- various dates and venues in Wales
- POSTPONED - 18th February 7pm to 9pm - Plas Pencelli, Brecon
POSTPONED - 22nd February 7pm to 9pm - Twr Y Felin, St David’s - watch this space....
FREE to all – not just IOL Members
This is an opportunity to learn more about reflective practice; the ways in which it can improve your performance and make life more fun. Please bring writing materials and a sense of adventure. This event is free and open to all (not just IOL members), but will be of particular benefit for people embarking on RPIOL or APIOL and their coaches.
Free to attend but you need to book please.
IOL Wales hope that you will be able to go along to one of these events.
Policy Forum for Wales Keynote Seminar: Sports policy in Wales - priorities for funding, facilities and improving participation
- some notes by IOL Wales rep at the forum, Nick Winder
IOL Wales/Cymru are delighted to let you know that they will be exhibiting at this event in early March.
Llanberis Adventure and Mountain Film Festival (LLAMFF) on 3-5 March
LLAMFF is a charity and raises money for local Mountain Rescue as well as raising awareness in mountain safety, championing conservation of the environment and creating a bursary for young filmmakers.
Come along to the event and while you are there come and say hello to IOL Wales/Cymru.
The website address is: www.llamff.co.uk
High Quality Outdoor Education in Wales
took place at Kent Mountain Centre, Llanberis, 9th December 2016
|The Outdoor Education Advisers Panel in Wales are seeking funding to translate ‘High Quality Outdoor Education’ into Welsh. Before they commission translators they want to consult with providers to ensure that the new document is fit for purpose in Wales (that it matches the new Welsh Curriculum for instance). This event was an opportunity for you to contribute to the process.
|Arwel Elias (OEAP) outlined his inspiring vision for bringing together providers from the length and breadth of Wales (all singing from the same hymn sheet) into an effective lobby for Outdoor Learning at Welsh Parliament. During his talk, Arwel explained how the new Welsh Curriculum seems tailor made to be supported by Outdoor Learning in all its diversity and through its myriad providers in Wales.
Arwel then led us in an interesting exploration the ways in which the new curriculum could be supported by the ‘High Quality Outdoor Learning’ document which, as you would expect, are numerous.
Finally he offered us an action plan.
Eluned (Lun) Roberts (IOL Cymru Coordinator)
Download Lun's full report from the meeting.
- Brecon Beacons National Park wins dark sky status. BBC News report HERE.
- Natural Resource Body for Wales - Consultation. Here is a LINK to the story we have done following Wednesdays very positive meeting with the minister. The new organisations Chief exec has been named as Dr. Emyr Roberts.
- 7th October - Committee meeting Rhayader Centre ( please contact Lun Roberts to book to attend)
watch this space
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