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  • Craigower Lodge Outdoor Centre
    We provide outdoor activity days holidays and training courses to suit individuals and groups of all levels of ability and aspiration so if you have a passion for outdoor adventures we will be privileged to guide you on your journey Courses available in Canoeing Kayaking Rock Climbing and Mountaineering Hillwalking Scrambling Gorge walking Scrambling Mountain Biking Skiing Snowboarding Ski Mountaineering NGB Awards Activity Holidays Expeditions Hill Walking Holidays courses Trekking

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/courses/course218.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Adventure and Outdoor Education Courses
    Sailing Ghyll scrambling Caving Kayaking Mountain walking Orienteering Team Games Rock climbing and abseiling Mountain biking GCSE courses in outdoor activities Funding is available through the YHA for eligible groups Please contact us for details Courses are bespoke and group sizes are kept small to enable better team and individual development We strongly believe the teaching staff should be an integral part of the activity group This is proven to

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/courses/course364.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Accommodation for the outdoors in Devon with Adventure Okehampton
    apply 44 2920 755715 We have been offering activity breaks for over 10 years with continued development we have grown from a land based centre to a centre who can offer the full package boasting it s own quarry for climbing our own lakes as well as direct access onto Dartmoor from all of our sites We continue to offer new activities and despite our expansion we still retain are

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/courses/course288.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Ardentinny outdoor education centre
    outdoor education courses that combine learning with fun Ardentinny is a fantastic purpose built facility with excellent resources supported by experienced and qualified staff Its out of the way location lends itself to water sports particularly Dragon Boating team raft building and sailing With comfortable clean and roomy four bed dormitories Ardentinny can accommodate groups of eight to 80 aged eight years and over It has several accessible rooms for

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/courses/course210.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Castle Toward Outdoor Education Centre
    which dates from 1820 has become something of a national treasure Ask around We guarantee you will know someone who has soaked in the Castle Toward magic or knows someone who has Surrounded by 150 acres of woodland that s over 80 Hampden Parks the castle sits on the southern tip of the Cowal Peninsula Beaches and historic ruins are a stone s throw away and from the castle grounds

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/courses/course211.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Scottish ML and SPA courses with Active Outdoor
    programme will be mainly focused on orientation induction assessment and baseline training requirements and shadowing instructors Week 11 onwards candidates will in conjunction with their supervisor develop their own training plan unique to their level of experience and ambition The aim being to work towards training and assessment in several of the NGB qualifications outlined SML SPA BCU Level 2 Canoe or Kayak SRA Level 2 Raft Guide Ski Leader or Snowboard leader Trail bike or Mountain bike leader Each trainee will have a personal development plan and will meet regularly with their supervisor to assess progress plan training requirements and provide support Candidates are expected to assist in all aspects of service delivery and participate fully in centre life This includes maintenance of the centre buses and equipment cleaning duties kitchen assistance booking clients in out etc Evening and weekend working are expected Candidates will have a minimum of 6 days off per month 4 weeks annual leave Candidates will have a bed and use of the staff lounge Meals will be available for candidates whilst clients are being catered for At other times self catering facilities are available All training costs will be covered by Active Outdoor Pursuits

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/courses/courses/course131.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Bluedome - Field Study and Adventure Centre
    of the UK that offers fairable weather conditions throughout the year for all adventurous activities and field study work Accommodation All groups are accommodated in comfortable twin bedded or bunk rooms or dormitories The centre is open all year and can provide fantastic facilities for up to 60 persons Catering Full board is provided including cooked breakfast packed lunch and a three course dinner plus hot bedtime drinks Free places For every ten students on your course there is one staff member free place available Pastoral rates available for those staff not participating in the activities Free Weekends Open weekends are available for course leaders and organizers to view the Centre see our facilities meet the staff sample our cooking see the surrounding area These weekends prove to be invaluable to those who are seriously considering a trip to South Devon Transport We can arrange your transport to and from the Centre and offer advice on the best and most economical way of getting around once you are here Very useful in the narrow lanes of Devon Courses Programs As each and every course at Mountain Water Experience is unique we are able to provide you with a program that will meet your budget requirements Whether they are full activity or a mixture of activity and field study please do not hesitate to contact the office to obtain your individual quote Staffing All MWE staff are fully qualified in their fields and are CRB checked Legislation and the Outdoors Activity Centres Young Persons Safety Act 1995 Since 1995 the Activity Centres Young Persons Safety Act has been in place and so all providers of outdoor activities to young people under eighteen must undergo an inspection of their operations and be granted a license to continue operating Mountain Water Experience has

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  • Bluedome
    of the worst excesses of bureaucracy and is a proud tradition that the service wishes to maintain In areas with Caves and Mines specialist teams under the auspices of the British Cave Rescue Council have been established they too are affiliated to the MRC as there are many areas of common interest for example in equipment and medical matters North of the Border teams are in some cases more directly involved with the Police than is the case in England and Wales but the basic principles remain the same These teams are represented by the Mountain Rescue Committee of Scotland RECRUITMENT The majority of team members are male and between 31 and 50 years of age Women are by no means excluded from the organisation but do form a small minority in most teams New rescuers apply to teams to become members and after a successful probationary period will be accepted Most teams require prospective members to have good general mountaineering experience and to attend a specified amount of training before being considered for full membership TRAINING The techniques of rescue have their source in rope techniques of mountaineering but have gradually been extended over the years to become an identifiable separate discipline involving stretchers pulleys multiple belays working with helicopters searching and other skills including advanced first aid casualty care and the use of drugs The human resource available to teams is generally drawn from those with a volume of mountaineering experience who wish to become involved with mountain rescue so recruits generally have many personal mountaineering skills essential to the rescuer but team membership involves the development of a much broader range of skills The majority of training takes place within the team being delivered by experienced team members to their less experienced colleagues generally once or twice a month For many teams training hours exceed the hours spent on callouts Teams typically appoint a training officer who is responsible for planning and programming training and in general an experienced and respected senior team member The main skill areas are typically First aid communications technical skills including equipment familiarisation search techniques incident control and helicopter procedures In addition some teams cover topics as off road driving tracking working with search and rescue dogs and acting on behalf of the coroners office Whilst most training is provided within the team there are generally regular joint team training exercises and several regional training opportunities The Mountain Rescue Council provides some national training Search Management and Tracking courses are run annually and a bi annual Conference takes place to facilitate the exchange of ideas and techniques Most Teams now have their own Team Training Manuals detailing rescue techniques and procedures and there is a gradual move towards standardisation nationally Individual training logs are maintained RADIO COMMUNICATIONS During rescues search and rescue parties may be required to work at some distance from each other and from their base Communications are maintained by light portable radio sets and heavier vehicle and base set

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