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Introduction to Guided Walks Training (Goyt Valley)

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Event Name Introduction to Guided Walks Training (Goyt Valley)
Start Date 12th Sep 2018 10:00 am
End Date 12th Sep 2018 12:00 pm
Duration 2 hours

Are you interested in learning how to give guided interpretive walks? Do you enjoy sharing your passion for the outdoors with others?

Join Andy Tetlow, the South West Peak Communications & Interpretation Officer for an Introduction to Guided Walks training in the Goyt Valley. This training will follow the route of an upcoming guided walk being offered by the South West Peak and will cover the following:

- Designing your Walk
- Purpose of Interpretation
- Targeting your Audience
- Content and the Audience

And much more!

This 2-hour walking training will provide you with the basic tools and background that you need to start assisting with guided walks and helping to interpret the wonders of the South West Peak to audiences from around the country and world. This will also form the basis for further intermediate and advanced training at a range of iconic locations throughout the area. Supplementary reading and study material will be provided at the training.

Limited to 8 People.

The Details:

When: Wednesday 12 September at 1000
Where: Meet at the Errwood Hall car park in the Goyt Valley.
What to Bring: Appropriate clothing, water or a hot drink and an enthusiasm for the South West Peak.

To book onto the training and take part in future events you will need to register as a South West Peak Volunteer (if you have not already done so) at

There you will find out what is involved when you volunteer with us, including a detailed role description for those wanting to undertake future training.

For further information contact:

Andy Tetlow 
Phone: 01629 816220

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