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Group Trainer - Outward Bound Eskdale - £20,872 - £31,947+benefits

Group Trainer

Outward Bound Eskdale


Salary: £20,872 - £31,947, plus benefits

Starting salary is dependent on qualifications & experience

43 hours per week, average


We’re an educational charity that helps young people defy their limitations, so they become strong, resilient and curious, ready for the challenges of life. Using learning and adventures in the wild, we partner with schools, colleges, employers and youth groups to teach their young people the most important lesson they could ever learn: to believe in themselves.

Our Eskdale Centre, based in the Western Lake District is a 104 bedded residential centre. We work predominantly with young people aged 16-25 years old who are employed as Apprentices or Graduates within UK businesses. Our aim is to support these young people to develop the right behaviours to aid their transition into the work environment; progress their careers and add value back into the organisation.

Group Trainers are a key element to our success; using stimulating wilderness environments, they inspire hundreds of young people, developing their attributes, values and mindsets to equip them with positive work based behaviors.

Group Trainers embody our values. Through sensitive and supportive leadership, they set the standards and expectations for each course. They are responsible for the successful delivery of high-quality learning and adventure courses in a safe and supportive manner. They are committed to their own ongoing development, as well as that of the young people in their charge.

Please visit for a full job description and details of how to apply.

Closing date for applications: 06th January 2020

Interviews: January 2020

Start date: April 2020

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