DAT at our Lake District Centre
The Calvert Lakes was the first outdoor Centre specialising in the provision of adventurous outdoor activities for people with disabilities and is recognised as a world leader in this field. It has developed and adapted a wide range of adaptive techniques and equipment for people with disabilities to The Centre has been involved with advising a number of National Governing Bodies (RYA, BC, and MLTE) and has extensive experience delivering Disability Awareness Training for individuals working in the outdoors.
Aims of the Courses
• To increase disability awareness within the field of adventurous outdoor activities.
• To assist instructors, volunteers and helpers working in the field, to deliver adventurous outdoor activities to people with disabilities.
• To enable instructors, volunteers and helpers working in the field, to obtain recognised CPD qualifications in Disability Awareness.
Through a variety of theoretical and practical sessions, the course draws on the experiences of the participants as well as those of the tutors to complete the British Canoeing ‘Intermediate Paddleability’ and Mountain Training Association ‘Climbing for All’ modules.
Our Next Course:
Friday 20th November to Sunday 22nd November 2020
Run over three days, this course enables participants to have more time on practical sessions and explore topics to a greater depth. As well as obtaining both the BC and MTA awards participants will also explore how to make a range of outdoor activities more inclusive.
Course cost: £250 per person (residential and fully catered).
Course times: Arrive morning of 20th Nov *. Course runs 9am 20th November to 5pm 22nd November
*we may have accommodation available for the Thursday night- please give us a call to discuss