Free training in Responsible Outdoor Recreation for frontline hospitality staff in the Kerry Biosphere area just announced. Dates are available in March with events happening in Killarney, Killorglin, Kenmare and Glencar.
Speakers include Kerry Climbing, Kerry Mountain Rescue, The MacGillycuddy Reeks Mountain Access Forum and Leave No trace.
This course is tailored specifically for Frontline hospitality staff in the South adn Mid Kerry area who cater for a growing number of Outdoor recreational visitors to the region. It is suitable for all reception or admin staff that have a responsibility for communicating directly with visitors and sharing advice on activities in the area.
This course will share info on how to appropriately communicate to your customers on responsible and safe access and travel through the Kerry Biosphere area including Ireland's highest Mountain Range the MacGillycuddy Reeks. Training will include expert advice from Kerry climbing’s Piaras Kelley the #1 rated climbing company in Kerry and from Colm Burke of Kerry Mountain Rescue. The course will be offered free of charge however places are limited so early booking is essential.
This training course is being organised and delivered by The Kerry Biosphere Reserve, The MacGillycuddy Reeks Mountain Access Forum and Leave No Trace.
Killarney 21st of March at the Brehon Hotel Killarney 10am – 3pm
Register Here for Killarney Dates
Kenmare 28th of March at the Methodist church Kenmare 10am – 3pm
Register Here for Kenmare event
Glencar the 29th of March at the Climbers Inn Glencar 10am – 3pm
Register Here for Glencar event