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Woodland Activity Leader Training

from Friday, September 23, 2016
to Friday, September 30, 2016

Starts 6 pm

Do you have a passion for outdoor education? Do you dream of learning how to lead outdoor sessions in a woodland environment? Is so, the Wild things! Woodland Activity Leader Training is for you.

Our students will learn the legal roles and requirements of safely leading groups of both adults and children in a woodland environment, in addition to:

- Practical bushcraft skills, including fire lighting, knife craft, knots and shelter building - Conservation activities and the leave no trace philosophy - Naturalist skills, including plant identification, and animal tracks and signs - How to safely and sustainably forage and prepare wild food - Discovering new activities and games to create inspiring, engaging sessions - Creation of appropriate session plans - The confidence required to lead groups in a woodland environment - Understanding the dynamic risk assessment requirements for leading woodland activity sessions

If you are interested in enhancing your skills and gaining the accreditation of an NCFE Level 2 Award to lead groups in a woodland environment, training to become a Woodland Activity Leader offers an inspiring and informative experience. An accredited alternative to forest school training.

Cost: £525.00

Glenmore Lodge, Glenmroe, Aviemore, PH22 1QU
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