As a Hartpury student, you’ll develop the technical skills and experience to run a range of outdoor adventure activities with different age groups. We’ll support you to get out of your comfort zone and develop key skills in leadership, problem solving, and using your initiative, as well as how to work well in a team. Our courses are delivered through a mix of classroom sessions and off-site practical days. Three days of your week will be spent in the classroom, where you’ll explore the theory underpinning outdoor adventure. Then you’ll be off-site for the rest of the week, seeing the theory come to life as you take part in practical activities. With so many adventure centres in the local area, you’ll be out sailing, paddle boarding, mountain biking, orienteering, climbing and much more. Work experience is an important part of learning here at Hartpury. Gain experience of different areas of outdoor adventure and find where your path leads; our students have had some really exciting opportunities in the UK and internationally. You’ll have the chance to complete industry-recognised qualifications and National Governing Body awards through your practical work. This will help you to stand out from the crowd when applying for future jobs or university courses. Benefit from state-of-the-art sports facilities on campus, including sports halls and cross training and power gyms, for your practical sessions. You’ll learn fromwell-qualified teaching staff with a wide range of experience of the outdoor adventure industry, both in the United Kingdom and abroad.

Your adventure starts here sailing, paddle boarding, canoeing, kayaking, skiing, snowboarding, climbing, caving, mountain biking and much more


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