Believing in young people and their potential underpins what we do, and how we develop our adventure activity and educational programmes.
We don’t mean just delivering a great mountainboarding session but helping a young person grow in confidence, express themselves, be more resilient and go on to achieving more than they believed when they first showed up at Adventure Activities!
✓ If you want education outcomes… we can do that.
✓ If you want transformational outcomes… we can do that.
✓ If you want life skills outcomes… we can do that.
✓ Fun, challenge and a big smile come as standard!
Our tutors and guides
Being our best means we can encourage young people to be their best. This in turn means that Adventure Activities takes training and qualifications really, really seriously but we also look to have ‘people-people’ on our team.
So what does all that mean?
If you’re a school, scout leader or parent looking at sending your young people on an outdoor residential (maybe their first time away from home or on a group trip) you can be assured that we’ve looked at every aspect of their stay with us, whether it’s 2 hours or 2 weeks!
We’re happy to be completely transparent about the level of qualification we expect from all our tutoring and guiding team. Take a look at our ‘Minimum Qualifications | Maximum Training’ chart below.
In addition, every member of our staff team has an enhanced Disclosure and Barring and Service check, we have 2 of the team as qualified Mental Health First Aiders and a specialist trained tutor in individual needs who leads on our Alternative Adventure sessions.
You can tell we’re passionate about our duty of care for young people while they are with us and strive to ensure that we go beyond the necessary and deliver best practice in under canvas stays, safeguarding, risk assessments and our health and well being provision.