The partners of the Sustainbility and Environmental Education in Outdoor Sports project invite you to attend the final Project Learning Symposium in Munich from the 13th – to 15th of November, 2023. The main program scheduled for the 14th of November.
The SEE Project aims to enhance the protection of natural landscapes through education in and through sport with special focus on responsible outdoor behaviour and skills development for outdoor sports leaders, trainers, guides, or instructors.During the SEE Learning Symposium, hosted at the beautiful Burg Schwaneck just outside of Munich, attendees will learn about today’s challenges and opportunities regarding outdoor sports practiced in (protected) natural areas and how to address these through newly developed training methodologies in outdoor sports education.
The symposium is an opportunity to bring together an international audience from both the outdoor sports sector and the environmental protection sector to share ideas, transfer knowledge and work on future collaborations. The program will include ample opportunities to learn and network from one another through various facilitated networking sessions with project partners and experts, interactive activities, and demonstrations of the SEE Educational Toolkit.
The learning symposium will be a full-day programme (Tuesday) which includes practical workshop sessions where partner organisations of the project will demonstrate several toolkit activities. In addition to the toolkit demonstration, the program will include inspirational speeches from leaders in environmental activism, networking activities, dinner, and social program in the evening.
Extend your stay and join the SEE project partners for an early bird outdoor activity on Wednesday morning followed by workshop session and a deep dive networking session which will focus on specific topics related to different environments and sport type.
If you are working in the outdoor sports sector as trainer, tutor, or any other educational role (eg. at a Sports University, sports federation, outdoor training centre, VET provider in the field of OS), or in the outdoor sports / adventure travel tourism sector, then this Learning symposium is the best opportunity to gain new insights in the latest developments of sustainability and environmental education in outdoor sports.
Are you working for a National Park, Protected Area (e.g. member of the EUROPARC Federation) or working with guiding companies, travel agencies in your capacity as land manager, outdoor recreation manager, forestry manager etc.? Then this learning symposium will have valuable insights for you as well and provides great opportunities to have a dialogue to strengthen the relationship between the nature and outdoor sport sector.
Registration for the event includes lunch, coffee breaks and dinner on Tuesday (other meals /drinks are at own expense). The ticket fee of €20,- will be used to offset the total carbon footprint of the event (e.g. international traveling and overnight stays of the attendees). Of course, participants are encouraged to make use of public transportation as much as possible.