Our Environmental Education in Social Care (EESC) – Training Course empowers and qualifies those working in care settings to be able to confidently deliver environmental and outdoor education and activities.
Unit 1: Care Context and Purpose of Environmental Education in Social Care
- Benefits of Environmental Activities
- Support for Environmental Activities in Social Care
Unit 2: Planning Environmental Sessions in Social Care
- Responsibilities and Requirements
- Methodologies and Approaches
- Engaging the Senses
- Identifying Needs, Overcoming Barriers and Adapting Sessions
- Unit 3: Naturalist Skills for Environmental Education in Social Care
- Animal Tracks and Signs
- Flowering plants
- Wild Food
- Environmental Crafts
2 Days, 9am-5pm, with a mixture of practical outdoor work and classroom-based learning.
Level 2 NCFE qualification is awarded students successful passing our EESC course