Course Structure: Small groups with expert, knowledgeable and experienced mentors leading the workshops which will be a daily mix of theoretical presentation, hands-on experience on dedicated small boats and reflection exercises to maximise each day’s learning.
Course Setting: The course will be based in separate and comfortable accommodation with close access to all amenities and with a personal cook to ensure great food and satisfaction of all dietary needs. Practical sessions will be on private boats with exclusive use for the study group which will be limited to ten persons. There will be the additional option of gaining additional experience if desired alongside AWdF volunteers on various whale watching boats.
The course will cover:
£1200 2 week workshop to cover; airport transfers on arrival; comfortable accommodation; all food with personal cook for the group; tutoring and hands-on experience; certificate indicating level of competence in each area of practical experience.
Wide range of optional extra activities for free time available to include: sea kayaking, scuba diving, paragliding, star gazing, horse riding, wine tasting, surfing including kite surfing, trekking and much more.
Wine making/ tasting
Activities diving, surfing, kayaking, horse riding