Based in the South West and operating across the UK Channel Training is a specialist provider of government funded training and professional development for the outdoor industry. Apprenticeships, professional leadership training and specialist adventure programming – all delivered by people who passionately believe in outdoor learning and those who make it happen. If you’re a student thinking about a career in the outdoors, an outdoor professional wanting to take the next step, an employer seeking to retain good staff or if you’re looking for an exciting, high profile development opportunity then you’re in the right place. Please explore our pages or just drop us a line – the best part of this job is the people and we’d love to hear from you.
- Spaces are filling up fast! Book now! #loveexmoor #exmoorperambulation #hiking https://t.co/SawisneAYG 1 day ago
- RT @sryp: Putting the new @ChannelTraining apprentices through their paces https://t.co/zvYXwbMVG8 1 day ago
- RT @NTSWOF: A sunsplashed S-West #halfterm morn, perfect for planning adventures for the kids at #SWOF. How 'bout axe throwing? https://t.c… 1 week ago
J. Merrick-Wren – Assistant Principal Huish Episcopi Academy'Channel Training provide a diverse and engaging range of activities that enable all our Level 3 Public Service students to make great progress. 100% of students that took the course rated the provision as 'Outstanding' in the Academy's annual student Survey - testament to the high quality of the programme delivered by Darren Sherwood and Jim Whittaker of Channel Training'
Paul Rose 2014 – Taunton Jobcentre Plus Outdoor Learning Programme
Awesome programme and a great experience I'll treasure forever. The course helped build my confidence in unfamiliar situations, showed me how to work as part of a team and look out for others. Highly recommended and hope to do some more in the near future.
Richard Carpenter 2014 – Pendine Outdoors
Its fantastic to hear and see the future outdoor facilitator's gaining valuable knowledge into real outdoor learning and the impact it can have. Well done keep up the good work.