The Eco-Team Challenge Project
NEAD is excited to be offering FREE ACTIVITIES for groups of young people aged 14–19, including a FREE BROADS TRIP.
We will deliver a FREE, fun and engaging session of TEAM BUILDING and COMMUNICATION challenges for your group, at your location.
Then, a FREE TRAINING session will be offered to your youth workers or group leaders, to help them improve the group’s communication skills, self confidence and employability.
Next, a FREE DAY TRIP to The Broads is on offer! Activity choices include; a FREE BOAT TRIP, practical conservation work, GPS geo-caching, dyke dipping and peat coring, and finishing-up with marshmallows and hot chocolate around a bonfire.
There will be an opportunity to be involved in our GREEN WEEKEND at the end of the project year, where, paired with local business mentors your young people will be helped to further develop skills that will boost employability.
All young people participating will receive certificates recognising their achievements and contributions.
Adaptable to youth clubs, after school groups and other groups of young people.
To qualify for free involvement groups must be within the Broads area: Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and surrounding rural areas. Our facilitator is trained and DBS checked, and the Broads trip is led by our partners The Broads Authority. With thanks to our funder the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
Find out the latest news from the Eco-Team Challenge on it's project page.
Please do contact: Michelle Stuckey, Eco-Team Project Coordinator, to discuss how your young people, youth leaders or any interested associates can take up this fantastic offer!
Michelle Stuckey, ETC Coordinator.
T: 01603 610993 / 07425 609 221