Co-ordinating an Outdoor Curriculum Level 3
Coordinating an Outdoor Curriculum is designed for those who would like to further their Outdoor Learning skills, be a part of successfully embedding Outdoor Learning in their organisation and make this unique approach accessible to all. This course looks at the management and coordination of all types of Outdoor Learning.
Course Content Summary
Background of educational practice of modern Outdoor Learning including a review of research & practice in recent years.
Auditing existing provision and practice, creating procedures and best practice guidelines for making outdoor learning part of a whole school educational strategy.
Site planning and sustainable management of your own grounds.
Planning year round programmes of Outdoor Learning.
Building on Outdoor Learning Skills.
Entry Qualifications Required
Level 2 Qualification or appropriate experience in education, youth work, childcare etc.
Established link with a client group and at least two years experience with client groups
18 years or over at the start of the course.
First Aid Qualification and DBS not essential for attending the course but strongly advised before you work with any groups.
How much does it cost?
Direct entrants who do not hold the Level 2 Outdoor Learning Practitioner qualification.
Trainees who hold the Level 2 OLP or Level 3 Forest School qualifications with Agored Cymru.
Becky is a qualified teacher and forest school leader with experience of senior leadership, teacher training and as a teaching and learning advisor.
She says: “I love having the opportunity to work with children in the forest and see the benefits that it brings to them. Freedom to explore with all their senses and to learn about the world around them as they experience it.”