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Outdoor Training – Why, When and How?


Online workshop on outdoor training
Outdoor Training - why, when and how?
Hosted by Dr. Roger Greenaway
Tuesday 17 April 2001, 13:00 - 13:45 BST

This workshop will be about using the outdoors for training and development. The discussion will focus on practical issues. Please request (and offer!) advice, tips and solutions - whether you are a user or a provider of outdoor training.

Topics to be covered in the workshop:

  • How to maximise learning from outdoor experiences during an outdoor programme.
  • How to transfer learning after the event
  • How to find the best outdoor training providers
  • What objectives are best achieved through outdoor training - and how?
  • How do you know if outdoor training is working?
  • Users (and potential users) - what puts you off and what attracts you to outdoor training?

About the facilitator
The facilitator for this workshop is Roger Greenaway (Reviewing Skills Training) who provides trainer-training events in the UK and worldwide. Roger has worked throughout the outdoor 'industry' - adventure holidays, youth social work, outdoor management development and trainer-training. He has written books and articles on the subject and has carried out research projects at Brathay. He uses the internet to keep learning and to share learning - mainly through his extensive website and his Active Reviewing Tips ezine at


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