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Meet Woodlore’s Instructors: Tom Seward

Since Woodlore’s inception many decades ago, our aim has always been to offer the most prestigious level of training in bushcraft and wilderness survival skills. As such, we pride ourselves on our dedicated team of instructors, whose passion for the subject shines through in their teaching.

And so it is with delight that we conclude the recent series of blog posts today focusing on Aspirant Instructor Tom Seward. If you’ve been thinking about booking a course with Woodlore, here is your chance to get to know the instructors who may be guiding you this year.

Tom Seward

Aspirant Instructor Tom Seward

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Becoming a Woodlore Aspirant Instructor

We are delighted to announce that Steve Corbyn has joined the ranks of Aspirant Instructor in our field team, after passing the rigorous test set by Woodlore this winter.  We look forward to seeing Steve bring his excellent leadership skills to many courses in the future.  Steve had the following words to say about his experience:

Woodlore Aspirant Instructor Steve Corbyn

Woodlore Aspirant Instructor Steve Corbyn

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