Last week, our Level 3 Outdoor Adventurous Activities Learners moved onto their Level 2 National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme. Practicing at the Wyre Forest Leisure Centre climbing wall, the learners have been developing their climbing skills at a rapid pace. After 5 weeks of learning these skills, the Learners will go on to deliver sessions to Year 1 Public Services as part of their course.
As one of the fastest growing employment sectors, studying Outdoor Adventurous Activities can open the door to a vast range of career opportunities with:
Along with the study of leadership and teamwork, risk assessments, and the chance to get work experience in an industry related setting, learners are also able to build on a range of high level work and life skills in preparation for working as an activity instructor.
Having achieved their Level 1 NICAS (National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme) Emma Booton, who is to thank for the pictures and video, was proud to say that “…after just 3 weeks, the learners have improved their belaying and climbing skills and are progress onto grade 6 routes.”