Christmas Party with a Twist!

The Bourne Assignment

Looking for something different this year? Let Life Survival kick start your Christmas party with a bang!

We can provide thrilling entertainment prior to dinner at your staff Christmas party. The Bourne Assignment will give you an insight into the mysterious world of espionage and let you experience some exciting activities which may include hostage rescue and surveillance techniques.  

You book the dinner and we'll provide the entertainment which can be held at your offices if appropriate. We guarantee you'll have fun and excitement and won't have done anything like this before.

 

Price on application (depends on numbers & location)

Please call 01909 741743 or email info@life-survival to discuss.  

Help for Heroes Coffers Boost

Life Survival welcomed 16 people, who have had no military background, to be challenged to experience life on patrol as a Special Forces soldier. The event was organised to raise funds for the UK charity, Help for Heroes, and was designed to be challenging both mentally and physically.

Issued with essential military equipment and dressed in full military combat clothing, the participants worked in two patrols to learn what’s required to survive in the most difficult of environments. 

All determined to support Help for Heroes, the group bonded instantly and despite the challenging tasks and evening weather their spirits remained high throughout the challenge.

Andrew Peace, organiser, said “It was fantastic how such a diverse group of people can join together to help support a great charity. The event left us all buzzing and the stories from the weekend will be told for a long time to come.

“I am delighted that we were able to help injured service men and women through this event and I would like to give my thanks to the lads at Life Survival and all our sponsors.”

Building Effective Teams

 

The Office for National Statistics has reported that employment levels in England fell again between February to April 2010.  The effects of the past two years will have taken its toll on a depleted workforce, resulting in many company managers expecting staff to do more for less. After two years of challenged morale, how can managers continue to encourage a greater return from staff?

Life Survival has an answer. It recently joined forces with the leading UK training company, Ology, to create training programmes that enable companies to adapt to the turbulent economic conditions.

Director, Tom Southern, explains, “This unique partnership combines exciting and proven military leadership with more traditional team-building training.  We use DISC behavioural profiling to quickly understand the team's strengths and challenges then focus on developing knowledge, skills and attitudes, pushing the boundaries so that individuals and teams see their full potential. Our creative and fully interactive programmes help businesses to become extraordinary businesses." 

Life Survival programmes highlight the importance of dispersed leadership and clear communication, trust, managing available resources, and identifying and using talents. The programmes are fun, informative and challenging. As a result, participants are excited and motivated, commit more energy and retain more information, giving the company a better return on its training investment.

“Whether the company is looking for an effective team building programme, sales or management programme or just looking for a staff ‘away day’ to repay them for their hard work, Life Survival guarantees an effective programme that staff will enjoy and benefit from.” Continued Tom.

 

For further information on Life Survival programmes click here for a brochure, email: info@life-survival.com or call 01909 731743

 

 

Splash n Dash Proves To Be Breathtaking In More Ways Than One..

Breathtaking scenery and water was the order of the day as participants tackled the Splash n Dash event on Saturday 23rd October.

People came from as far as London, Milton Keynes & Sheffield to try their hand at Gorge Scrambling and hiking in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside.

The two teams braved the initial shock of the cold water before happily climbing up waterfalls, swimming against the fast current and jumping from rocks as high as 40ft into the water. They also hiked up a mountain and witnessed the first flakes of snow.

The variable weather conditions only added to an amazing experience for the participants and left them all buzzing.  A hot meal in Ambleside and lively discussions of the day ended another successful Life Survival event.

You can view the video by clicking here