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Course types

Our courses are primarily held at our two education centres near Leatherhead and Godstone and follow five main themes:

Habitats & species

Discover more about local ecology and conservation through a huge variety of dynamic courses. We provide opportunities for you to meet wildlife up close, uncover the mystery of our ancient woodland and understand why creatures act in certain ways.

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Arts, crafts & photography

We embrace the beauty of our reserves when helping beginners and improvers to develop creative skills and learn new artistic techniques. By using established local artists and craft tutors we can ensure a high quality experience is achieved.

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Professional development - Forest School & Teacher Training courses and First Aid qualifications

We offer opportunities for professionals and volunteers to improve their knowledge and understanding of working and teaching outdoors. Enhance your employability by gaining new skills and achieving certified qualifications.

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Practical conservation

Learn practical countryside management techniques that can be used in the workplace, when volunteering or at home. You will gain conservation information in a classroom environment before implementing these new skills outdoors.

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Health & wellbeing

Immersing oneself in nature has proven healing properties for both the body and mind.  We therefore offer courses that utilize our nature reserves when teaching various health improving programmes.

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Course enquiries

Email adult.learning@surreywt.org.uk
Call 01372 379523

For all Forest School & Teaching Training enquiries
Email outreach@surreywt.org.uk or call 01483 663300

 

I thought the course was excellent. The tutor was very knowledgeable, explaining everything clearly and giving good practical support.