Tayside Orienteers


Coaching Session #1

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The Hermitage, Dunkeld

Sat 19th Mar 2016

Last updated: 29th Feb
Type of event: Coaching, Training
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Nearest town: Dunkeld

Pre event information

Directions / Parking

Session #1 will take place on Saturday 19 March at The Hermitage, Dunkeld.

Registration & Start Times

Time:   14.30-15.30

Entry Details

Session #1 of a four week block of coaching for TAY members at Technical Difficulty Level 1-3.

The sessions will be suitable for "Improvers" currently at Yellow/Orange level and will be suitable for both family groups or individuals. 

Please note that these sessions are for club members and places will be limited. Preference will be given to those who attended the August-September 2015 coaching and who wish to progress their orienteering skills. You must commit to attend all four sessions and pay in advance (approx. £12 per person, to cover map printing etc costs).

To express interest and reserve a place/places, please send name(s), contact details and details of orienteering experience to Moira Laws, Club Coach.  

Subject to demand and availability of club coaches, coaching may be available for those wishing to progress to TD 4 Level (Lt Green).   

Contacts / Officials

Moira Laws, Club Coach

moira.laws     @hotmail.co.uk (remove spaces)

Mobile: 07718 419259

Dogs allowed?

No dogs please

Safety and Risk

A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event.

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