Would you like to gain a Nationally accredited certificate in Bushcraft?
If your answer is ‘yes’, then this course is for you! This course is fully accredited by the IOL and delivered by Andy Lewis Bushcraft.
Who is this course for?
Bushcraft enthusiasts, outdoor instructors, scouts leaders, teachers and anyone who want to demonstrate that they have a basic level of safe and competent Bushcraft skills, and are following recommended good practice. The training course is recommended for people who want to progress to the IOL Bushcraft Competency Certificate assessment.
This 3-day training course is practical and relevant for instructors, leaders and teachers working in all areas of; outdoor learning, education, personal or professional development, outdoor therapy, expeditions, etc.
This training course is only delivered by IOL Organisational Members who have gone through a comprehensive IOL Accredited Course quality assurance process, and have approval from the IOL Bushcraft PPG to deliver it. You can be assured of the highest standards when you attend our training, delivered to you by highly experienced and highly qualified instructors.
If you plan to camp in the woodland, overnight during your course, then you will need to bring all of your associated camping equipment yourself. Such as; tent/shelter/tarp/hammock etc, sleeping gear, cooking kit, eating kit & utensils, food, wash-kit, toiletries, towel, spare clothing etc. If you do wish to camp then please let us know via email beforehand. Drinking water is provided onsite for you to use. Please be advised that this is a private woodland-camping location but there are no toilets and showering/washing facilities, it is a wild-camping site and all waste MUST be removed from the site. Or you can stay at Dalraddy Caravan Site or at Aviemore.
What do I do after this course?
After successful completion of this course, assessment for the Bushcraft Competency Certificate requires a completed Bushcraft Competency Logbook demonstrating 120 quality hours of consolidated bushcraft experience. Supporting evidence should include a mix of guided learning, self-learning, reflective practice, teaching, mentoring, etc. On completion, you can attend the 1 day assessment course.
What can I progress onto after this?
The 5 Day Bushcraft Competency Diploma