This Apprenticeship programme has been designed for individuals who supervise and guide children and adults in activities and
pastimes such as canoeing, sailing, climbing, surfing, cycling, hill walking, archery, bush craft, rock pooling, geology, plant identification, habitat or wildlife walks at an introductory level.

Role Profile

The main responsibility of an Outdoor Activity Instructor is to run a safe and enjoyable activity session. They will: Prepare for the session – gather information about the participants and
resources for the activity.

Deliver the session – brief participants, maintain safety, provide on-going instruction and encouragement. Meet session outcome – support participants to achieve set outcome Close the session – hand-over participants, return resources and equipment.


End Point Assessment

It is essential to gain the minimum marks in both assessment modes. Successful Apprentices will gain a pass or distinction.

Planned practical training session

45-minute structured meeting

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End Point Assessment