Introducing Orienteering has been designed to be the first step on the Orienteering leadership pathway for those delivering to school-aged young people and aims to equip leaders with the knowledge and confidence to introduce Orienteering within their setting in a fun and supportive way.
Orienteering can be used in many ways across a school setting to develop student’s confidence, resilience and knowledge, a greater understanding of how to develop and maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. As well as leading to further on-going local opportunities across the Orienteering community.
The course is aimed at Teachers, Outdoor Centre Staff, Youth Leaders, and Uniformed Group Leaders and the course objectives are:
This eLearning course is priced at £30 and will take approximately an hour to complete and you will also receive the following:
To find out more email [email protected] or visit https://www.britishorienteering.org.uk/elearningcourses
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