Bronze Duke of Edinburgh for School's in Cumbria
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Training Day – Badger Adventures will visit your school and to do taster sessions on navigation, food and stoves, kit, and a tent session.
|1||Arrive at the start early, where the instructors/supervisors will check the participants food and kit and distribute group kit. The group will then walk to camp, with the instructor delivering Navigation Skills and Emergency Procedures on the way.|
|2||The group will then execute the rest of their route, with the instructor remote supervising them. When the group arrive at the end, they will clean and return the group kit, the instructor will debrief the group, and then its time to head home.|
|1/2||The groups arrive at the start and execute the routes that they have planned.|
Group equipment (tents, group shelters, stoves, gas, maps, first-aid kits, wild No.2’s kit,)
Quality supervisors / accredited assessors (all have ML and exped first aid trained)
Comprehensive training days and route planning days
Transport to the expedition area
Your personal equipment
Your food for the duration (before/during/after the expedition)
Badger Adventures will orchestrate, organise, facilitate and assess the expedition phase of your D of E programme.