Our range of nationally recognised Lowland Walk & Expedition Leadership qualifications give delegates the chance to develop vital leadership skills they can use in the great outdoors and transfer into other areas of their lives.
Now even easier to deliver than ever before, with up to 30% less delivery time and improved Delegate Evidence Records these qualifications are an exciting way to teach leaders vital life skills.
The qualifications prepare delegates to assist and lead in lowland walks and overnight expeditions whilst helping to raise awareness of our environment and promoting physical health & well-being.
All Centres delivering our qualifications have access to Skills Tracker, our online application for measuring and monitoring learners’ confidence in their skills throughout their courses.
In order to be the Tutor/Assessor for Level 3 Lowland Qualifications, either a Summer Mountain Leader or a Walking Group Leader qualification must be held.
In order to be the Tutor/Assessor for the Level 2 Qualification in Assisting Lowland Expedition Leadership, the minimum of a Level 3 Qualification in Lowland Expedition Leadership (LEL) must be held.
These qualifications can be delivered by Outdoor Activity Centres, Schools or FE Colleges with trained staff:
- Schools can upskill students to support delivery of the Bronze/Silver Duke of Edinburgh Awards
- Colleges can supplement the learning of students studying Public Services and other outdoor qualifications
- Outdoor activity centres can improve their offer to local schools and help create a future employment or volunteer workforce
To find out more about our range of Lowland Walk & Expedition Leadership qualifications, download the product specifications below.