Regional Park interpreters deliver workshops to group leaders and educators – all with the idea of connecting more people with nature. So, whether you head up a group of scouts or guides, preschoolers or seniors, new parents or recent immigrants, work colleagues or camp leaders, there is something for everyone –
all that is required is a group of up to 15 people and an interest in learning about nature.
Check the descriptions below to find the best fit for your staff or volunteers. Or make a custom request when you book online.
Connecting children to nature
Want to get children outside and help them reap the benefits of outside learning? This workshop will provide you with tips, tricks and tools of the trade, and helpful info about group management. You'll also discover activities and games to heighten participants' sensory awareness, focus learning and help them engage with nature.
Nurture with nature
Learn about current research into the health benefits of nature and its practical application. Experience first-hand activities that rejuvenate, reconnect and restore a sense of well-being.
Interpretation skills workshop
Want to learn how to inspire audiences and forge connections between people and place? Learn how to plan programs, lead guided walks, deliver nature talks and age-appropriate activities. This workshop may be of interest to park workers, volunteers, camp leaders and university students.
Naturalist skills workshop
Our passionate Regional Park interpreters share their knowledge about topics ranging from plant identification to tracking wild animals to identifying bird calls. Discover ways to expand your awareness and enhance your observational skills of natural and seasonal phenomena.