NNAS Bronze Award (National Navigation Award Scheme) NNAS Bronze Award (National Navigation Award Scheme) NNAS Bronze Award (National Navigation Award Scheme) NNAS Bronze Award (National Navigation Award Scheme) NNAS Bronze Award (National Navigation Award Scheme)

NNAS Bronze Award (National Navigation Award Scheme)

NNAS Bronze Award (National Navigation Award Scheme)

The Bronze National Navigation Award is a practical hands-on award. It is aimed at people with no or very little navigation experience whether you are new to the outdoors or have been relying on others, guidebooks or easy well-defined routes.

It is also the starting point for many Duke of Edinburgh students, scouts, guides, cadet groups and Ten Tors participants who are looking to develop their outdoor skills. NNAS Bronze award is accredited by the Scottish Credit & Qualifications Framework (SCQF) at Level 4, and 2 SCQF credit points are awarded on completion.

The syllabus of the Bronze National Navigation Award teaches navigation in the countryside using paths tracks and other linear features. Basic map interpretation and compass work is also included.

For a full syllabus of the Bronze National Navigation Award see below:

Bronze Navigator Award Syllabus

 

This event will take place on the National Trusts Cotehele Estate, Cornwall PL12 6TA

Maximum group size is 8

Course duration is 12 hours over 2 days.

Start time 9.00am Sat and Sun

Finish time 3.30pm Sat and Sun

No experience is required to attend the NNAS Bronze award. A natural progression after completion of the bronze award would be to attend the NNAS Silver award. We host our NNAS silver award on Dartmoor

 

 

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