By: Ian Wells On: January 16, 2020 In: Duke of Ed Comments: 0

We’re celebrating our 1st birthday as a provider of Duke of Edinburgh’s Award adventurous journeys and residential projects. Here is our present to you. Secure a date for a double journey, that is both practice and qualifying journeys with a day of reflection in between, from bronze through to...

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16Jan
By: Ian Wells On: January 16, 2020 In: Professional Programs Comments: 2

People Development is an innovative approach to building be courageous leaders in your team. You might pay for it from your Professional Development budget and that’s OK, we’ll still call it People Development. Are you ready to take your team on a journey of discovery? A journey enabling your...

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16Jan
By: Ian Wells On: January 16, 2020 In: Adventure Learning Comments: 0

Rite of Passage – a new program to facilitate and acknowledge the significant milestones on your students’ journeys through their transition to high school, adolescence and into the adult world. In collaboration with Dr Arne Rubinstein, renowned expert on adolescent development and founder of the Rites of Passage Institute,...

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By: Ian Wells On: January 14, 2020 In: Sponsorship Comments: 0

“I am now fortunate enough to be in the position to re-pay a 45 year old ‘debt’”. Dave, Outward Bound Alum and Sponsor. In 1974, at 16, Dave was given a scholarship to attend a program with Outward Bound Trust in the UK. It’s fair to say it changed his life. Under the tutelage of...

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By: Ian Wells On: July 16, 2019 In: Adventure Learning Comments: 0

Adventure Learning or How to break the cycle of disadvantage and have fun outdoors too By Alex Green, CEO, Outward Bound Mental health, homelessness, disadvantage…  the for-purpose sector takes on some intractable challenges.  The problems we grapple with are not going to go away on their own, and if...

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28Jun
By: Ian Wells On: June 28, 2019 In: Education Comments: 0

Academics rave about the benefits of outdoor education: its ability to enhance student’s academic learning, fast-forward personal development and promote physical and emotional wellbeing, regardless of gender, ethnicity or socio-economic barriers. But despite the benefits, schools often find it difficult to introduce extra-curricular outdoor education. Why and what would...

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17May
By: Ian Wells On: May 17, 2019 In: Experiential Learning Comments: 0

Retain Your Best Graduates through Experiential Learning How can you, as a graduate employer, retain your brightest talent? This, according to PWC, is the $3.8 billion question. But the answer could be a walk in the park, with studies showing experiential learning delivers significant outcomes. Here’s the problem: today’s...

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