisations with volunteer leaders to introduce training programs which met the requirements of the National Outdoor Leader Registration Scheme.
A large part of Brians efforts over the past 11 years with Adventist Outdoors
has been to ensure that our outdoor programs are safe and meet industry standards.
Brian is also a District Director of the Pathfinder Club which caters for our 10 to 16 year olds within the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
has been a leader within the Pathfinder Club
continuously since 1969.
Brian was a member of the QORF Management Committee in its formative years, representing the Queensland Camping Association he has maintained membership of QORF, the Australian Camps Association and the Outdoor Educators Association of Queensland.