A brief history of everything FAB!
Long story short
FAB Adventures was founded by Jen Isherwood way back when. “Become Advanced at the basics and feel empowered to create your own adventure!” has always been our vision and we have courses which will help you shape your own future and take on adventures that are memorable and help you feel connected.
Learn how to manage when folks are ill or injured in far from help places, learn how to navigate in the Scottish Mountains and how to develop and build a growth mindset through adventure! Become the architect of your own adventures with the FAB training model
Specialising in courses for those lucky folk working in the great outdoors, for first aid FAB became an ITC accredited centre and started delivering courses tailored to the needs of those within the outdoor sector. Our trainers all have a background in Mountain Rescue so whether its first aid or journeying skills we are ready to share our knowledge and build your skills
Now delivering her own brand of clear, clutter free training courses born out of real life experiences gained from over a decade of being in mountain rescue and a lifetime of working in Adventure Education. Whether it is navigation, leadership, journey skills, mindsets or first aid we are passionate about delivering training that provides you with an adventure toolkit!
We have all the right skills, let us Help You
Meet the people who make FAB tick.
Finance and Business Director
Best described as one of the original Tweed Valley mountain bike crew Iain not only brings his enthusiasm for the outdoors to the team but is a logistics whizz. When not working for FAB Iain advises a range of organisations on managing projects, achieving outcomes and being super efficient. Iain manages the FAB finance dept, logistics and advises us on business management and improvements
Principal Trainer & Director of FAB Ltd
Jenny is the Principle Trainer and Director of FAB Ltd; an uber-experienced climber, walker, mountain biker and dingy sailor with over 14 years experience within Scottish Mountain Rescue, Jenny also works as Head of Outdoor Education at Edinburgh Academy. Jenny is also a rather amazing flapjack maker.
Enthusiastic about everything outdoors, especially biking and climbing, Christine is the real deal. Combining here vast experience in Mountain rescue with a sound background in education Christine’s style of teaching not only enthuses her candidates but gives them confidence that she not only talks the talk but walks the walk. When not working for FAB Christine is the Scottish Cycling Mountain Bike Leadership development officer.