Below is a list of our Courses. Click on any of the courses for more information.
Occasionally candidates for the award schemes are asked to redo a day of the assessment process before completion of their award.
A great course for anyone introducing young people to orienteering. Starting from scratch to develop the teaching tools and techniques that will equip you to introduce orienteering to schools and youth groups.
This course follows on from Part 1, covering higher level skills and techniques more appropriate to secondary school pupils. It is certificated and a recognised CPD course for teachers.
Ideal for club orienteers and outdoor education instructors, this course offers an introduction to coaching orienteering.
Ideas for those who teach navigation, teachers, youth group leaders, etc. These popular workshops explore a systematic and fun way to introduce navigation skills from map setting through to compass work and contour interpretation.
After completion the coach will be able to prepare a series of progressive coaching sessions helping athletes to develop their skills and to progress to TD5.
Environmental understanding, fauna and flora are all important to any leader in the mountains. This course helps increase your knowledge and understanding. Perfect as prep for SML assessment or just for those with an interest in the subject.
This award is for leaders of walking groups in summer conditions in non-mountainous hilly terrain known variously as upland, moor, bog, hill or down. Such areas are often subject to harsh weather conditions, requiring an element of self-sufficiency.
This award is for leaders of walking groups in summer conditions in non-mountainous hilly terrain, known variously as upland, moor, bog, hill, fell or down. Such areas are often subject to harsh weather conditions, requiring an element of self-sufficiency and this scheme will help.
For leaders wishing to lead hill-walking parties in mountainous terrain with summer conditions. Includes a two day wild camping expedition.
An opportunity to brush up on the skills learnt during training, providing you with the best possible opportunity to pass your assessment.
This is a professional award required by EU member states and allows holders to lead paying clients on walking journeys to all areas except on glaciers and where the techniques and equipment of alpinism are required.
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