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Team Building Workshop

Teambuilding workshops bring  out the best in school children and youth groups.

For a bonding experience that encourages communication and helps your group perform more cohesively, try Mr Dan’s teambuilding workshop.

We have all kinds of wonderful resources to create the right kind of exercise for any group. We bring lots of experience to enhance this workshop that has been a big hit in youth clubs and schools.

Our team building trainers are experienced professionals who have worked with the youth service sector, prisons and also professional adults in work environments.

 

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Our team building activities schedule will be planned around your project.  If you make an enquiry, we shall speak with you and then construct a customised plan for your learners.   We will aim to make sure that the outcomes you require are achieved the highest standard we can.

Over the years, we have used many resources for team building including, lego blocks, drama skills, blind folds, arts and crafts materials, food, music, circus equipment and certificates.  Many of our team building exercise take place standing in a circle.  A place where each member of the group is seen and able to interactive with others.   We listen to the group and have discussions about the tasks and we also evaluate each task that we try.  Other positive teambuilding activities are performed as team challenges.  The outcome is always focussed on how the group performed, rather than individual success.

The teambuilding workshops can be delivered for indoor surfaces and outdoor projects too.

Our previous customers include Doncaster Council, Rotherham Council, NHS and HMP Newhall.   What ever your group, we can provide a suitable and enjoyable team building workshop that will benefit all participants.

We have worked delivering teambuilding workshops at primary school children, comprehensive schools, at youth clubs and young offenders too.