Woodland Activity Leader Training

Our Woodland Activity Leader Training (WALT) is a unique alternative to Forest School which consolidates the most essential outdoor skills needed to lead your own exciting outdoor sessions. WALT empowers educators with the skills, knowledge and expertise to deliver inspiring environmental education, tailored to the needs of their students.

We believe that the best people to introduce environmental education and outdoor learning to their students are the teachers or activity leaders themselves. We know that there are many real and perceived barriers to getting students outdoors and we aim to address them all!

WALT is an in-depth, seven-day training course ideally suited to anyone interested in leading groups in an outdoor setting. Whether you’re an English or a Mathematics teacher, an environmental professional or an outdoor enthusiast, our WALT will enable you to take groups of all ages and abilities on exciting and educational outdoor adventures.

WALT covers a broad array of topics including:

Environmental education methodology

Health and safety

Tool use

Fire lighting

Bushcraft

Naturalist knowledge

Environmental Education Games

Conservation Activities

You will gain:

A Level 2 qualification accredited by the NCFE, professionally recognised by the General Teaching Council of Scotland.
Your first outdoor session plan, designed by yourself for use in your own context.
Confidence to deliver inspiring outdoor session in safety.
Naturalist skills that will help you bring the outdoors to life.
A tool-box of environmental activities and games that will enable you to get outdoors with students straight away.
Access to the on-going support of our instructors and fellow students, as well as useful resources to help you develop further session plans in the future.
Everyday between 9am and 6pm. Price is £625
Findhorn Village Centre, Church Place, Findhorn, Moray IV36 3YR
Sat 2 Jul to Tomorrow
Contact telephone: 01309 690450 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
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