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Level 3 Award in Co-ordinating an Outdoor Curriculum (QCF) – 14 credits (£)

St Helen's CE VC Primary School, Greenhill, Alveston
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Childminders / Pre-Schools & Nurseries / Schools
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Course categories
Children and Young People
Children and Young People subcategories
Early Years
Event description
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Anyone with an educational background wanting to develop outdoor teaching skills as a Curriculum Outdoor Coordinator.
This training course fits the needs of educational professionals in the EYFS & National Curriculum.

Entry requirements-
You must be working in an educational establishment and have a relevant DBS.
You must have completed Level 2 Outdoor Learning Practitioner (OLP) course beforehand

The Level 3 Award in Co-ordination of an Outdoor Curriculum fits the needs of educational professionals and the EYFS & national curriculum.
It focuses on developing practical hands-on skills & a range of activities and experiences to use outdoors, developing your outdoor space and grounds.
Do you want to consider how to further develop the outdoor space, enhance the clubs that currently happen outdoors or build confidence to successfully cascade information and embed outdoor learning in your setting, taking a whole strategic approach to using outdoor environments for education and learning?
Become an outdoor ambassador.
• This is a QCF accredited course through Cambium.
• You will have a work book to hand in to complete the course.
• This will approx. take 9 months to complete.

Would you like to motivate and enthuse others to get outside the classroom?
“Memorable activity leads to memorable learning” Robin Hammerton HMI
Learning outcomes
To understand how to implement the sustainable use of natural learning resources.
To develop a bank of practical hands- on skills and activities in order to plan a year round Outdoor Learning programme and cascade to others.
To audit and reflect on existing provision and practice, creating procedures and best practice guidelines for coordinating provision as a whole school educational strategy.
Start Date
Tuesday 22 March 2022
End Date
Thursday 24 March 2022
Closing Date
Monday 14 March 2022
09:30 - 16:30
Maximum Places
Certificate expiry
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