We provide the key skills needed in your “Adventure Toolkit”
Things we can do for you
We help you build a toolkit of skills!
First Aid Toolkit: we use the awarding body ITC to regulate our courses, giving you confidence that the training you are doing is in line with the most up to date HSE guidance. We have spent a long time working on our courses to ensure they build the right skills for when things go wrong, from the wilderness of Scotland to the office place.
Journeying Toolkit: learn how to navigate your way around the mountains whether on bike or foot, from the basics to micro nav we have a simple system to help you learn and use the skill when conditions are difficult. We can teach hiking, biking, skiing and climbing so keep an eye on our adenture opportunities and courses.
Mindset Toolkit: Come along to one of our workshops on the adventure mindset, learning the strategies to overcome difficulties, problem solve when things are not going your way and to help motivate others. Meetings out of the board room: want your team to think out of the box? Then move out of the box and into nature for your meetings, we can help faciliate your meeting agenda during the journey. This is very flexible and bespoke so just give us a call and we can look at what you want to achieve and how we can help
Adventure Day: Let us help you move to the next step when it comes to your adventure ambitions, from local hikes to munro bagging we can help you and your friends/family to see the mountains and learn some skills along the way.
Our team are qualified and professional. Deeply rooted in adventure within their own lives and all members of Mountain Rescue in Scotland our team are competent folk to be around with a massive range of skills and experience to share with you.
To ensure our First Aid Courses meet stringent national guidelines we use the awarding body ITC and we offer regulated and accredited training to ensure your qualification is recognised by all governing bodies and the HSE.
All of our courses are designed to ensure our customers have:
- A suitable environment for learning the toolkit skills.
- The most up to date and current best practice available.
- An experience which is well managed and at an appropriate level of challenge.
Pre-course we will make sure we have spoken to our customer to discuss their needs to help ensure the training satisfies the learning outcomes they have identified.
Our policies are available on request and reflect the culture of the organisation and the standards we operate by.
OUR SUPPORT IS THE BEST
WE LISTEN to our customers, design courses to meet your needs and deliver. We want you to leave our course knowing you can return to us, ask questions, get follow up training or just phone to talk through a situation which may have occurred relating to your Adventure Toolkit.
Why use FAB ?
A little bit of FAB background info.
FAB Adventures is a well established training centre affiliated to the awarding body ITC, and is based in the Tweed Valley with training venues all over Scotland.
“Advanced at the basics” is our core value. We want to provide our customers with a toolkit of skills that can be applied in any environment. From First aid to navigation, Mindsets to leadership we look at a basic skills set that creates a solid foundation. This allows our customers to use their own personal strengths to influence their style and delivery of the skill once it is learned!
What our customers say
Don’t just take our word, take theirs:
“The sports first aid course was so relevant to our
workplace, the formulae is simple and easy to remember. Jen’s
experience of first aid is brilliant and very reassuring!”