Trust Game In two rows, two people hold a wooden stick together, thus forming an aerial ladder on which participants take turns to walk. Highlights of the training programme:_____________ Team Building Team coordination skills Communication skills Trust building Duration: 1 hour Number of participants: 10-20 Language: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
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The Advantages of Adventure Training
Through simulated wilderness adventures, you can learn coping skills and enhance your personal abilities. These wilderness adventures are specially designed to challenge your psychological and physical fears and obstacles by exposing you to a variety of difficult and realistic challenges that require you to overcome your own difficulties, apprehensions and so on. The most important thing is to be able to cross your comfort zone when doing these challenges. Participants need to bring their teammates to help each other to complete certain challenges. Or, in some cases, participants need to think and judge the situation on their own, without support or help, and overcome their own psychological barriers to achieve the challenge. Even people of all ages can gain different levels of insight and physical and mental development from participating in adventure activities.
Adventure Training Programme
Balance beam Working as a team, the team crossed a balance beam and all crossed it to reach the other end. Key Training: Ability to assist each other Immediate responsiveness Team Cohesion Duration: 1 hour Number of participants: 10-20 Language: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Climbing Climbing up the artificial rocks is a challenge to one’s guts and physical fitness, with several team members pulling safety ropes and expert assistance, making it very safe and exciting. Key Training : Overcoming the fear of heights Challenge yourself Team Trust Duration: 1-2 hours Number of participants: 10-30 Language: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Blind Trail Use a rope as a cue to navigate through different tasks and challenges in the dark. Key Training Items: Sensory Sensitivity Training Breaking the Comfort Zone Self-challenge Duration: 2 hours Number of people: 5 – 50 people Languages: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Bamboo raft Using bamboo and large plastic buckets, the team will work together to build a raft and transport the whole team out to sea to complete the mission around the designated target within the designated time. Key Training Items: Teamwork Communication skills Organisational skills Duration: 2-3 hours Number of participants: 10-80 Languages: Cantonese / Mandarin / English Quote Now
Using nature’s limited resources, the group will work together to create a raft to carry the crew and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the mountains, waterfalls and jungle in an alternative way. Key Training Items: Developing strategies Building team spirit Implementation and problem solving in practice Establishing effective group communication patterns Available team topics: trust building, crisis management, goal setting, unity Duration: from 2 hours Number of people: 12 – 60 Languages: Cantonese / Mandarin / English
This non-strenuous activity is suitable for anyone looking for an alternative way to get in touch with nature and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the mountains, waterfalls, and jungle. Experience the thrill of zip-lining at high speed with your body and mind on this zip-lining adventure. Key Training Items: Improving self-confidence Observation Courage Training Team Building Available team topics: trust building, crisis management, goal setting, unity Duration: from 2 hours Number of people: 12 – 60 Languages: Cantonese / Mandarin / English
There is a great deal of cooperation and collaboration in the process, and it is important to work together to build team spirit and even resolve old misunderstandings. Key Training Items: Problem solving skills Team cohesion Building team spirit Understanding the importance of teamwork Creating an atmosphere of harmony and integration Learn to appreciate the diversity of different working partners Possible team topics: strategy use, goal setting, division of labour, solidarity, trust building, mutual understanding, communication skills, presentation skills Duration: from 2 hours Languages: Cantonese / Putonghua / English
Canoeing is a fun activity for young and old alike. All you need is a paddle, a life-saving/floatation jacket and your participation, and a little guidance. A canoe trip through one of the most beautiful arches in Hong Kong is a unique experience that is sure to be a memorable one! Key Training Items: Time Control and Management Flexibility Organisation and execution skills Problem solving in implementation and execution Available team topics: crisis management, goal setting, solidarity Duration: from 4 hours Number of people: 12 – 60 Languages: Cantonese / Putonghua / English
This activity will enhance participants’ knowledge of ropes and equipment; it will also strengthen the skills of rope descent and allow participants to develop positive and active attitudes, increase their self-confidence, think outside the box and break out of their personal limits through the activity, giving each participant the opportunity to grow as an individual. Key training programmes: Discretion and rigour Flexibility Make accurate and immediate decisions Increased self-confidence Available team topics: trust building, crisis management, goal setting, solidarity Duration: from 2 hours Number of people: 12 – 60 Languages: Cantonese / Putonghua / English
What is the theory of adventure-based counselling?
Counselling through adventure means experiencing activities through nature, outdoor activities, adventure activities and so on, which in Hong Kong is mainly called “adventure training”. It is a way to enjoy the interaction with nature through different challenges in outdoor places and to challenge yourself through some challenging adventure training activities. Therefore, adventure training is not only a physical activity, but also a way to enhance your mental abilities.
Alan W. Ewert
Alison E. Voight is a medical program that uses adventure-based therapy, not only to develop the mind and body through outdoor activities, but also as a therapeutic and rehabilitative treatment.
Based on the benefits of training in Adventure
You will have to work with others to solve uncharted problems. Having teammates allows you to learn different aspects of communication, trust, and cooperation through different adventure training activities. All these different interaction skills are essential elements of teamwork skills.
Interacting with Nature
Many adventurous activities take place in the natural environment, such as rock climbing, canoeing, and zip-lining. Nature is a natural soothing agent for people. It has been scientifically proven that being in nature can reduce cortisol to reduce stress, anxiety, and other psychological problems.
Suitable for people of all ages
People of all ages, from young to old, can benefit from adventure training. In particular, adventure training is the most effective way to strengthen psychological skills, as different adventure training activities have different effects, and a wide range of outdoor activities are available to strengthen the different abilities of different people.
Breakthrough comfort zone
One of the key objectives of adventure training is to break out of your comfort zone. You will be challenged to do different things in a natural environment. These challenges may cause fear, anxiety and overwhelm because they may be difficult and problematic in ways you have never encountered before. Once you have broken out of your comfort zone and succeeded in your challenge, you will feel successful and transformed.
The benefits of adventure training for employees
The benefits of adventure activities allow employees to experience challenges among themselves, to find themselves in them, to challenge difficulties and problems, to constantly stimulate and exceed their limits, to enhance their competitiveness, motivation, and productivity, to reduce their own stress efficiently, and to help the competitiveness of the company.
Alison E. Voight
Alison E. Voight is an advocate of outdoor experiential therapy. He advocates outdoor experiential therapy as a way to experience nature and to recover from psychological problems such as stress, courage training, and stepping out of one's comfort zone. Adventure training is a great help to people of all ages, and can be used to promote physical and mental development through different outdoor experiences.
“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.” Quote by Helen Keller
Assessment of risk
Understanding risk and not avoiding it because it exists is an important life skill. Through adventure activity training, you will be able to assess the risks associated with different activities by doing a variety of high and low structured activities. When one chooses to experiment with risky activities, there are bound to be gains and losses, so that one can learn from the experience of risky activities. We live in a world where risks are inherently different. The simulations in adventure training are different, and even if the activity is based on safety, people will still judge the risk or stress caused by the content of the activity. In adventure training, the participants are expected to overcome this, to try or to be stressed by the risk.
For the introverted, cautious participant, let them take the first step to become a leader and be willing to accept and take the initiative to take on new challenges. Alternatively, some people who may not appear to enjoy or be active in the outdoors may actually be extremely resilient and optimistic when faced with some adversity in an adventure activity. When some adversity arises, some participants may not be able to react or cope with it, so one or more participants must step forward to take an active role in caring for others and taking the lead. In some cases, leadership may not always be present in the participants, but the mentors and facilitators can guide them from the sidelines, boosting their confidence and inducing them to take the first step.