Wilderness Development

Personal development and outdoor education

Outdoor adventure and personal development

Wilderness Development offers all these adventure activities:


Upcoming First Aid course dates with Wilderness Development

Our next One-day first aid courses, leading to the “Emergency First Aid at Work” certificate will take place on:

  • 19 May 2015
  • 1 August 2015

Easy online booking and a complete list of all the other available dates are listed here.

16 hour Outdoor First Aid Course

16 hour Outdoor First Aid Course

We offer Outdoor First Aid (2 day) courses on these dates:

  • 19-20 May 2015
  • 1-2 August 2015

Online booking and alternative dates for Outdoor First Aid (2 day) courses are listed here


Upcoming Outdoor First Aid courses from Wilderness Development

The two days flew by; we had fun; enjoyed ourselves thoroughly especially the outdoors elements and the staged car crash; most importantly I learned more than I thought possible about 1st Aid. An excellent course led by an excellent trainer. Thank you.
Comment left by Nigel from Bramhall

Wilderness Development’s first aid courses will next be running:

  • 12-13 Feb 2015 or
  • 26-27 March 2015 or
  • 19-20 May 2015.

Attend just the first day (£65 ) to be eligible for the nationally recognised Emergency First Aid at Work (“EFAW”) certificate, meeting HSE requirements for emergency first aiders.

Successfully completing the two-day course (£120) will make you eligible for the Outdoor First Aid (16 hour) certificate, suitable for NGB awards and outdoor leaders.

First Aid course dates from Wilderness Development


Peak District Challenge, 18-19 September 2015

Peak District Challenge

Peak District Challenge

Wilderness Development are proud to provide technical and mountain leadership services to the annual Peak District Challenge, this year on 18-19 September 2015.

Visit Peak-District-Challenge.com to register now!


Abseil for a £10 donation this Saturday 18 October 2014

This Saturday, our friends at Bibliotheca have organised an abseil from the Peak District’s iconic abseiling venue at Millersdale in aid of Dyslexia Action. A £10 (or more!) donation will give you the opportunity to test yourself descending 65 feet from a disused railway viaduct. The £10 minimum donation is the only thing you’ll pay, so this represents a really good value opportunity to test your mental strength. (Normal price £25 pp).

You can book online here or for more information call Will Sheaff on 07941 645 520.

Abseiling at Millersdale with Wilderness Development

Abseiling at Millersdale with Wilderness Development

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