Tina Davenport


Outdoor Activity Administrator


Having been born and brought up in the Fort William and Lochaber area, I have an inbuilt love for all things outdoors. As a leisure climber in teenage years, I have a base understanding although did not continue with this discipline. I have an appreciation of slow, mini and micro adventures and get out walking and biking whenever I can.

In working life I have been involved in training and development for several years changing direction in 2010 to start work within West Highland College UHI. I currently work on a part time basis with the School of Adventure Studies supporting the team with a range of duties but primarily with the Practical side of the department linking with NGB short courses and administration of the Practical Programme.


SVQ Level 4 in Management (with a focus on Project Management)

SFEDI Assessed (Customer Facing Quality Assurance)

What is your main outdoor interest?

For the past 12 years I have been involved with / chaired the committee that delivers the Fort William Mountain Festival – www.mountainfestival.co.uk

Many of our students volunteer for this annual event held in the Outdoor Capital of the UK – www.outdoorcapital.co.uk. Students volunteer both on the committee throughout the year as well as throughout the 5 days of the festival weekend.