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Does your group want to become more effective team players? Need to improve communication between co-workers? Recreational Services has just the program for you! Our teambuilding program provides adventure-challenge opportunities to help your group reach its full potential.
Types of Teambuilding
HIGH CHALLENGE COURSE ELEMENTS (HCC)
The indoor high-challenge course elements are a series of belayed activities fixed 25-feet high. The focus of these activities can be both on the individual and the group. The group is there to support its team members as they attempt elements. High Challenge Course Programs are offered for a minimum of 3 hours and can only accommodate groups as large as 30.
LOW CHALLENGE COURSE ELEMENTS (LCC)
Low Challenge Course (LCC) elements are a series of activities attached to trees or poles by boards, cables and ropes. These activities focus on building a more effective team in a fun, hands-on way. Spotting techniques are needed to safely implement solutions to problems.
TEAMBUILDING AND LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES (TLC)
These adventurous activities will test an individual’s physical and mental strength as well challenge the teamwork and communication skills of the group.
- New Games: These non-competitive group games enhance the interaction and familiarity within a group.
- Trust Exercises: Build trusting relationships within your group with these exercises. Groups are presented a series of physical and emotional challenges, and individuals have the opportunity to place their personal safety in the hands of others.
- Initiatives: Facilitators present groups with an initiative problem which is a physical, and often mental, challenge. The group is called on to assess the problem given, develop a plan, act on that plan, evaluate its effectiveness, refine the plan if necessary and then act on the plan again.
We offer different rates for university groups, non-profit organizations and corporate groups. Please call Chris John, Assistant Director of Outdoor Adventure, at 330-672-2803 or email@example.com for a custom quote for your group.