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June

An educational visit to local woodlands. Ysgol Gynradd Aberteifi will be joining the Dysgu am Goed Education Officer for a 2 hour educational visit to learn about their local woodlands and the importance of woodland management.

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The aim of the week is to provide an introduction/taster for individuals that are considering a career in the forestry/ woodland sector. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about Woodland management, Health and Safety, gain some hands on experience of Countryside skills and develop team working and wood-crafting skills with the guidance of local woodland managers/ foresters.

Advance booking is essential and priority will be given to young people (aged 18-24) who are out of work or who may need some additional support. Help is available with transport costs to those who need it.

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The aim of the week is to provide an introduction/taster for individuals that are considering a career in the forestry/ woodland sector. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about Woodland management, Health and Safety, gain some hands on experience of Countryside skills and develop team working and wood-crafting skills with the guidance of local woodland managers/ foresters.

Advance booking is essential and priority will be given to young people (aged 18-24) who are out of work or who may need some additional support. Help is available with transport costs to those who need it.

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The aim of the week is to provide an introduction/taster for individuals that are considering a career in the forestry/ woodland sector. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about Woodland management, Health and Safety, gain some hands on experience of Countryside skills and develop team working and wood-crafting skills with the guidance of local woodland managers/ foresters.

Advance booking is essential and priority will be given to young people (aged 18-24) who are out of work or who may need some additional support. Help is available with transport costs to those who need it.

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Welcome to the Woods is a Welcome Week held at Coppicewood College, Cilgerran. 

The course is a taster in greenwood work and charcoal burning, and volunteers will be given opportunities for further woodland training as well as take home their own hand crafted item.

For more information, or to request a booking form, contact us

The course is aimed at volunteers between the age of 16 and 25 who are not in education, training or employment.

Get in touch

The aim of the week is to provide an introduction/taster for individuals that are considering a career in the forestry/ woodland sector. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about Woodland management, Health and Safety, gain some hands on experience of Countryside skills and develop team working and wood-crafting skills with the guidance of local woodland managers/ foresters.

Advance booking is essential and priority will be given to young people (aged 18-24) who are out of work or who may need some additional support. Help is available with transport costs to those who need it.

Get in touch

The aim of the week is to provide an introduction/taster for individuals that are considering a career in the forestry/ woodland sector. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about Woodland management, Health and Safety, gain some hands on experience of Countryside skills and develop team working and wood-crafting skills with the guidance of local woodland managers/ foresters.

Advance booking is essential and priority will be given to young people (aged 18-24) who are out of work or who may need some additional support. Help is available with transport costs to those who need it.

Get in touch

Welcome to the Woods is a Welcome Week held at Coppicewood College, Cilgerran. 

The course is a taster in greenwood work and charcoal burning, and volunteers will be given opportunities for further woodland training as well as take home their own hand crafted item.

For more information, or to request a booking form, contact us

The course is aimed at volunteers between the age of 16 and 25 who are not in education, training or employment.

Get in touch

Welcome to the Woods is a Welcome Week held at Coppicewood College, Cilgerran. 

The course is a taster in greenwood work and charcoal burning, and volunteers will be given opportunities for further woodland training as well as take home their own hand crafted item.

For more information, or to request a booking form, contact us

The course is aimed at volunteers between the age of 16 and 25 who are not in education, training or employment.

Get in touch

Welcome to the Woods is a Welcome Week held at Coppicewood College, Cilgerran. 

The course is a taster in greenwood work and charcoal burning, and volunteers will be given opportunities for further woodland training as well as take home their own hand crafted item.

For more information, or to request a booking form, contact us

The course is aimed at volunteers between the age of 16 and 25 who are not in education, training or employment.

Get in touch

Welcome to the Woods is a Welcome Week held at Coppicewood College, Cilgerran. 

The course is a taster in greenwood work and charcoal burning, and volunteers will be given opportunities for further woodland training as well as take home their own hand crafted item.

For more information, or to request a booking form, contact us

The course is aimed at volunteers between the age of 16 and 25 who are not in education, training or employment.

Get in touch