Alongside your classroom sessions, you’ll complete one week of work experience in your first year and 12 weeks in your second year. This will underpin everything you learn on your BTEC diploma and include the opportunity to complete National Governing Body awards and industry-recognised qualifications. Hear from a range of outdoor adventure providers as you decide which area you’d like to explore further – you might even discover a new career path you hadn’t considered before. Our industry links We have strong ties with local, national and international organisations. Our students have worked with PGL, RockleyWatersports, Acorn Adventure, Aztec Adventure, Croft FarmWater Park, Rapid Skills – set up by graduate Josh Telling, hear more on page 92 – Viney Hill Christian Adventure Centre, Sail and Paddle and Pedal A Bike Away. Some students are offered seasonal or full-time jobs as a result.

Our outdoor adventure students have the chance to go on a ski trip as part of the course.* They put their skills into practice on the slope and hear from former students about potential careers during thewinter season.

Soak up the experience

One of themost popular elements of our OutdoorAdventure BTEC diplomas is the sheer amount of time our students spend developing their practical skills. You could be sailing oneweek and climbing the next, thanks to our excellent partnerships with the adventure centres on our doorstep. Our students become the confident, multi-skilled young people driving the outdoor adventure industry forward.

*Additional cost applies

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