Testimonials and why you might want to bring you students along

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So simply why should you bring your students along, what will they and you gain from the day?  We aim to provide an interesting and engaging day for both you and your students, showcasing the diversity of this exciting industry and allowing your students to explore future career options.  See what other tutors have to say about the benefits below, scroll down for more detailed information on the format of the day and the variety of workshops and keynote speakers.  

For details of our next and recently past events check out the other pages

Convinced already?  Simply e-mail Cathy at info@beyond-horizons.co.uk to get a booking form!

Testimonials from Colleges who attended with their students

We understand that bringing students along to any event can be hard work, finding the time and then rearranging the timetable, organising minibuses and then trying to encourage them to make the most of it while they are there, that why we make it as easy as possible for you once you arrive. We put on a full timetable of engaging speakers, a choice of workshops and plenty of time for networking with future employers so your students will have plenty to do.  We use student volunteers to help you get around during the day so you can relax, spend time with your students and see them making great connections for their future.  We mix all this up throughout the day so whether they are straight in talking to employers or would rather hang back until they've settled in it has something for everyone.  The format of the day is below for those of you that are interested but the most important thing you need to know is that it's not fixed and we'll make it as flexible on the day as it needs to be to give you and your students the best experience we can!  

9.30     Registration 

9.30     Networking with our sponsors and employers     

10.30   Introduction

10.35    Keynote Speaker

11.15      45 minute workshops     

12.15      Networking with our sponsors and employers        

13.15     Keynote Speaker

13.45    45 minute workshops    

14.45    Closing thoughts

15.15     Networking with our sponsors and employers 

Every event is unique and we are always on the lookout of new and interesting people to engage with your students!  The keynote speeches are often the most popular and inspiring part of the day, students leave buzzing with ideas of they next adventures or a newly developed sense of where they might fit in the world.  Workshops are delivered by real people, professionals who are in industry, who know what its like to start out and who have built careers for themselves.  We like to create as much choice and variety as possible for the students so they get to choose which workshops to attend depending on their particular interest. 

To give you an idea of what to expect, below are the details of some of the keynote speakers and workshops we've had at previous events.  Also a little advise from one of our employers.

Keynotes have included

Cal Major -Ocean advocate and adventurer as well as the first person to paddleboard from Lands End to Join O'Groats tackling plastic pollution along the way.

Tom Rainey - Ocean Valour, rowing across the Atlantic

Danny Claricoates - A journey of inspiration and intention, the impact of the outdoor instructor 

Callum Muskett professional climber, mountaineer, guide, coach, journalist and photographer 

Ian Pitchford - What Inspires You


Workshops have included

Outdoor qualifications 101

Adventure Nomad: A Survival Guide to Life as a Freelance Outdoor Instructor

Outdoor journalism, photography, sponsorship and marketing

All about me! Building your personal brand and making a positive first impression

What Employers Want - Developing Employability Skills through Outdoor LearningTips to Thrive

Fire lighting the fear of failure and other negative mindsets   

What makes a Perfect National Park?                  

Considerations for working with participants with disabilities

CV writing and how to get an interview

Fire lighting session dynamics and group management ideas 

Performing well at interview   

Nuts and bolts of communication theory

Exploring Outdoor Education Values with a Business Mind-set 

Developing Personal Performance in Adventurous Activities 

The Purpose of Outdoor Education - Why Study for a Degree

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