The Camping and Caravanning Club, renowned for its dedication to the world of outdoor adventures, has unveiled its 2024 Club Courses. This initiative is a testament to the Club’s commitment to fostering a community of skilled and safe caravaners.
These courses, spanning from February to September 2024, are set to be held at the Club’s Coventry headquarters. Designed to cater to a diverse range of caravaners, from beginners to seasoned experts, the courses are now open for booking, offering a unique opportunity to enhance one’s caravanning skills.
The UK’s caravanning scene has witnessed a significant upswing, with many individuals and families opting for caravan holidays. Recognizing this trend, the Club’s courses are tailored to ensure every caravaner is equipped with the necessary skills to navigate the roads with confidence.
Each course is meticulously crafted, addressing real-world caravanning scenarios. From mastering the art of towing to understanding the intricacies of caravan maintenance, participants are guaranteed a holistic learning experience, according to a report by Van Life Matters.
Fliss Spink, a lead instructor with the Club, emphasizes the real-life applicability of these courses. “Our blend of classroom sessions and hands-on training ensures participants are well-prepared for their caravanning adventures,” she notes.
An added perk for participants is the insurance discount offered by Club Care, the Club’s trusted insurance partner, upon course completion. This initiative underscores the Club’s commitment to ensuring its members are both skilled and safeguarded on their journeys.
Among the courses on offer, the “Confidence Builder” is priced at £99 for members and £117 for non-members. The “Pitch and Progress” course, designed for those looking to refine their skills, is available at £160 for members and £188 for non-members.
The comprehensive “Two-Day Course” is priced at £320 for members and £376 for non-members, offering an immersive weekend of learning. For motorhome aficionados, the “Motorhome Manoeuvres” course, available at £160 for members and £188 for non-members, provides insights into handling larger vehicles.
The Club’s vision goes beyond individual skill enhancement. It aims to cultivate a responsible and skilled community of caravaners. As the popularity of caravanning continues to grow, such initiatives play a crucial role in ensuring the activity remains safe and enjoyable for all.