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Grow-Wellbeing is now an accredited AIM Qualifications Training Centre!  

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Over the next year will be offering accredited certificated Forest School Leader Courses. 

 

Our first course of Forest School Leader training started on the 9th November and a second  weekend cohort starting on the 19th/20th November.

 

We have scheduled other course  dates in spring and autumn next year too.

Grow-Wellbeing consulted prospective learners  before offering the day a week and weekend course dates.   We also recognise that in the UK we are experiencing a cost-of-living crisis, and so we have  put in place arrangements with Go Cardless for learners to pay course fees in manageable  monthly instalments. Please ask for details.

Next AIM Qualifications Forest School Leader L3 course dates:  

Cohort 3 - Thursday 23rd February and weekly to 30th March followed by skills days on  

Thursday 29th June and Saturday 1st July  Cohort 4 - Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th May; 20th and 21st May; 3rd and 4th June;  followed by skills days (TBC) 

 

For more information about the course, fees and taster days, please click on this link. 

If you would like to speak to one of our team about the course, please email:  

contact@grow-wellbeing.com or phone 07305 204849.

About us 

GROW-Wellbeing C.I.C. is a socially trading organisation that delivers creative, personally affirmative opportunities for children, young people and adults to engage in activities in the natural environment

Our mission is to support healthy communities,  strongly connected to the natural environment.To achieve this, we deliver programmes aimed at building relationships between people, with a commitment to diversity and inter-generational co-operation, and the natural world.

Using forest learning, creative arts, storytelling, nature studies, outdoor adventures, games, play and eco-therapy, we aim to support the growth and development of resilient children and young people, committed to the future stewardship of the natural environment. 

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