If you are interested in becoming an outdoor instructor, but you know little about the industry and how to get started, this is the ideal chance for you to find out everything you need to know.
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Cost and Duration: £350 (5 Days)
Over five days with us you will spend time working on your skills in a range of outoor activities, finding out exactly what you need to work on. Hillwalking, Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Canoeing and Mountain Biking. You'll enjoy informative sessions on career paths, find out about the range of qualifications on offer and how best to go about attaining them and even learn how to look after yourself so you have a long and enjoyable career.
You'll spend time with some of the best and most experienced instructors and coaches in the business, making you aware of the opportunities and pitfalls that lie ahead. They will also work with you to create a personal action plan in order to develop your career in the outdoors after you leave.
Please note: you will need to bring your own mountain bike - in good working order.
£350 including 5 days instruction, meals, accommodation and equipment hire.
Special Offer Course Dates Dates Available (7-11 March).
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