|Length of course||1 day|
|Date||Thu 22nd Mar 2018|
|Time||09.00 - 16.00|
Who should attend Teaching Orienteering Part 1?
The training is aimed at teachers, youth sector workers and people working in schools and outdoor centres. The training delivers the knowledge, understanding and practical ability to teach the basic skills of orienteering. Anyone over the age of 16 may attend the course, however, the Orienteering Young Leader Award suitable for 14 – 19-year-olds may better meet young people’s needs. Attending Teaching Orienteering Part 1 is a prerequisite for anybody wishing to deliver the Orienteering Young Leader Award or attend the British Orienteering Teaching Orienteering Part 2 training
Are there prerequisites?
The only prerequisite is that you must be over 16 years of age. It will be an advantage although not essential if you have knowledge of orienteering prior to the course.
What is a person who has attended a Teaching Orienteering Part 1 trained to do?
Introduce the basic skills of orienteering to beginners in a fun and exciting way in areas that are safe such as school sites or outdoor centre grounds. You will also be able to deliver simple competitions for participants.
What does Teaching Orienteering Part 1 training involve?
On the course, you will be provided with the knowledge you require to introduce the basic skills of orienteering and be given the opportunity to discuss and practice using this knowledge. The course is 6 hours and practical in nature and you will be expected to join in with group discussions and activities.
What are the learning outcomes of the training?
Is there assessment – if so what form does it take?
This course is not assessed; following the training candidates will receive a certificate of attendance. Candidates wishing to gain a formal, assessed qualification should talk to a tutor to identify the most appropriate route for them to take.
|Venue||White Hall Centre|
|Address||Long Hill, Buxton|
|Course tutor||Dan Riley|
|Course tutor's tel number||07796 886974|
|Course tutor's email@example.com|