Do you work outdoors with children or adults? Would you like to feel more confident in your identification skills, get ideas for species you can use for food or crafts, know which poisonous species to avoid, and how to introduce wild plants and fungi into your sessions?
A unique training day designed for Forest School Leaders and anyone who works with groups outdoors. Gemma is a Forest School Trainer and professional Foraging Guide and will support your learning and confidence within this training course. You will come away with exciting new ideas and a deeper understanding of the potential of your site for learning and biodiversity.
Do you already have a site and staff? We can come to your setting (location dependant) to deliver a bespoke training designed just for you.
Package can include: client consultation, site survey, staff training, selection of hands-on activities, wild food tasters, summary report.
This is not an accredited course, however Earthwild will provide you with a certificate of attendance.
Are you keen to use your outdoor area or local park with your group but not sure how to start? Unsure which method of delivery to choose- Forest School, outdoor learning, or environmental education? And how will you make sure that your group gets the most benefit from the experience, whilst minimising unnecessary risks?
Getting started in taking learning or play outdoors can be an exciting but daunting time. Earthwild can provide the support needed to make sure you start off in the right direction and any guidance you may need on your journey. We love seeing outdoor projects thrive!
We are experienced in delivering a wide range of outdoor and environmental event workshops and bespoke adult and family trainings to engage participants in learning traditional skills and gain a deeper understanding of their local environment.
Our interactive or sensory activities provide opportunities for residents to connect and understand the value of their local greenspace- for their own wellbeing, for local species biodiversity, and the wider global environment.