This training is aimed at anyone who works with young people, who would like to gain confidence and inspiration on how to use outdoor space. The day is packed with games and activities, and we will cover the health and safety aspects of taking groups outdoors, as well as planning and reflecting upon sessions.
Date: Monday, 25th March 2019
Time: 10.00pm – 4.00pm
Venue: Hams Hall Environmental Centre, Canton Lane, Hams Hall Distribution Park, Coleshill B46 1GA
Cost: £40.00 per person
The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership is a partnership of local and national organisations aiming to improve the environment and heritage, and reconnect local people with the landscape between Birmingham and Tamworth, in North Warwickshire and south-east Staffordshire. From family fun days to stone carving workshops for adults, we are offering a wide range of activities to suit everyone.
Taking Youth Groups Outdoors
Build your confidence and skills in how to utilise nature and the great outdoors in your work with young people. Suitable for school teachers, youth group leaders, nursery leaders, or anyone who wants to learn more about spending time outdoors in your sessions. We will be covering:
Health and safety considerations
Ideas and inspiration for activities
Planning an outdoor session