NNAS Bronze Award Navigation Course
We run our National Navigation Award Scheme NNAS Bronze Award navigation courses in Yorkshire, usually on Ilkley Moor. It is a practical, hands-on course with an element of assessment to gain a recognised qualification.
The Bronze award is for people with little or no navigational experience. Therefore, it is ideal for young people and adults, especially anyone who has so far struggled with navigation. It is an excellent starting point for many Duke of Edinburgh Award students, scouts, guides and cadets who want to develop their outdoor skills. What is more, it is also fun for families to book together. It is also a gentle introduction to navigation for those who are intimidated by the subject.
Although the course includes an amount of walking, the distances are small and the terrain is gentle. So, those who have doubts about their fitness should not be put off because it is primarily a navigation course not an endurance test.
The ratio for these courses is 1:8 maximum.
If the NNAS Bronze Award in Yorkshire is not right for you, then we offer these other navigation courses: