Level 3 Certificate in Leading Forest School

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/04/2019 - 24/05/2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Barton Meadow Woods

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Starting your forest school training is the beginning of a journey through experiential landscape learning whilst allowing nature to nurture well-being.   Dorset’s landscape, coastline and forests provide an inspirational backdrop to support individual’s development.  Dorset Forest School  training has worked with teaching staff, art therapists, countryside wardens and a wide variety of folk who admire nature as our best teacher.  This accredited course is endorsed by The Institute of Outdoor Learning and is designed for those who would like to set up and run a forest School programmes.

Course dates  – all training days are 9am -4pm

Tuesday 23rd April

Wednesday 24th April

Friday 26th April

Friday 3rd May

Friday 10th May

Friday 17th May

Friday 24th May

Course content:

There are five Units of Study at Level 3

  1. Forest School Leader

  2. Supporting Learning, Development and Play in the Outdoors

  3. Sustainable Use of Natural Resources

  4. Observation and Evaluating Outdoor Learning

  5. Teaching Outdoor Practical Skills

On the Level Three course you will :-

In addition to the course dates, the lead tutor is available during the course for tutorial help by telephone or e mail.

To book on the for the Level 3 Forest School Leader course please visit our accreditation centre  Cambium Sustainable. Go to the course dates tab, select the course and then scroll down to the Dorset dates and simply press ‘apply online.’  This registers you on the course, takes a non-refundable deposit and generates us an email to send out the course materials.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Maddy on either maddy@dorsetforestschool.org or 07957 390087 with any queries.

Entry Qualification Required:

You will need an established link with a client group and potential Forest School Site. 19 years or over at the start of the course.

You must have at at least level 2 qualifications (GCSE) in English and Maths.