At Leave No Trace Ireland we believe in investing in our qualified trainers and training centres. This is why we have launched a new training network which aims to engage with Leave No Trace trainers and training centres creating opportunities to network, engage with other practitioners, collaborate on projects and programmes and learn from a new exciting Leave No Trace annual CPD programme.
Leave No Trace Ireland’s Outdoor Ethics Education Programme is designed to promote and inspire responsible outdoor recreation through education, research and partnerships. Covid-19 has highlighted how increasing numbers of people seek the beauty and exhilaration of the outdoors, and with the increase in visitors, our collective mark on the environment and its natural processes also increases. A key component of Leave No Trace Ireland’s strategy is to ensure our network of qualified trainers are supported and have the latest research and educational resources to deliver the organisation’s skills and ethics programme.
As part of the new network, all Leave No Trace trainers and training centres will be invited to join as an official member.
Leave No Trace Ireland are delighted to announce international renowned speakers will be sharing their knowledge with members through the annual CPD programme which will be launched on 25th March 2021. Our first speaker is, Richard Louv, international award-winning author. Richard’s books have helped launch an international movement to connect children, families and communities to nature. He speaks internationally on nature-deficit disorder and on the need for environmental protection and preservation for greater access to nature and the health of the Earth.
Leave No Trace would like to acknowledge the financial support from the Department of Rural and Community Development with this initiative.
Click here to read more about the network and how you can become an official member
For further information contact:
Leave No Trace Ireland | F28 KD63
P + 353 (0)1 9059009
M + 353 (0)86 1549 038