Lama School

The LAMA school of animation and education in children’s and youth’s free time was created by FacNhorte in 1992 and receives its name from the acronym of an excellent companion of many camps and a great open-air fan: Luís Ángel Martín Antolín.

It is recognized in the Principality of Asturias with the order number 5 of the schools registered and in 1993 it convened its first course for free time monitors.

Since then, it has held an Annual Course for Monitors and every two years for Leisure Time Directors, increasing from 400 to the number of young people graduated from the LAMA School.

The courses of our school seek the training of monitors and directors for all kinds of free time activities, although over time we have specialized in camp dynamics.

The profile of the participant in our courses is that of a boy or a girl over 18 years of age, who has lived an average of 3 years in the FAC Nhorte camps and who is interested in becoming a monitor in these same camps.

Likewise, it should be noted that 90% of the participants have previously taken the Camp Animators Course that LAMA and Nhorte organize every summer and that serves as an introductory step into the world of summer, children’s and youth entertainment.

The Monitor course consists of a theoretical-practical phase of 150 hours and it is a requirement to enroll to be 17 years old at the beginning of it. After this phase will come the 10-day internship to be carried out during the following 12 months in free time activities. The Director Course has 200 hours of theory-practice and 15 days of practice and it is required to be 18 years of age and have a Free Time Monitor qualification or sufficient experience, homologated by the Principality of Asturias.

They are professors of the Permanent Cloister of the school:

  • Ignacio Zarandona Fernandez

  • Begoña Autillo

  • Jose Luis Mellado Santamaria

  • José Mª Manzano Villazán

  • Javier Iglesias Perez

  • Andres Mellado Santamaria

  • Santiago Fernandez Martinez

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