This is a repeating eventoctober 24, 2020 10:00 am
The Bronze National Navigation Award is a two day course including training and assessment. The course will take you from relying on friends or guidebooks, to independently planning and following
The Bronze National Navigation Award is a two day course including training and assessment. The course will take you from relying on friends or guidebooks, to independently planning and following a simple walk on paths, tracks and linear features.
Who is it for?
Beginners and those with some hill walking experience wanting to learn more.
This course is an ideal staring point for many Duke of Edinburgh or Ten Tors Students. This course is also perfect for D of E supervisors, photographers, cyclists or anyone look to enjoy the countryside.
No experience is required.
12 hours over 2 days.
Half of day one is classroom based
Outcomes of the Course
To be able to independently plan and carry out a safe, efficient and effective countryside or moorland walk on paths and tracks.
To have an understanding of the environment, countryside codes, access and potential hazards.
Knowledge of walking equipment, safety equipment and what to do in an emergency.
Most importantly, to be confident to enjoy getting out.
This course will be run by a qualified Mountain Leader or higher who is a National Navigation Award Scheme Provider.
18 (Saturday) 10:00 am - 19 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
Princetown Community Centre
Tavistock Road, Princetown, Yelverton, PL20 6QE