Experiential and Adventure Education

CHINA / Karstaway

We are looking for bright, outgoing, individuals who are fantastic with kids and passionate about the outdoors, to join our 2 month program in China. This program is totally free and jam packed with adventure.

You will spend the first four weeks training in Yangshuo – probably the most breathtakingly stunning place in China.

The training includes 60 hours of Chinese classes with our brilliant local teachers. Classes are fun and designed to equip you with essential communication skills for you to get the most out of your time in China.

In the afternoons you will take part in different experiential education activities such as rock climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and caving, or learning about essential outdoor education skills such as group management and risk assessment.

The next four weeks are then spent interning with a Chinese outdoor education provider, assisting in providing holiday camps to children around China.

You could be working on a surf camp in tropical Hainan, a nature camp close to Beijing or trying loads of different activities on multi-activity camps arounds China.

We can only take the most brilliant applicants so please get in touch soon.

If you are hard working, always up for a challenge, outgoing and great with kids send us a CV to katy@karstaway.com and let us us know why you think you are right for this opportunity

Inclusions
‣ 60 hours of Mandarin Instruction
‣ 4 weeks training in outdoor education including practical lessons in outdoor sports including rock climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and caving.
‣ 4 weeks practical internship with a reputable outdoor education company in China assisting with the running of summer camps.
‣ Bike rental
‣ Accommodation
‣ Weekday Meals

Not included
‣ Flights
‣ Visa
‣ Insurance

Expires: May 19, 2018

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