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Beginner Navigation Course

This course is the perfect introduction to the art of navigation. You will gain an introduction to the skills you need to successfully plan and follow walks of your own devising. The course is practical and features time inside and outside to practise and gain advice and encouragement from our experienced instructors.

Pre-Requisites:

None (no prior experience necessary).

Equipment Required:

Notebook and pen and a light waterproof jacket. We provide maps and compasses. Do bring your own compass if you have one.

Highlights:

By making no assumptions about previous experience this course is equally suitable for complete novices and seasoned walkers who are looking to refresh their skills.

By the end of the course you will have a basic grounding in map reading and basic compass techniques which will enable you to plan your own walks in the outdoors.

 

Map and compass

For those wishing to develop their skills further this course provides the foundation to go on to take the Bronze level of the National Navigation Award Scheme.

 

 

To book your place email; claire.darlington@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

 

Event details

When is the event?

Monday 17 September 2018

What time is it on?

18:30

Who is this for?

16+years

How much?

15

Where to meet?

Forestry Commission Offices

What to wear?

Notebook and pen and a light waterproof jacket. We provide maps and compasses. Do bring your own compass if you have one.

Dogs Allowed:

No
 

Location

OS Grid ref: SJ548705
Postcode: CW8 2JD

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Contact

Delamere Office

07808 506308
delamere@forest-explorers.co.uk
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