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Courses and workshops for fieldwork and expeditions

Our courses throughout the year focus on field techniques, field safety training, and a range of specialist subjects. 

Upcoming courses and workshops

A selection of our in-person and online events.

Exhibition

Other Everests: one mountain, many worlds

Using stunning photographs presented in large-format vivid lightboxes, combined with displays of artefacts, the exhibition shares fascinating archives from the Royal Geographical Society and the Mountain Heritage Trust.

Field visit

Field visit: SS Freshspring Ship, Bideford

Visit to the historic SS Freshsprigs ship which is berthed in Bideford

£10.00 - £10.00
Exhibition

Earth Photo: Sidney Nolan Trust

See a stunning selection of the shortlisted images which stimulate conversations about our world.

£6.00
WEBINAR

Chartered Geographer introductory webinar

Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.

Exhibition

Earth Photo: Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest

See a stunning selection of the shortlisted images which stimulate conversations about our world.

Guided walk

Natural history and Wainwright in the Northern Fells

A joint walk with the Wainwright Society in the Northern Fells to explore the natural history and landscape

£0.00 - £5.00
citizen science

Global GeoARTBliz 2024

Join us from wherever you are in the world for a free global citizen art-science blitz from 21–28 July 2024.

Webinar

Is it still ‘not all about the money’? Discuss!

Join us for this interactive webinar co-hosted with the AGI Early Careers Network (ECN) to reflect on what early career professionals value most from their employers (other than pay), and how these values change as careers develop.

Lecture

Everest: East side story

One hundred years after George Mallory and Sandy Irvine disappeared near the top of Everest, Stephen Venables, the first British climber to reach the world’s highest summit without supplementary oxygen, will recount his own ascent in the light of the first pioneering attempts.

Non-Society event

65th London international youth science forum

LIYSF is an intensive STEM summer camp, which welcomes 500 of the best young science students ages 16-21 from over 80 countries.

£3,095.00
Exhibition

Earth Photo: Hardwick Hall

Visit National Trust Hardwick Hall from 3 August 2024 to 31 August 2024 to see a selection of shortlisted Earth Photo 2024 images.

£19.00
WEBINAR

Chartered Geographer introductory webinar

Join this webinar to learn more about the benefits of becoming Chartered.