“Working with, not for” – Principles of Inclusion
Fieldfare provides training for countryside managers, voluntary access groups and grant providers. Courses and seminars give greater awareness of disability issues in the countryside and will help you integrate an inclusive approach into your daily work. Course content is updates regularly, particularly to cover changes in relevant legislation eg. the replacement of the Disability Discrimination Act with the Equality Act 2010
We work with national training providers to provide key courses relevant to rangers, planners, managers, access officers etc.
We can also offer your organisation flexible, cost effective, tailor-made courses to meet your specific needs.
Training areas available include:
- Equality Act 2010 (Disability Strand)
- Practical Auditing Skills
- Contract Management
- Policy and Strategy
- Path Network Planning
- Least Restrictive Access
- Countryside for All Physical Access Standards
- Project Management
- Countryside Rights of Way
- Inclusive Event Management
- Accessibile Information
- Sensory Access
- Grant Assessment/Evaluation
To find out more about how you can benefit from our training Contact Us now.
“Their working knowledge of how to improve access to the countryside and their ability to enthuse others was exactly what was required.”
Gwenda Diack, Senior Ranger, Stirling.
“Their approach is challenging, interactive and geared to the audience. You won’t leave without at least having re-evaluated your approach to this area of work or, at most changed your mind completely about the way you work.”
Ali Hibbert, Project Officer, Paths For All
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