Recently, students studying Outdoor Adventure Instructor Training visited Archway school to deliver Bronze Duke of Edinburgh training to Year 9 and 10 students.
The Outdoor Adventure Instructor Training curriculum is designed to equip students with the essential skills needed for a successful career in instructing a wide variety of outdoor activities. The students relished the opportunity to develop their leadership skills, and spent a day training fifty Archway students in a number of expedition skills. These included: how to put up a tent quickly and efficiently, how to cook safely on a portable stove, how to pack a 65 litre rucksack for a multiday expedition, what to do in an emergency, and some basic first aid, map and compass skills.
Stuart Williams, Course Team Leader for Outdoor Adventure Instructor Training, said “The Archway students did really well be developing the skills needed for Duke of Edinburgh expeditions, and our students were able to practice their leadership skills and how to manage a group safely.”
You can find more information about studying Outdoor Adventure Instructor Training here, Outdoor Adventure Instructor Training Level 3 Extended Certificate – Cirencester College
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