Bronze Navigator Award Overview
The Bronze National Navigation Award is a practical hands-on navigation course. It is aimed at people with no navigation experience. This award teaches navigation skills in the countryside using paths tracks and other linear features. Basic map interpretation and compass work is also included. It's provides an excellent foundational navigation skill set for you to develop for walking and hiking.
Bronze National Navigation Award is accredited by the Scottish Credit & Qualifications Framework (SCQF) at Level 4, and 2 SCQF credit points are awarded on completion of the assessment.
Bronze Navigator Award Syllabus
Who is the Bronze Navigator Award for?
This award is aimed at people with no map reading or navigation experience
A general level of fitness is required for a days walking in upland and mountainous terrain.
It is also the starting point for many Duke of Edinburgh students, scouts and guides and cadet groups who are looking to develop their outdoor skills.
The following kit is available to hire:
Our courses run at the following locations:
The National Navigation Award Scheme (NNAS) is a personal performance, non-competitive, incentive scheme for all ages to learn navigation skills and gain confidence to get out and enjoy the countryside.
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