Professional Development Webinar Series
In response to the ongoing need to support people to positively engage with nature and wild places, we are excited to launch our Professional Development webinar package for teachers, leaders and practitioners.
Covering a range of themes including young people in nature, responsible access, fundraising for environmental action, health and wellbeing, STEM, and climate action (amongst others) this 8 part series will run monthly from September to April and will be provided FREE of charge.
Click on the links below to book.
Literacy & Nature - including The Lost Words / Spells
Tuesday 20th April 2021, 16:00 - 17:15
To celebrate #WalesOutdoorLearningWeek – We will be helping you to bring literacy to life through wild places. Using a range of resources including The Lost Words / Spells Explorer’s Guide, this webinar aims to stimulate thinking and signpost practical activities that help develop literacy skills in the outdoors.
This webinar is for anyone based in Wales.
I ddathlu #WythnosAddysgAwyrAgoredCymru – Byddwn yn eich helpu i ddod â llythrennedd yn fyw drwy ardaloedd gwyllt. Gan ddefnyddio ystod o adnoddau gan gynnwys Y Geiriau Diflanedig / Spells Explorer's Guide, nod y weminar hon yw ysgogi meddwl a’ch cyfeirio at weithgareddau ymarferol sy'n helpu i ddatblygu sgiliau llythrennedd yn yr awyr agored.
Climate Action - a role for wild places, and for you!
Tuesday 27th April 2021, 16:00 - 17:15
Join us to explore what the role of wild places is in tackling the climate crisis and how you can take climate action by caring for wild places. We will explore the impact of climate change on nature, and a range of actions both direct and indirect which you can take. Aimed at John Muir Award providers, but also anyone working in outdoor learning - teachers, leaders and practitioners.