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  • Adventure Activities | A-Z Index to the Great Outdoors
    in French Survival SeasonsOfSurvival com a search engine that focuses on all things survival wilderness ocean street illness and much more Congratulate yourself on surviving so much Survival IQ provides information resources strategies and techniques for survival A huge A Z list of links on survival themes Tombstoning Tombstoning NWSF UK Walking The Ramblers Association go4awalk com free maps and advice about hillwalking in the UK Best Walks com UK walk descriptions BlueDome Waterskiing Waterskiing links at about com Whitewater Rafting American Whitewater safety access conservation links White Water Rafting Scout activities safety and raft building Wilderness Medicine See First Aid below Windsurfing UK Windsurfing Association The World Windsurfing Directory Yachting See Sailing Zorbing Zorb On Line Photos videos history FAQs locations around the world Zorb South UK Zorbing in Swanage Activity not listed above See Outdoor Adventure News and Information below or ask for the activity to be included click to send email Lost Use the index to this page Outdoor Adventure Directories and Multi activity sites Outdoor Adventure News Information Directories Multi activities Action Trips the Active Guide your guide to outdoor activities in the UK Adrenaline Sports Directory com UK Adventure Learning enter adventure in search box Adventure Sports Online Andinia Search Engine for Nature and Adventure Lovers also in Spanish and Portuguese Awezome com Extremists BlueDome UK portal Doctor Danger We are not Sensible UK Extreme Outdoor Adventure Sports Directory GravityDex com Great Adventures Great Outdoors USA the Outdoor Directory UK Outdoor leisure com Outdoor leisure uk com Outdoor Resources Online Recreation Outdoors dmoz org SearchSport com includes adventure sports SeriousSports com Serious Adventure Serious Fun USA TimeOutdoors com UK run bike climb walk news advice directory shopping clubs events Travel quest UK travel adventure teambuilding ukoutdooractivities co uk UK multi activity World Outdoor Web UK news community WWW Virtual Library Sport Out and About Lost Use the index to this page Outdoor News Weather Snow and Surf Conditions Updates for weather snow and surf The Met Office UK Medium Range weather forecasts Europe http www onlineweather com avalanche updates surf updates Lost Use the index to this page Other Useful Outdoor Sites mostly UK Adventure Activities Licensing Authority AALA directory of all licensed providers in the UK First Aid Directories of Training Providers First Aid Action NHS Health Choices UK Wilderness Medicine Course Providers Ordnance Survey Ordnance Survey Maps Regulation of Adventure Activities UK An Explanation of Accreditation Badges AALA Adventuremark and LOtC by Brian Ogden Chair of AAIAC Adventure Activities Industry Advisory Committee AALA Adventure Activities Licensing Authority Combined water and rock activities pdf file HSE Information Sheet HSE see http www hse gov uk for the latest HSE Information Sheet about ropes courses and their supervision SPRITO The National Training Organisation for Sport Recreation and Allied Occupations News on qualifications education training modern apprenticeships S NVQs Investors in People Graduate Recruitment etc Standards for Adventure teachernet gov uk for teachers or youth workers taking young people on adventure activities Lost Use the index

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  • Creative reviewing with pictures: introduction to visual debriefing methods for reflecting on experience
    without the picture they created The process of creating pictures co operatively in pairs or groups encourages people to talk to each other in some depth and detail about their experiences of the activity being reviewed Whatever is created through pictures serves as a visual aid or confidence booster in helping people to communicate their experience of the activity to others Pictures expand the language of reviewing open up new channels of communication and generally help to develop communication skills The picture may speak for itself sometimes communicating more about an activity experience than a verbal picture would achieve Pictures can be used at all stages of a learning cycle for describing the past for communicating about the present and for envisioning the future See this example TOP STUCK IN A VERBAL RUT We all think in pictures some more than others depending on our preferred learning styles We can use words tone of voice and gestures to communicate our mental pictures to others We can also of course use pictures to communicate pictures But many of us get stuck in the groove of communication by words alone even where a picture would be worth 1 000 words and might even save a lot of time The use of visual communication tools can help people to get out of a verbal rut and to communicate more easily in both words and pictures TOP I CAN T DRAW For some people it is second nature to think and express themselves through pictures And many people find it easier to talk when they can refer to a picture as a visual aid Unfortunately there are also many people who believe they cannot draw Part of the skill in using picture based reviewing techniques is in using methods that bypass such restricting beliefs

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  • Creative reviewing with pictures: visual debriefing methods for reflecting on experience
    playing the part of another person in the story Ensure everyone has switched off from the part they were playing before continuing Once everyone has a reasonably clear picture of what happened the person sharing the experience asks for advice or ideas For example if the cartoonist has chosen to present a problem suitable questions might be What could should I have done differently What could should I do to prevent this happening again If I get into this situation again what could should I do During the discussion of the question asked it is useful to refer to alter re draw or re arrange the cartoon frames If action replay was used drama is now easily reintroduced to look forwards to test or rehearse any alternatives suggested More ways of using strip cartoons as a reviewing tool Seeing Different Perspectives Draw a strip cartoon to illustrate your own view of the event then compare similarities and differences with others who were involved Each individual produces a strip cartoon Cartoon Tapestry Cartoon strips are regularly produced throughout a course either as a group task or using a rota of sub groups As each strip is completed they are joined end to end in a tapestry telling the story of the group as it unfolds Implementing Action Points Draw a strip cartoon that illustrates the successful implementation of one of your action points TOP SKETCH MAP When to use Sketch Map Producing a Sketch Map is a good starting point for reviewing mobile activities such as a ropes course circuit a search a treasure hunt or any kind of group journey It is a particularly useful method when the reviewer did not observe the activity such as when reviewing an independent expedition Features and Benefits of Sketch Map It encourages the group to retrace their route and to relive the experience It is an efficient way of informing a reviewer about key events and key issues It as a highly participatory reviewing method Informal reviewing is likely to take place during the making of the map The end product is likely to be a useful conversation piece The map can even be aesthetically pleasing Briefing for Sketch Map The group is asked to produce one large sketch map large enough for all the group to work on it together The map should show where they went what they saw what they did and what they said interesting quotes Encourage the group to organise themselves so that they can all work on the map at the same time This might for example involve dividing up the journey into four sections with a sub group working on each of the sections If the group is a large one then further interesting jobs can be created by adding colour pictures or collage pieces to the map If any illustrative material is too large to fit onto the map then string or wool can be used to join the material to the relevant place on

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  • Reviewing With Pictures | version for printing out
    tell the story of what happened during an activity stage by stage Creating the cartoon can also be used as means of planning the scenes and the basic script for an Action Replay Using cartoons for sharing experiences Cartoons are a useful means for individuals to inform other group members about difficulties dilemmas challenges or other kinds of experience which they have encountered outside the group Once other members of the group can picture what happened and can see the sequence of events they will find it easier to help the individual to review the experience Learners might be interested in incidents which are unique to just one group member but it is more productive to keep to the kinds of events which are reasonably familiar to most group members As the cartoon will be used for showing to the group encourage large drawings even if the figures are matchstick ones By using A4 sized sheets for each frame there is the added advantage that mistakes on individual frames do not spoil the whole strip they are readily discarded and redrawn As the purpose is to trace the events leading up to the final frame cartoonists are advised to start with the last frame and work backwards The normal convention in strip cartoons is to introduce a separate strand of the story with Meanwhile A useful alternative for reviewing purposes is to arrange the separate strands of the story so that they converge into a single strip like railway sidings converging into one main line Using cartoons for examining experiences Group members may first need to ask questions about the cartoon for clarification Such questions also help the cartoonist to understand more about the situation which they are presenting At this point an Action Replay directed by the cartoonist can be an effective means of telling the story Participants in the replay will first need their parts explained The cartoonist now the director either plays their own part in the replay or asks someone else to take their part The director can gain a new perspective of the situation by playing the part of another person in the story Ensure everyone has switched off from the part they were playing before continuing Once everyone has a reasonably clear picture of what happened the person sharing the experience asks for advice or ideas For example if the cartoonist has chosen to present a problem suitable questions might be What could should I have done differently What could should I do to prevent this happening again If I get into this situation again what could should I do During the discussion of the question asked it is useful to refer to alter re draw or re arrange the cartoon frames If action replay was used drama is now easily reintroduced to look forwards to test or rehearse any alternatives suggested More ways of using strip cartoons as a reviewing tool Seeing Different Perspectives Draw a strip cartoon to illustrate your own view

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  • Trainer-training seminars with Roger Greenaway
    You will develop insights and competencies in facilitation and reviewing You will extend your toolkit for reviewing outdoor learning experiences and for ensuring transfer back to the workplace You will enjoy networking with other trainers and learning from each other both as co participants and as co trainers Dr Roger Greenaway The presenter of these workshops is Dr Roger Greenaway who specialises in providing trainer training events in reviewing and facilitation skills His research was about the experiences of managers taking part in OMD programmes at Brathay one of the leading providers of development training in the UK and where Roger used to work Roger s previous experience of working in Portugal was in June 2000 when he provided a 5 day course on Harnessing the Power of the Outdoors also in association with Inout Training TRAINING STYLE You will find that Roger s workshops are a dynamic mix of doing and talking because this is the style of active reviewing that he promotes It is experience based learning about experience based learning You will have many opportunities to participate practise question and discuss TRAINING LANGUAGE Key inputs and most discussion will be in English but the practical exercises and small group work will usually be in Portuguese QUESTIONS If you have any questions please contact José Maia at Inoutraining in Portugal or Roger Greenaway at Reviewing Skills Training Scotland Resources Both as preparation and follow up for this event you are recommended to browse Roger s highly acclaimed Online Guide to Active Reviewing at http reviewing co uk you are here Reviewing Success strategies for getting the positive negative balance right in reviewing Active Reviewing article about bringing the worlds of talk and action together The Active Reviewing Cycle online tutorial Review Discussions conversation or interrogation tips for involving

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  • Portugal: trainer-training seminars with Roger Greenaway
    use the outdoors for training Revolver trying out different perspectives A climate for all learning styles Clarifying how you like to learn and why 2 Sharpening Awareness Observation Journey and making reviewing a surprise Observing giving and receiving feedback concentrated practice in key reviewing skills The active reviewing cycle matching reviewing methods to theories of experiential learning and development 3 Re viewing and Re experiencing working in the red zones of the cycle Sharing a valued outdoor experience and the value of sharing significant stories Re viewing and re living experiences tools to bring experiences to life Speed and search techniques tools to help you select what matters most 4 Getting to the Point working in the black zones of the cycle Examining Findings tools for investigation and analysis reviewing as a balancing act Exploring Futures tools for change from re viewing to pre viewing Evaluation Reviewing and evaluation using the reviewing cycle The benefits of attending You will learn practical ways of applying the principles of experience based learning to Management Development Outdoors You will develop insights and competencies in facilitation and reviewing You will extend your toolkit for reviewing outdoor learning experiences and for ensuring transfer back to the workplace You will enjoy networking with other trainers and learning from each other both as co participants and as co trainers Dr Roger Greenaway Roger began working in Outdoor Management Development in 1981 He received a doctorate in 1995 for a study of the experiences of managers during OMD events Roger now provides reviewing skills training to a wide range of clients in the UK and abroad Their testimonials are published on Roger s website providing evidence of transfer at many levels You will discover that Roger practises what he preaches using experience based training methods to learn about

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  • Portugal: trainer-training seminars with Roger Greenaway
    inevitable Anticipating barriers to transfer Working at different levels of learning Creating stories metaphors and success Making learning ready to use Creating internal and external hooks 4 Beyond the limits of transfer Translating and transforming learning Valuing unfinished learning Using evaluation to support transfer Customising learning transfer Action plans or learning plans Both as preparation and follow up for this event you are recommended to browse Roger s Online Guide to Active Reviewing at http reviewing co uk Dr Roger Greenaway Roger began working in Outdoor Management Development in 1981 He received a doctorate in 1995 for a study of the experiences of managers during OMD events Roger now provides reviewing skills training to a wide range of clients in the UK and abroad Their testimonials are published on Roger s website providing evidence of transfer at many levels You will discover that Roger practises what he preaches using experience based training methods to learn about experience based training Resources Both as preparation and follow up for this event you are recommended to browse Roger s highly acclaimed Online Guide to Active Reviewing at http reviewing co uk you are here Reviewing Success strategies for getting the positive negative balance right in reviewing Active Reviewing article about bringing the worlds of talk and action together The Active Reviewing Cycle online tutorial Review Discussions conversation or interrogation tips for involving everyone Reviewing with Pictures how to use ready made and learner made pictures in reviewing Reviewing with Large Groups Issues solutions strategies and methods High Speed Reviewing how to review a lot in a short time Experiential Learning Cycles descriptions and limitations In Search of Respectable Adventure Simulation vs Stimulation Outdoor Stories and Indoor Stories The OMD Links Index Research in Experiential Learning Index Tools for Change Index Course Evaluation Methods

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  • Reviewing Skills Training Workshops
    HOME TRAINING WORKSHOPS HELP Click here to get to the training workshops page

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