Level 2 training allows you to become a qualified Forest School Assistant.
This is an excellent option if you want to learn more about the theory and principles of Forest School, as well as gain a deeper understanding of tools, materials and working in woodland.
The Level 2 training takes place over four days. The dates for this course are:
- Monday 25th – Thursday 28th July 2022
This is a non-residential course.
Learners will also need to assist at three Forest School Sessions which they will arrange usually in their own setting.
This course is accredited by Open College Network West Midlands.
This qualification is designed to enable learners to develop an understanding of the principles and ethos of Forest School. It will prepare learners for further study and employment in the outdoors. It is designed to meet the needs of school and college staff, youth workers, parent helpers, students and others in providing preparation for further development and study to becoming a Forest School Leader.
There is the option to complete ‘top up’ training to achieve a Level 3 qualification.
Minimum age: 18 (This is a Department for Education Requirement).
For more details on course content or for any queries please get in touch.
You can book and pay for this course online (see below). In the Order Notes please inform us of the following:
- Job position
- Emergency contact number
- Any medical or dietary requirements
- We encourage car sharing – may we circulate your details prior to the course to other delegates?
Please read the Forest School Leader Training terms and conditions before making a booking. By booking you are accepting these terms and conditions.
Tutor: Vicki Wood
Vicki is an experienced Forest School Leader with over 10 years’ experience of running sessions with children of all ages from pre school to teenagers. She has worked in Primary schools and as a freelance Forest School Leader setting up a number of sites from scratch in a range of settings.
With an Environmental Science degree, an Accredited Practitioner with the Institute for Outdoor Learning and over 20 years’ experience working and teaching outdoors she has put all of these skills to good use and has been delivering Forest School Training for 8 years.
Before You Attend
What to bring
- Please bring a packed lunch for every day.
- Please wear appropriate outdoor clothing and walking or strong sturdy footwear.
- Notebook and pens/pencils.
Please contact us if you would like more information or have any queries.
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