What we do has a risk of harm – this is an inherent part of adventure and the learning that makes doing it worthwhile and fun.
Teaching participants how to manage this is just as much a part of our job as the teaching the outdoor skills themselves. Our job is to manage, but not eliminate this risk, as this is what gives us the benefit of outdoor eduction. Often what the participant sees is ‘perceived risk’ but not real risk.
- Association of Heads of Outdoor Education Centre’s Gold Standard
- Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge (ensure you tell your EVC)
- AAIAC Adventure Mark
We are also members of the
Institute of Outdoor Learning
Association of Heads of Outdoor Education Centres
And we are recognised providers for
- St Johns’ Ambulance – Young Peoples first aid
- National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme
- National Navigation Awards Body – Navigation
- Outdoor Education Advisers Panel – Outdoor Learning and Environmental cards
Please download our document in accordance with the OEAP National Guidance required for Educational Visits.