Non-residential £190.50 Book Now
|Start Date||End Date||Duration|
|Monday 21st Sep, 2020||Tuesday 22nd Sep 2020||2 days (9.00am start)|
|Saturday 14th Nov, 2020||Sunday 15th Nov 2020||2 days (9.00am start)|
|Tuesday 2nd Mar, 2021||Wednesday 3rd Mar 2021||2 days (9.00am start)|
|Saturday 16th Oct, 2021||Sunday 17th Oct 2021||2 days (9.00am start)|
Before you book onto a Lowland Leader assessment, make sure you have done the following:
The Lowland Leader assessment is 2 days long (minimum 16 hours contact time)
The Lowland Leader qualification has been designed for people who wish to lead groups on day walks in lowland countryside and woodland in summer conditions. The majority of the UK and Ireland is made up of this type of terrain so you’ll never be short of places to go walking.
The leadership opportunities for Lowland Leaders are varied and far reaching, from the South West Coast Path to the Great Glen Way; walking in lowland areas can be no less spectacular than walking high up in the mountains. And with campaigns such as Britain on Foot and Walking for Health proving really popular, there’s never been a better time to be a walking leader
09.15 arrive and brief with assessors/s
19.30 poor visibility navigation
16.00 finish and review
Bring any of your own personal rock climbing / outdoor clothing and kit such as, waterproof jacket and trousers, boots, fleece jacket, hat and gloves, flask, water bottle, mourne map (1:25,000), compass Silva type 4 or similar and spare clothes. It’s best to bring plenty of lighter layers and avoid cotton if possible as it offers little heat and takes ages to dry out if wet or sweaty.
Please ensure you bring along a device which will allow you to ‘stopwatch’ your time.
Tollymore can supply most of the equipment you require for this course but as an aspirant Hill and Moorland Leader, it is assumed you will be fairly self-sufficient in terms of kit.