Eequ · After school. In place of school. Beyond school.
Level 3 Forest School Training
QNUK (RQF) Forest school Leader
Mentored by Adrian GoodhandMentor summary: Forest School Practitioner and Trainer
For ages: 18+ years
This training course is essential for anyone wishing to lead Forest School programmes in their own setting. It covers learning theory and practical skills, plus gives participants the confidence and knowledge needed to establish and deliver their own Forest School programmes. Our Forest School Leader Training is run by experienced leader and trainer, Adrian Goodhand, and accredited by the awarding body QNUK. Adrian is also registered with the Forest School Association, stage 1, as he is currently working to become an approved trainer. The course covers a combination of practical skills (tool use, fire lighting, campfire cooking, knot tying, identifying and using natural materials etc.) and theoretical skills (holistic development, self esteem theory, learning theory, learning through play etc.). The course also covers how to set up a Forest School programme, risk management and sustainable use of woodlands. Our Forest School Leader (Level 3) training course is run over a number of mon...
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Spread Eaglehill, Fontmell Magna, Dorset, SP7
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• These must be agreed to by the candidate and, where funded by an employer, a person with authority to agree to these conditions; otherwise the candidate will be held wholly responsible for this agreement. Policies: All learners are directed to our Centre policies here https://coastandforest.co.uk/about/coast-and-forest-education-policies-and-proceedures/ Attendance: Attendance at all the sessions is necessary to complete the qualification. If candidates are unable to attend they may be required to attend catch up training at a later date for which there will may be an additional charge. This is subject to suitable course places being available, and no guarantees are made regarding the availability of courses. Submission of work: Work must be submitted on the dates requested. Candidates will be required to submit an extension request form for exceptional circumstances. This is subject to the Director’s approval. Late submissions when not for exceptional circumstances will incur a fee of £50.00 Period of completion: Completed portfolios and work must be completed and submitted in the required format on the dates specified by the Assessor. Portfolios which are not structured in the required format preventing the Assessor and Internal Quality Assurer from locating evidence effectively will be returned to the student. This may incur additional charges. Postponed submissions Those wishing to extend /delay submission must in the first instance request an extension as detailed above. If work is submitted more than six months after the original submission date then a further registration fee of £100 will be required. Substantial delay may risk leaving your work invalid for award. Payment of fees Full payment of fees must be made before the start date of the course. COMPLETION OF THIS APPLICATION FORM DEMONSTRATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF OUR POLICIES, T & C’S