“Methods that Guides”
This module consist of the basic hands-on elements that a forest school leader or support would usually experience and be familiar with. The skills and craft learnt in the modules can be easily related to non-forest school environment easily as well.
Content & Agenda of Training Module
(i) CRAFT MAKING
To be able to express one’s thought and feeling through the craft created from existing materials.
To empathise with the different behaviour of a child in a forest school session, and have a practical understanding of how to manage children
(iii) TOOL TALK & USAGE
To be able to use a knife safely, and facilitate younger participants on how to use the knife using tools talks, proper briefings and supervision
(iv) FSS FIRST AID-ING
To deliver basic first aid skills on Cuts, Falls, Bites
***Note on Keeping an Open Mind
What you learn must not be taken as the fact or the only truth in your learning journey. It should serve as a guiding force/direction to your understanding. It is your prerogative to focus on where you can relate and learn better.
Details of the Training
Type: Practical, Hands-On
Date: 26th September 2020, Saturday
Time: 9.00am to 12.00nn (3-hour)
Location: Dairy Farm Nature Park
Group size: Maximum 7 pax
Conducted by: Ben (Training Specialist)
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