New IOL Level 2 Bushcraft Skills Award
An assessed award covering practical and applied bushcraft skills and knowledge designed for pupils, students and learners.
- Covers a wide range of bushcraft subjects including shelters, fire, health and safety, tool use, drinking water, woodland trees, directions, natural string
- Can be delivered by teachers, trainers, and instructors in formal or non-formal settings such as early years, schools, colleges, outdoor centres, education centres, wildlife trusts, national parks, etc.
- Portfolio based independent assessment of learning and certification by IOL Awards Centre.
Approval for experienced teachers/trainers to deliver the Bushcraft Skills Award is FREE for suitably qualified members of IOL.
Programme or Scheme of Work
Individual teachers/trainers can design a scheme of work (programme) to cover the required subject learning outcomes and suit their organisation and learners. A spiral curriculum design is encouraged to allow a logical progression in skills from the simplistic to the more complex and the ongoing reinforcement and application of knowledge.
Is The Bushcraft Skills Award for your pupils or learners?
IOL does not set any entry requirements however providers should ensure that learners have the potential and opportunity to gain the award successfully.
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