Outdoor Experiential Learning and the Power to Change Lives
Just like many of you my clients come from a variety of work and educational
backgrounds. In 1986 my wife and I were engaged to deliver an outdoor
experiential learning program to a group of people with significant
behavioural, physical and social difficulties.
So... We found ourselves in a complex, uncertain situation in which we could be
subject to unexpected change.
This talk will briefly explain the what and the why of one extraordinary result
which happened while using outdoor activities as the vehicle for learning.
Our given aim was to enable the participants to modify their behaviour enough
so that they could get and hold a job. We had two days to do it.
Simple but not easy.