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  • National Navigation Awards Scheme (NNAS) with Live the Adventure
    on three levels Bronze Silver and Gold Participants may enter the scheme at any Level Bronze Silver or Gold depending on their experience Bronze NNAS Award This is a navigation course for people with limited or no navigation experience On successful completion of the course participants will be able to plan and follow simple walks in the countryside mainly on paths and tracks Dates Saturday 16 Sunday 17 January 2016 Saturday 23 Sunday 24 April 2016 Price 100 00 per person Residential facilities are available on site at Live the Adventure and are charged at 60 per person per night includes dinner lunch bed and breakfast Prerequisities None however you will need to dress appropriately for hill walking in the South Shropshire Hills which includes the Clee Hill and bring a packed lunch for each day of the course Location South Shropshire Hills West Midlands Silver NNAS Award This course offers the opportunity to develop skills and confidence further and builds on the basic skills of the bronze award and adds skills required to navigate to features and places some distance from paths and tracks Dates Saturday 25 Sunday 26 June 2016 Price 100 per person Residential facilities are available

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/courses/course555.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Teaching Navigation
    those of you who have been navigating for a long time it can be tricky to introduce the basics without overloading students with too much information This Teaching Navigation course is the ideal way to feel confident about teaching navigation to a variety of groups and is perfect for Duke of Edinburgh Award leaders and Ten Tors trainers Previous experience competent navigating in good visibility Length 1 day The Adventure

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/courses/course334.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Navigation for Beginners
    a bearing orientate a map and follow a route using notable features and the information you have gathered The course will provide you with a broad overview of the key elements involved in navigation without introducing complex methods or systems Previous experience walking fitness Length 2 days The Adventure Centre The Adventure Centre is one of the leading providers of outdoor and adventure training courses in the South West It

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  • Bluedome - Silva Map and Compass Navigation Courses 2005
    ll cover We ll also introduce elementary compass work into the weekend so at least you ll know what the thing does Understanding the nature of a map as a two dimensional plan Understanding map symbols scales and the underlying principle of the magnetic compass including cardinal points Ordnance Survey maps at scales of 1 25 000 and 1 50 000 Harvey s Walkers maps specialist maps from organisations like the British Waterways Board or Orienteering maps or a selection of these can be covered here depending on circumstances and resources The part played by grid references and magnetic variation will depend on the type of map being used Orientating the map to the ground with and without a compass and using the set map to identify features on map and ground to pinpoint current map position and to make route decisions The use of linear features e g paths and streams as handrails in simple navigational exercises using the thumb to indicate position on the map The ability to judge approximate distances on both map and ground An appreciation of the relationship between land forms and other distinct objects as indicated on the map This will involve a basic understanding of the contour system and the ability to match major land forms like hills and valleys to their map images The ability to plan a safe walk or course in wild country in line with set criteria on duration difficulty and objectives The application of relevant safety procedures to navigation including simple relocation on paths Knowledge of how Rights of Way are shown on maps and the practicalities of their use in the countryside in harmony with the Country Code and access constraints Silva Map and Compass Skills The silver weekend will broadly follow the structure below although it may be tweaked to suit the skills of the tutors involved This course is intended for those who have attended a bronze weekend or have been navigating confidently with a map for years be aware though experience has shown that even these people can learn a great deal from a bronze weekend Friday Evening This first session will quickly re introduce some of the essential elements of the bronze weekend bring people up to speed with compass work and then head outside for a night navigation exercise Saturday We ll spend all day outside in small groups on a series of practical exercises designed to get you using your compass properly Point to point navigation aiming off use of ground features and other skills will be introduced in a structured way throughout the day Saturday Evening After a short feedback session you ll be planning a route that you ll walk in your groups tomorrow The walk will be up on the moors and will involve some complicated navigation legs Sunday Another practical day spent walking the route you planned last night Did the route work how could it be improved Below is the syllabus we ll cover taken from

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  • Adventure Okehampton - NNAS – Bronze and Silver navigation course
    a sheep mystified by a compass or GPS don t know who Naismith was or what a handrail is then this is the course for you it is aimed at people who wish to learn to navigate confidently It is based on the syllabus for the National Navigation Award Scheme and can be certificated to bronze or silver award Based in Dartmoor National Park this is the ideal location to

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  • Outdoor Adventurous Activity BTEC, Apprenticeships & Foundation Degree Courses.
    outdoor education instructor Full skills training NGB training assessments NVQ NCFE qualifications over 11 months BTEC Level 2 Outdoor Adventurous Activities This is a full time one year course that will combine both practical and theoretical elements of the Outdoor Adventure Industry The course consists of 7 units of study which will include aspects such as Outdoor Adventurous Activities Leading Outdoor and Adventurous Activities Expedition Experience and Work Experience The course will be delivered at the Haven Banks Outdoor Education Centre On successful completion of this course you may choose to progress to the level 3 programme or apply to enter into the Outdoor Adventure Industry through either an apprenticeship or directly into employment BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Outdoor Adventurous Activities This is a full time two year course that combines both practical and theoretical elements of the Outdoor Adventure Industry The course consists of 19 units of study which includes aspects such as Principles and Practices in Outdoor Adventure Skills and Leading Land Based Outdoor Adventurous Activities Skills and Leading Water Based Outdoor Adventurous Activities Environmental Education Impact and Sustainability in Outdoor Adventure and Work Experience The course will be delivered at the Haven Banks Outdoor Education Centre On successful completion of this course you may wish to progress to Higher Education to study a Foundation Degree in Outdoor Adventure or progress directly into employment Foundation Degree FdA in Applied Outdoor Adventure This programme will teach you valuable practical and theoretical skills to be able to operate within the fields of Outdoor Adventure Outdoor Education Outdoor Recreation and Outdoor Activity The Applied Outdoor Adventure programme enables students to obtain the knowledge and qualifications required for employment and careers in the adventure industry This unique learning environment ensures that all students have hands on experience of working and

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  • Outdoor Instructor Training Academy
    vision of the course director Anthony Eddies Davies who has spent over half a lifetime more than 25 years working at the top of his game in worldwide adventure travel expedition leadership outdoor education and as a technical advisor to the industry are very much integral to the Academy Anthony s exemplary skills and unique experiences have shaped the Outdoor Instructor Academy curriculum to ensure the fast track programme effectively teaches you the broadest range of skills most relevant and desirable in the outdoor industry today Unlike other outdoor instructor training providers all of Live the Adventure s Academy courses are the full package with no added extras You won t need to worry about spending extra money on equipment accommodation food or transport it is ALL included in our course fees apart from your personal membership fees to governing bodies which you may or may not already have The only extra money you will then need is for a few drinks at the local award winning Fighting Cocks pub Live the Adventure s Outdoor Instructor Training Academy is the quickest most flexible and cost effective way to gain your outdoor qualifications and experience Since we understand that the Academy training courses are a big commitment of your time and money and we want you to be happy that this is the right course for you Our highly experienced staff will talk you through the decision making process in relation to your future career path booking process and registration with the necessary national governing bodies helping you understand the progressions and any pre requisites for each course element Qualifications and Awards available on Live the Adventure s 9 week entry level course BCU 1 Star Award BCU 2 Star Award BCU Foundation Safety Rescue BCU UKCC Level 1 Coach Award

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  • Instructor Training Course Scottish Highlands
    Assessments may be available to those who have previously completed the appropriate NGB training courses What s included 5 Days coaching per week average All training assessment fees Self Catering accommodation Transport during training Use of centre equipment In accordance with centre Health Safety Policy Opportunities to assist instructors on activity sessions Opportunity to purchase discounted outdoor clothing and equipment VAT 20 What s not included Food NGB memberships certificates Insurance Course fees Please contact us for the fees for the course you are interested in undertaking www activeoutdoorpursuits com Our aim is to facilitate a course which will allow you the following opportunities To gain experience and National Governing Body Awards To develop leadership and coaching skills To gain employment as an outdoor instructor To learn technical skills and judgment to be self reliant in wild country To gain an understanding of group dynamics To improve your confidence and motivation To mentor and guide you on your future career path To raise awareness of environmental issues A possible gateway to active s Outdoor apprenticeship To give you a truly memorable experience Course outline The Course is based at Craigower Lodge Outdoor Centre in Newtonmore This is 12 miles from Aviemore and set within the magnificent Cairngorms National Park Craigower is a busy residential centre owned and operated by Active Outdoor Pursuits Course members will have their own shared rooms within the centre as well as their own lounge and kitchen within the Staff accommodation Most of your training will take place within the National Park but we will make forays to the west coast or to the far north Within 30 minutes of Craigower Lodge you can access around 50 Munro s three of which you can walk to from the doorstep We have some of Scotland s finest rivers for canoeing and white water rafting including the Rivers Spey Findhorn we are 30 minutes from Cairngorm mountain Ski area and 45 from Nevis Range We are surrounded by hundreds of miles of world class mountain biking This has to be the perfect place to learn and develop your outdoor skills The Cairngorms is the hub of Adventure tourism In Scotland supporting many outdoor industry jobs In addition to the practical coaching you receive you will have your own coaching mentor You will have opportunities to discuss your progress identify your strengths and areas which need further development as well as offer you career advice for the outdoor industry We feel privileged to live and work in such an amazing place we want to share it with you take you to places of breathtaking beauty and splendour We will share great adventures which you will cherish for life This is your opportunity to train at a world class venue Our Environment Outdoor activities can have a serious impact on the landscape flora and fauna An important aspect of this course is to raise people s awareness of the impact we have and how this can be kept to a

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