Date: 27th July 2019
Day 1, Saturday 27th July and Day 2, Sunday 28th July 2019.
Meet at 10am in the car park beside the Falkland Library, Back Wynd, Falkland, Fife KY15 7BX
The National Navigation Award Scheme (NNAS) Silver navigator award is a National Standard recognised by Mountain Training, Glenmore Lodge, the Duke of Edinburgh Award, British Orienteering and other organisations. It is accredited by the Scottish Credit & Qualifications Framework (SCQF) at Level 4 and 2 SCQF credit points are awarded on successful completion along with an officially recognised certificate. Although it is recommended that you have completed the NNAS Bronze prior to this course, it is not a requirement and will depend on your previous experience. Please contact me in advance of booking if you have any questions regarding your current level of experience.
This is a twelve hour course held over two six hour days which includes the assessment in the second half of day two. On successful completion of the award you will be able to relate small hills, prominent re-entrants and spurs to their corresponding map contours. Measure distance by timing and pacing. Use a compass to accurately follow a bearing, aim off, check the direction of handrails and other linear features.
These are predominantly outdoor, practical days, there is no planned classroom work involved, please dress and equip yourself for a day on the hills and bring any food and drink you may need. See the What do I need? link above for more information, or contact me.
Please bring a suitable compass of a type similar to a Silva type 4 marked with degrees. I will provide relevant maps.
A certificate of competence will be issued to those who complete the course assessment.
The cost of the two day, 12 hour course, is £85 per person
Places are limited to eight only, please book quickly to avoid disappointment.
Availability: places still available