Playing on the Range
Playing on the Range

Course Aims & Assessment

Aims of the course are to:

  • enable learners to gain confidence and competence in facilitating freely chosen play in 'open access' provision;
  • enable learners to understand the importance of play ranger projects within the wider community;
  • develop learners' ability to effectively monitor and evaluate their play ranger service;
  • help learners appreciate the significance of community and project development and the importance of accountability for the play ranger service.


Assessment

The delivery of the course will emphasise participative learning, practical group work and individual reflective practice. The assessment will be based on your active participation during the taught session and completion of a reflective diary, the diary can be presented in any format which reflects your learning needs.

To pass this course and receive a certificate you must:

  • Attend 80% of the taught sessions
  • Actively participate in sessions
  • Complete assessments including a course reflective diary

 

"The tutors were amazing and made me feel comfortable even in my growth zone."

Josua Matahau

Playwork Tutors

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Want to get involved?

Please contact us if you are interested in finding out about our work in more detail or would like to discuss working together on a development project or commission some research. For information on past project work please click here or for details of past research work click here.