Land Rover driver training
We have teamed up with Land Rover to provide a practical driver training course covering driving and safety techniques for people undertaking expeditions, fieldwork or research in remote areas.
- Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 September 2017
- Eastnor Castle, Near Ledbury, Herefordshire
To help raise the safety and effectiveness of small teams operating in remote areas, the Society has teamed up with Jaguar Land Rover to provide a practical course covering key basic off-road driving and safety techniques including towing and winching. This is a unique opportunity to benefit from Jaguar Land Rover’s expertise and discuss how the vehicles can be used to their full potential in the demanding situations posed by expeditions. Details of the two-day course are available here (PDF).
Who is the training aimed at?
This course is intended for those organising or involved in research, community or conservation projects overseas. Individuals rather than groups are encouraged to apply as places are strictly limited.
When is the next Land Rover Training course?
Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 September 2017, 9.00am-4.00pm
How much does the training cost?
£228 (incl. VAT) - retail value normally £790
Where is the training held?
Eastnor Castle, Near Ledbury, Herefordshire
What will I be driving?
How do I book a place?
You will be introduced to key off-road driving techniques using Land Rover vehicles. These are likely to be either the Land Rover Discovery or the Defender.
Download a booking form (PDF)
Email Geography Outdoors: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Most enjoyable, informative and practical course, providing a 'no nonsense' approach to both planning and developing safe off-road driving skills."
Land Rover Bursary
If you are planning an expedition and would like to receive over £15,000 and an expedition-ready Land Rover, apply for the Land Rover Bursary.