Outdoor Learning Facilitator Workshop
Theory & Practice
June 15th - 17th, 2018
The Outdoor Learning Facilitators Workshop focuses on facilitate experiential outdoor learning for varied age groups; structuring outdoor experiential activities, drawing out learning through analogies, and debriefing to achieve set outcomes.
You will be picking up outdoor skills like Bushcraft (survival skills), Nature appreciation, and Facilitation. In addition to this, we will introduce the concept of briefing and debriefing groups.
This workshop teaches a combination of facilitation and technical skills, where you get to explore the outdoors not just through adventure but various other aspects like environment conservation activities, bushcraft (survival skills), as well as outdoor classrooms. Along with acquiring knowledge about the aforementioned elements, you will also be introduced to the basics of facilitation, reflection, and development of a personal facilitating style to maximize the learning output.
Learn how to conduct a nature based educative session for students from an experienced facilitator.
Any kind of accidents can be avoided if we do risk assessment prior to engaging an audience, learn how to assess the levels of risk and take decisions accordingly
Nature is and will always remain mysterious to us, but how about getting to know a few things about our beautiful flora & fauna and use them as interactive tools to engage students.
Bushcraft is a popular term used for ‘wilderness survival skills’. Bushcraft is about thriving in the natural environment; acquire the skills and knowledge to do so independently through the program.
Who Can Attend?
This workshop is designed for people in the age group of between 18 and 30 year olds, who possess a genuine interest towards the outdoors and the nature. The workshop is also useful for anyone seeking to build a career in the field of outdoors.
Learn to facilitate outdoor based sessions
Meet and create a network of like minded people
Chance of creating a standardised process in the field of outdoors
Improve quality of Adventure based facilitation
Learn about opportunities in the field of outdoors to make right career choices
Understand Group Dynamics and how to lead teams of any age
Draw metaphoric learning outcomes
Sense of surrounding suitable for specific group
Learn how to provide meaningful learning experience with nature as a classroom
With a certificate in Experiential Education & Practice, a certified First Aider from RLSS, Arun has 9 years of experience in designing and conducting outdoor learning programs, facilitation and leading groups in wilderness setting and consulting.
Wilderness first responder and Trip Leaders India from NOLS and Search N Rescue certified from NIM. Shreeram has conducted several training workshop around safe practices in Maharashtra. He also volunteered in rescue & relief operation in Nepal.
A certified Trainer-Rescue Diver, a certified First Aider from RLSS, Pavana has years of experience in student engagement and experiential education. An avid outdoor enthusiast and adventure junkie, she has done several treks and is passionate about animals, environment and books.
A Commercial Pilot License holder, a certified Life Saver badge holder by RLSS, a certified Scuba Diver and a Level 3 in Accelerated Freefall Skydiving, Jahangir is an outdoor and adventure enthusiast. Having spent his early years in the foothills of Himalayas, he developed a lifelong love for the outdoors.
Bir Singh Bisht
A certified First Aider (RLSS), Bir has years of experience facilitating outdoor adventure activities. Born and brought up in the hills of Uttarakhand, Bir has facilitated several treks, the Kaveri River Rafting & Kayaking expeditions among others.
A Wilderness First Responder, a certified Trip Leader India from NOLS, Jayendra has been working with Safe Climbing Initiative for years. Jayendra also has over 4 years of experience in adventure activity instruction and facilitation in international outdoor setups.
Fill out the simple form and we will review and get back to you with confirmation. After filling the form you’ll get a call for a casual interview, just to know your knowledge base and interest depending on which we will decide your participation for the workshop. The procedure is as such because we are looking determined and keen participants who could take this knowledge and apply it on regular basis.
If you are selected to attend the workshop, a fee of 4,000 INR is to be paid which covers your transport from and back to Hyderabad, accommodation at the campus and meals.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE BY MAY 15.
THE GOLDEN BOULDER CAMPUS
Set amidst hills and boulders at Shapur village in Khilla Ghanpur Mandal, Worldview Institute of Learning & Leadership (WILL) at The Golden Boulder (TGB) campus offers a vibrant opportunity to explore several outdoor elements. This 60 acre outdoor learning campus is skirted with farms, hills & boulders, nature trails, Khilla Ghanpur (a 13th century fort) and is in close proximity to the Nallamala forest, Koilsagar Dam and the Koilkumda Fort
TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION
Accommodation and meals during the days of the workshop will be provided at the Campus and is included in the fee. Travel arrangements to and fro Hyderabad the Campus will be provided and is included in the fee.
If you need more information about the workshop, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call us on +91 99674 00038