Looking for the ability to set challenges for others? Participants at an upcoming Adventures In Low Elements Workshop facilitated by Project Adventure and scheduled for Nov. 13-15, 2015 at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, can focus exclusively on adventure programming.
“The challenge course located at Charlie Elliott provides a great place to introduce potential new Project Adventure leaders on how-to develop programming and execute successful workshops,” said Keri Hinchion of Project Adventure.
The Adventures in Low Elements workshop focuses exclusively on adventure programming using low challenge course elements. Topics include the facilitation of warm up activities, problem-solving initiatives, trust sequences, and standard operating procedures of specific low elements. Participants will experience sequencing, framing and debriefing techniques, and learn safety guidelines as well as creative variations for low element facilitation. The workshop will be held on the challenge course at Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center which Project Adventure built in 2012.
Project Adventure, Inc. (PA) is a non-profit organization committed to advancing active learning by providing clients with the requisite tools and training to challenge themselves. Since 1971, PA has been a leader in adventure-based experiential programming, which uses group-based physical activities to build character, promote teamwork, and encourage responsibility. In addition to adventure programming, training, certification and consulting, Project Adventure provides challenge course services including design, installation, inspection and repair. PA is one of two non-profits accredited by ACCT as a Full Service Vendor, and is proud to be the only organization that also holds Program Accreditation for Corporate Team Building & Training from the Association for Experiential Education (AEE).
Interested participants can register at Project Adventure’s website at http://workshops.pa.org/technical/adventures-in-low-elements/ or call 978-524-4555.
Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, named for the first director of what is now the Wildlife Resources Division, offers outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, shooting and birding along with educational programs and a conference center, banquet hall and hotel-styled lodging, all within an hour’s drive of Atlanta. The 6,400 acres include Marben Public Fishing Area and Clybel Wildlife Management Area.
For more information on the upcoming workshop, please visit http://workshops.pa.org/technical/adventures-in-low-elements/. For more information on the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, visit www.georgiawildlife.com/CharlieElliott.