This winter the Delaware Centre team will be re-establishing its; Outdoor Instructor Training Course, to run throughout November/December of 2017 and January/February of 2018. To ensure that the course is successful for its students the Delaware staff have designed a unique training and assessment course that will lead to full National Governing Body qualifications in the form of: Mountain Training's Climbing Wall Award, plus Hill and Moorland Leader. In addition Mountain Bike Instructor Award (MIAS) Level 2 and MIAS Cycle FIT (Cycle maintenance) award.
The whole sixteen-week training course will pull together all of the necessary training, logbook time and assessment, which is a rarity among other providers. This way we know that we are offering a real working solution to students wanting to break into the outdoor industry.
If you are interested in joining this training course please visit the Adventurous Activities Instructor Training & Assessment Course, commencing 30th October 2017
New dates are now available for the spring term. Please see http://www.cornwalloutdoors.org/courses/outdoor-learning-leader-award/ for full details and how to book.
We can now organise water-based expeditions by canoe or kayak. Please see further details at http://www.cornwalloutdoors.org/schools-groups/the-duke-of-edinburgh-award/.
Everything you wanted to know about navigation in the outdoors... but were afraid to ask. The National Navigation Award Scheme NNAS is aimed at those that would love to get out walking and rambling but couldn't tell one side of a map from the other.
The Delaware Centre now offers this national award to anyone over the age of 16, either by booking on one of our scheduled courses or by organising a bespoke course for themselves or their Duke of Edinburgh Gold students. More about NNAS
Alternatively if you think that your younger students could benefit from starting earlier, the Delaware Centre can also offer the Young Navigator Star Award (YNSA) Scheme from Bronze through to Gold. More about YNSA
For more on this story, please contact Paul Seymour at the Delaware Centre on 01822 833885