Want to learn something new? Want to try something different this spring? If the answers to both questions are yes, this might be the perfect thing for you.
We have teamed up with AFS Mountaineering to provide a Bronze National Navigation Award Scheme (NNAS) including accommodation to Robin Hood’s Bay.
Come and learn new skills and start your journey to become an independent and confident hill walker in an amazing place. The bronze NNAS is nationally recognised and all aspects of the syllabus will be covered by an experienced, qualified and certified guide.
The Bronze NNAS is a practical, hands-on award. It is aimed at people with no navigation experience whether you are new to the outdoors or have been relying on others or guidebooks. It is also the starting point for many Duke of Edinburgh students, scouts, guides and cadets who are looking to develop their outdoor skills.
Is it for me? To see the Bronze NNAS Course syllabus please click here.
The award covers the following:
The course is run over two consecutive days with a minimum of 12 hours tutor time (including assessment). The course is run in the North York Moors National Park.
We have 4 fantastic cottages to offer during the dates of the course and they are as follows:
The Bronze NNAS training and assessment and 2 nights’ accommodation will be included. There are a maximum of 8 places for each course.
A discount is available if you book before the 23rd March 2018:
For more details please take a look at our events page, call us on 01947 606777 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org