Navigation Courses

Just starting out in the outdoors and want to know what to do with the map or got a bit of experience and would like to improve your knowledge with a personal performance award? We have a course that will give you the skills and knowledge wish to gain. Either a one day introduction or a two day nationally set award.

 

Introduction to navigation

This day’s introduction to navigation will show you the basics of how to interpret a map, relate it to the ground and simple use of a compass.

Cost:

  • Individual: £50
  • Group of 4: £160

Venue:

See Calendar for details.

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National Navigation Awards

These are nationally recognized personal performance awards and run against a set syllabus. We can offer you both the Bronze and Silver Awards and these are run over two days. Both awards look at the skills to navigate in open country including safety, environment and access.

The Bronze award enables you to be able to plan and follow routes in the countryside using paths and tracks.

The Silver award enables you to be able to plan and follow routes in the countryside away from paths and tracks.

Both the Bronze and Silver awards are a combined training and assessment course with a certificate and badge on successful completion.

Click here for the awards syllabus.

 

Bronze & Silver courses

Cost:

  • Individual: £100
  • Group of 4: £320

Venue:

Bronze courses:

Cote Ghyll Mill Youth Hostel, Osmotherley, N. Yorkshire. DL6 3AH. Special price of £90 for the April course.

Combine this with an 8hr Emergency Outdoor Action First Aid course for an extra £25 for the complete outdoor skills package.

Silver course:


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