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Full Challenge Courses
Low Course - The Low Challenge Course is a carefully orchestrated set of physical and mental activities and challenges for small groups of people. The activities focus on leadership, trust, communication, problem solving, teamwork, cooperation, decision making, motivation and conflict resolution. These activities compel the group to work together to overcome the challenges and therefore build cohesiveness.
High Course - After the group has completed the sequence of Low initiatives, they are ready to experience the High Course. This Course focuses on the individual's emotional and physical insecurities, helps them set and complete personal goals and fosters perseverance, risk taking, and motivation using height as a stressor. The group acts as an emotional support for the individual who is climbing the element - putting to use the skills developed on the Low Course.
Debriefing Process - After each Low or High initiative, the facilitator leads a debrief discussion which focuses on a teamwork topic relative to that event. Through open discussions, the activities are then related to real life situations. These discussions are not lectures on teamwork, but provide a welcoming and positive forum for the participants to analyze the activities and relate relevant insights to their group.
The Portable Challenge Course is a carefully orchestrated set of physical and mental challenges and activities for small groups. The Course features a variety of initiatives together with many ice breaking activities and games with specific purposes. This course can be taken to the client's site or a neutral site of the Client's choice. This course also involves the debriefing process.
The Corporate Connection
This is a shortened variation of the portable course, usually 1-2 hours. It can be used to kick off a day of meetings, motivate goal setting or to experientially illustrate a teamwork topic that you are reinforcing in your corporation. This course can be taken to the client's site or a neutral site of the client's choice. This course also involves the debriefing process.