Wild Beach Leader Training Level 3

Event details:
Led by experienced Wild Beach and Forest School Leaders , this course is suitable for practitioners wishing to use the beach as a learning environment. Suffolk’s 50 mile stretch of heritage coastline is a natural resource on our doorstep. This course will provide teachers, support staff, outdoor educators and youth group leaders with the skills and confidence to make the most out of our beaches.

Course consists of 3 units:

Keeping safe on the beach
Practical skills on the beach
Understanding the beach environment
Areas of learning include:

Risk benefit analysis
Understanding tides
Shelter, games and activities
Marine wildlife identification
Cooking outdoors
Sustainability and marine conservation zones

23-25 March 2020.

Outdoor Numeracy and Literacy Training Course

Join us to explore a range of outdoor activity ideas focused on delving into the National Curriculum outdoors.
Ideal for those working at EYFS, KS1 & KS2 with opportunities to differentiate as needed.
Take away; ideas, confidence, written session plans, supporting risk assessments and some basic resources.
Just wish to attend half a day for one topic or the other? no problem, please let us know when you book.

Outdoor Science and Living History Training Course

Make your history lessons come alive by taking them outside. Join us to learn some easy to achieve curriculum linked activity ideas. Hands-on Science? the only way to learn, how about exploring these concepts outdoors? Join us to explore outdoor lesson plans.

Ideal for those working at KS1 & KS2 with opportunities to differentiate as needed.
Take away; ideas, confidence, written session plans, supporting risk assessments and some basic resources.
Just wish to attend half a day for one topic or the other? no problem, please let us know when you book.

Outdoor Learning Practitioner Training Course

Ideal for those working at any level, with any age and ability of children, who wish to enhance their curriculum and utilise their grounds by taking learning outside.
This course will cover a range of activities, ideas and lesson plans mapped to your curriculum. It will look at the risks/benefits and sustainability of using your outdoor space.
An accredited (level 2) training course designed to show you how to make the most of outdoor learning opportunities using your school grounds.
Wish to reduce the cost and attend the course without the accreditation? No problem – please check out our pricing structure
Included with this course to support your Outdoor Learning Adventures;
A range of Curriculum-Based Outdoor Learning lesson plans with supporting risk assessments.
Some practical Outdoor Learning resources to get started with
10% Discount on Wild Learning’s unaccredited Outdoor Learning courses
For the accreditation, participants will be expected to run outdoor learning sessions in their workplace and produce a short workbook focusing on their experiences.
This training course runs over 2 days 23rd & 24th April 2020

Forest School Refresher & Networking Event

A half day event on site to refresh some Forest School practical skills. We’ll provide the opportunity for you to get hands on with tools, fire, shelters and knots, plus encourage you to network with like-minded others.
Bring some lunch to cook on the campfire and some ideas to share if you wish.

Date; 4th June 2020
Location; Daventry Country Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire
Price; £30 per person

Campfire Cooking and Whittling CPD Workshops for Forest School

Whittling Workshop;
Join us for a hands-on workshop looking at a variety of whittling techniques and experimenting with simple projects suitable for your client group.

Campfire Cooking Workshop;
We’ll guide you through some cooking and campfire experiments. Focus will be on achievable cooking projects which can be replicated with your Forest School groups. All food is provided.

Date; 17th June 2020
Location; Rough Close Scout Activity Centre, Coventry, Warwickshire

Combined Forest School and Paediatric First Aid level 3 regulated RQF

FOREST SCHOOL and PAEDIATRIC FIRST AID combined course to take place at THE SUSTAINABILITY CENTRE on Saturday and Sunday 25th and 26th April 2020. I understand the place is not confirmed until payment has been made. Confirmation of receipt of payment and joining instructions will follow.

Course title:
QNUK Level 3 Award in Forest School First Aid (RQF)
QNUK Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF)

Venue:
The Sustainability Centre, Droxford Rd, Petersfield GU32 1HR

Dates / Times:
Saturday and Sunday 25th and 26th April 2020, 9am – 6pm both days

Fee:
£145. Includes all fees, assessment and hard copy certificates by post.
To be paid before place is confirmed.
Using your SURNAME and SUS-APR20 please make payment to: this is importnat so why know which course you are attending

Co-operative Bank
Account name: Metabolous Education CIC
Sort code: 08 92 99
Account number: 65808218

Pre-Requisites:
This qualification is aimed at those over 16 who are able to undertake the responsibilities associated with being an emergency paediatric first aider and / or a first aider in a forest school setting.

Candidates between 14-16 years can undertake the qualification, however they should not be relied upon by employers to be a sole first aider.

It is recommended that candidates have a minimum of Level 2 literacy and numeracy or equivalent.

Attendees will be required to demonstrate first aid procedures as they would in a real outdoor environment. This includes providing CPR to a casualty who is on the floor, therefore must be physically capable of doing so.

Tutor: Adrian Goodhand, Metabolous Education CIC 07787 928925

Course Organiser: Maria Timperley, Metabolous Education CIC 07721 011461

Notes:
This course takes place both in a classroom and outdoors whatever the weather. Please dress accordingly. This combined qualification course is over 2 long days which are intensive.

You need to bring your own pens, paper and any other equipment you desire for making your own notes. There are both practical and written assessments for these qualifications

We provide teas and coffees. There is a vegetarian / vegan cafe on site for your own refreshment purchases or you can bring your own. See opening times and what is on offer here https://www.sustainability-centre.org/beech-cafe1.html

Accommodation is available for you to book direct with the Centre https://www.sustainability-centre.org/stay-with-us.html

Using Tools : Advanced Skills

Learn new techniques to create artefacts and how to develop different projects for learners. During this workshop you will have the chance to make either a small stool, maul or mushroom.