Team Building

Team Building

Team Bomb Disposal

The bomb (complete with red flashing light to tell you it’s live) is placed in a 10m² electric fenced area.  We supply a range of equipment and the team must work together to figure out how to remove the bomb without entering the restricted area.  The bomb is fitted with a sensor so too much movement will result in detonation.  Once, removed the bomb must be deactivated.

Key Skills:

  • Communication
  • Joint Decision-making
  • Co-operation & Teamwork
  • Morale and motivation to succeed

 

Team Off Road 4x4

The team nominates a driver and then must navigate through a series of narrow gates.  The driver is blindfolded and with the use of cameras, your team mates must guide you round the course.

Key Skills:

  • Communication
  • Co-operation & Teamwork
  • Trust & Support
  • Team Dynamics & Bonding

Team Air Crash Investigation

Crashed Aircraft

Team Grass Raft Race

What is the quickest way to get from one side of a field to the other on a grass raft?

 

Key Skills:

  • Communication
  • Joint Decision-making
  • Co-operation & Teamwork
  • Morale and motivation to succeed
  • Time Management

Team Fire Brigade Challenge

We’ll supply a water pump and a loch full of water.  How quickly can your team work out how to fill and use the pump, and then extinguish a blazing inferno.

Key Skills:

  • Communication
  • Joint Decision-making
  • Co-operation & Teamwork
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Time Management

Team Field Archery

A selection of different targets at different distances, set within a pre-defined area.  Can be likened to a round of golf, but is against the clock.  How fast can you get round, clocking as many points as possible?

Key Skills:

  • Decision-making
  • Co-operation & Teamwork
  • Time Management

Team Pit Stop Challenge

These days the pit stop is considered as exciting as the race itself, so based on a F1 pit stop we have devised this highly popular challenge.  The team requires a Manager, Jackman, Wheelman, Spannerman, Lollipopman and, of course, a driver.  Everyone takes a place, driving up to five laps each and rotating through the ranks from the guy on the ‘brakes on/brakes off’ lollipop to the team manager.

Key Skills:

  • Communication
  • Co-operation & Teamwork
  • Time Management

Team Power Boat Manoeuvres

We have a private 3 acre loch.  The powerboat begins in the middle of the loch, and the team are given a set of compass bearings.  There are a number of cones set round the outside of the loch.  The team must navigate to the correct cones in order, using the compass bearings.

Key Skills:

  • Communication
  • Joint Decision-making
  • Co-operation & Teamwork
  • Time Management

Team Archery

The team nominates a captain, whom we teach archery to.  It’s then the job of the captain to instruct the rest of the team.  Various shooting distances are set up, with more points allocated to those that are a further distance from the target.  The captain must choose ‘diplomatically’ who shoots from which distance – remember, although more points are available for the further distances, there is more likelihood of missing the target altogether.

Key Skills:

  • Communication
  • Team Bonding
  • Co-operation & Teamwork
  • Trust & Support