Outdoor Education and Teaching
Outdoor Education and Teaching
All of our trainers have a background in outdoor education and teaching and have a wide range of qualifications including Mountain Leader, Rock Climbing Instructor, Canoe and Kayak Coach (Level 3 and 4), Ski Leader, Orienteering Instructor, Mine Leader and Forest Schools Trainer, as well as teaching qualifications.
We assist a number of centres, outdoor providers and schools across Northern England with their freelance staffing requirements.
We also assist schools, colleges and youth organisations with the delivery of their curriculum including the following:
CHARITABLE AND FUNDRAISING EVENTS
We provide qualified AND insured instructors/guides for events such as sponsored walks, including the British 3 Peaks Challenge.
OVERSEAS EXPEDITIONS AND VISITS
We provide instructors/guides for your pre-expedition training. We can also provide first aid training for your group leaders and participants.
DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S AWARD
Training for expeditions, including walking, canoeing and kayaking.
First aid training for participants and leaders.
Inspirational Training can provide qualified Ski Leaders for your ski trips. We can also provide pre-trip lessons at a local slope to ensure your students get the most out of their time on the snow. We can also put you in touch with colleagues who provide value for money group ski trips.
BCU CANOEING AND KAYAKING AWARDS
Paddlesport Start Award
Training and assessing BCU 1, 2 and 3 star in canoe and kayak.
Foundation Safety and Rescue Training and assessment.
GCSE OUTDOOR AND ADVENTUROUS ACTIVITIES
GCSE PE Outdoor and Adventurous Activities. The inclusion of kayaking, canoeing, climbing, hillwalking or orienteering will give students an alternative to the usual traditional sports, giving them a chance of a higher practical mark.
JOHN MUIR AWARD
We can assist your students to achieve the John Muir Award.
We provide a safe and adventurous outdoor experience through which students have fun, develop self confidence, trust and more effective working relationships.
FOREST SCHOOL AND BUSHCRAFT
We can help you explore and experience your local woodland or school grounds through practical tasks and reconnect you to skills and knowledge that has become almost extinct. These help to bring the local woodland to life, and provide children with an insight into ‘survival’ skills.
Your day could include:-
Cooking on open fires
Making your own shelter
Map making or art and design using natural resources
Being creative and making things
Fun activities, e.g., Hide and Seek, Scavenger Hunt, Nightline, Bug Hunts
Inspirational Training are able to provide practical sessions for children of all ages from Early Years exploration to Key Stage 5.
Forest Schools and bushcraft sessions can be based on your school site, at a local woodland or any other site of your choosing.
First Aid at Work, Emergency First Aid, FAW, EFAW, ITC Outdoor First Aid, Paediatric First Aid, Forest School First Aid, Sports First Aid, First Aid for Dance, Leisure and Exercise, Physio and Pitch side first aid, First Aid for Schools, Nurseries and Early Years, Playground First Aid, First Aid Training courses, Duke of Edinburgh First Aid, First Aid for Construction, HSE, Ofsted and EYFS recognised First Aid, Remote First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, First Aid D of E, First Aid for the work place, Ofqual and SQA first aid