It’s summertime! and kayaking is easy. Fish are jumping* and the water is high*. There’s no need to be rich, or even good looking, so hush all the babies and book on-line.
*Fish jumping and water being higher than normal are not terribly likely. But you can certainly book online for kayaking this weekend, and every weekend at http://www.wilderness-development.com/watersports/flatwater-kayaking
Ella’s original video is here: http://youtu.be/XivELBdxVRM
“It was one of the best First Aid courses I have been on, having the opportunity to run though multiple outdoor scenarios was very useful, and the way it was adapted it to everyones particular situation and sport was excellent. I have recommended you.”
Wilderness Development’s next one day long Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course will run on Monday 21 July 2014 in central Manchester.
This practical, relevant first aid course is just £65, and covers the basic skills required by the HSE for workplaces. It’s accredited by the nationally recognised First Aid Industry Body too, so you can be sure you’re learning good stuff. Here is what some recent participants had to say about the course:
“Very informative and incredibly useful for both work AND home. Truly a must for ALL employees!”
Alternatively, you can book your emergency first aid at work course online here.
Did you know that we also offer a second day for this course, delivered in the outdoors, and leading to the nationally recognised Outdoor First Aid certificate?
Wilderness Development’s next beginners’ navigation training course will be taking place on Sunday 20 July 2014 at Middlewood on the edge of the Peak District.
This one day course is suitable for beginners, and would be particularly ideal for those taking on the Peak District Challenge 2014. You’ll learn using map and compass the basic skills you’ll need to find your way around the countryside, and leave with the confidence to walk further afield and over more remote terrain than ever before.
This week I received a nice email from Paula and Luke who came along on a kayak taster session in the Peak District last weekend:
Just a few lines to say “thank you” for this afternoon – we both had a fab time & looking forward to booking another one of your adventures soon.
Paula & Luke