OUTDOOR LEARNING

Research shows that people benefit from outdoor learning in all areas of life.


Outdoor Learning provides a highly effective way of addressing some of society’s
key challenges:


At a global level

Fostering a connection that leads to respect and cares for the natural world, an appreciation of biodiversity and sustainability, and pro-environmental behaviours.

At the societal level

Developing a sense of place leads to greater engagement with the community and an appreciation of the opportunities available to live, learn and work in the local area.


At the interpersonal level

Providing a safe and supportive setting to enhance social skills, appreciate and value difference.  Encouraging loving and meaningful relationships across generations that foster tolerance, respect and kindness.


At the intrapersonal level

Engagement with nature and the environment for health, wellbeing and nature connection, leading to lifelong participation and outdoor competence. Developing character, resilience, positive risk-taking

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Outdoor learning professionals provide safe activities and effective learning in the outdoors. They are trained, experienced and uphold the values and behaviours that help others enjoy their environment, gain skills and make a positive difference in our
world.

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LEARNING IN NEPAL

Snowland Journeys can offer schools a variety of learning experiences, life skills education, leadership training and resilience building in Nepal.  

Our projects in Nepal are specially designed to provide real benefit to the Snowland community and are carefully managed to safeguard the young people.

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TREKKING EXPEDITIONS

Young people aged 16+ can join our trekking expeditions and we offer exclusive schools group treks during the summer holidays.  Contact us for details.

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DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD SCHEME

We can deliver the expedition and community project components of the silver and gold Duke of Edinburgh Award in Nepal.  Contact us for details.

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WILDERNESS FIRST AID

Support Himalayan children while you learn First Aid and top up your Career Personal Development.

 

16-hour Outdoor First Aid Course

 

Outdoor First Aid covers everything for Indoor First Aid, plus more. It also fulfils the requirements of the HSE First Aid at Work. Ofqual regulated and suitable for NGB requirements.

 

Produced by our dedicated team at Snowland Journeys and run by our expert Phil Briggs a Wilderness Emergency Medic & Advanced Medic & Former Royal Marine Commando.

You’ll gain an Outdoor First Aid Certificate which lasts for 3 years.

All proceeds from the course go to support Snowland Journeys:

20 & 21st November 2021

At Hawkwood College, Stroud, Glos.

£130pp

www.snowlandjourneys.com

Camping is available onsite and other accommodation options are available at a reasonable rate nearby.  Refreshments are also provided during the day.

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FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES

The filmmakers of Children of the Snow Land taught film and photography to the young protagonists and can now teach school groups on practical courses in Nepal.  Contact us for details.

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