Ian Robertson – Executive Director
Ian qualified from Jordanhill College of Physical Education where he studied sport in the community and was then involved with Scottish Rugby for 12 years as player, coach and development officer. Ian then moved to project manage the Scottish National Angling Programme followed by a spell managing the Country Sports Tourism Group. Before taking on his role as Executive Director of CLS Ian spent 4 years as wildlife manager at Pitcarmick estate.
Ian is passionate about creating responsible access to the countryside through creating a rural environment where recreational activity, volunteering opportunities, rural livelihoods, and traditional land uses can live in harmony through better education and understanding.
Contact Ian to discuss:
- Supporting the trust or making a donation
- The Tam Tod Trophy
- If you would like to know more about any aspect of Countryside Learning Scotland
Nicola Tuer – Event Coordinator
Nicola recently joined Countryside Learning Scotland in February 2016; in her role she liaises with schools to raise awareness of our programmes and co-ordinates the countryside speakers and visits.
Nicola runs a small rural bicycle shop in the heart of East Perthshire and has experience of recreational land use in the countryside.
Contact Nicola to discuss:
- Industries to Schools
- Countryside Days
- If you would like to know more about the Education Programme