Countryside Education Visits Accreditation Scheme

Countryside Education Visits Accreditation Scheme

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

CEVAS courses are undergoing some changes. From January 2015 the two day Open College Network-accredited course will be delivered through two optional routes: an Educational Route that covers mainly school visits with educational aims and outcomes, and a Therapeutic Route that covers a wide range of visitors with mainly therapeutic aims and outcomes. Each route consists of three units, the first of which is common to both.

The NFU Mutual Foundation has supported the writing and accreditation of the course, and Natural England are generously supporting the recruitment and training of new trainers, a trainer’s handbook and the spring courses to meet known demand.

Course dates and venues overleaf, and details available at www.cevas.org.uk

including booking forms.

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