Engaging workshops that help young people develop key skills and encourage them to consider joining adventures in the future.
“I liked the ‘immersive’ experience of going to the Amazon and having to solve different problems.”
Location: School classroom or organisations space
Duration: 2.5 hours
Team size: 20 to 30 young people per British Exploring Society facilitator
Register interest: send us an email to book a workshop for your school or organisation via the button below
Potential to be life-changing: Unlimited
Supported by the Hartz Family Foundation, we commenced delivery in early 2020 and were able to reach 135 students before lockdown. We are taking reasonable, practical steps to provide social-distanced workshops that have minimal opportunities for surface contact and high levels of hygiene.
We understand that joining us on an expedition programme is often a big step for many young people. We deliver content-rich Expedition Workshops in schools to kick start the conversation, trust, and initial relationship to foster confidence in young people so that they might consider further adventure and enrichment options, including potentially an expedition programme with us.
Our Expedition Workshops are delivered in schools and youth organisations around the UK. These stand-alone, fun and engaging sessions benefit from our nearly-90 years of experience in delivering adventurous learning to help young people develop skills and gain a greater understanding of what going on an expedition would really be like.
Our aims for the Expedition Workshops are:
- To provide valued content for our partner schools and organisations and stand-alone learning for participants
- To develop experience in decision-making under pressure and support strategies for positive well-being for young people
- To present new and relatable adult role models to young people
- To dispel myths about the outdoors – about fitness, money, suitability, and the purpose of modern adventure and exploration
- To have fun and show learning in a new, exciting context, treating our audience as adults, as we do on all our programmes.