The Level 2 Award is an assistant level award to support a Forest School Practitioner.
5% discount available for bookings made before the 30th December 2016 on our next Level 2 course (April 2016)
The Level 2 Forest School Award consists of 3 units which are assessed through a practical assessment day and also through the completion of a workbook of written evidence. The training and assessment is completed during 4 intensive training days (9am-5pm) in the woods.
Candidates are required to assist and observe three Forest School sessions run by a qualified Level 3 Forest School practitioner (this can be a practitioner who works with a local school, nursery, etc).
For more information, please read our Level 2 Forest School Assistant Award General Information document.
Dates in 2016:
Course code FSL2016– 18th-21st April
Location: Tansley Wood Scout Camp, Tansley, Matlock, Derbyshire
To book, please contact Lauren Stevens (lead trainer) to check availability. To book, please download the and return the booking form along with payment. For more information, you can also read our Level 2 Forest School Assistant Award Candidate Information pack.
You will be emailed a candidate information pack upon booking and any other relevant information before the course starts. The cost is £450 per participant.
We may also be able to come to you if you have a suitable site:
Wild Wood Activities can offer a Level 2 training course at a woodland site near your setting (or at your setting if there is an adequate woodland area). For this, there needs to be a minimum of 10 confirmed attendees. This will be charged as a group booking. Please contact us for more details.
Please note that the Level 2 Award does NOT qualify you to run Forest School projects.
I learned a lot about Forest School. The tutor was very knowledgeable with time to listen to and answer questions. I enjoyed learning more about fire building and really liked the site we used. I found using tools safely as covered on the course was the most useful, it gave me confidence to try new things. I would recommend this course.L. Lloyd, Elmhurst School, Croydon
Everything about the course was good. The tutor’s knowledge was great, she was very friendly and approachable and I never felt ‘silly’ if I did not understand anything and had to ask for help. I found the training gave me lots of practical experience, I would recommend it to anyone wanting to learn more about Forest School.J. Parker, Alexandra Infant School
I found learning new ideas from the course and using the tools to make new items most useful. I have already mentioned this course to other colleagues and I already want to book on the Level 3 Forest School Practitioner Award. Thank you for a fun and enjoyable experience.Leanne De Silva, Monteney Primary School, Sheffield