Challenging Disability Through Outdoor Adventure



In-Depth Courses

Calvert Trust Exmoor runs a number of specialist, in-depth courses, aimed at delivering specialised support for specific disabilities, ages, or groups. Detailed programmes for these courses can be downloaded by clicking on the title of the course you are interested in.  

 

Moving and Handling Courses  

We offer two versions of our non-residential* moving and handling course, both of them practical and enjoyable moving and handling courses.

The one day course is only £45 per delegate (including lunch), and integrates moving and handling theory with plenty of practical hands on training. The two day course is only £90 per delegate (including lunch), and extends the one day course to cover both care and the outdoor environments.

Please download the example programme for more information.

 

*Dinner, bed and breakfast may be available in the centre for an additional fee.

 

Teen Wheelies Programme

Our teen wheelies programme is all about promoting confidence in younger wheelchair users, supporting increased independence through improving wheelchair and transfer skills. The course also helps parents and other carers to understand how to support their children's aspirations for independence.

 

Please download the example programme for more information.

 

Parkinson's Course

Working in partnership with Parkinson's UK, this activity weekend is specifically designed for people with Parkinson's, and their family and friends. As well as a structured programme of activities this course includes tips on living with Parkinson's, and help on finding ways to participate in active sports in your local area.

Please download the example programme for more information.

 

Early Onset Parkinson's Course

Similar to our main Parkinson's course, as outlined above, but with some changes to the activities programme to better suit the needs of those with early onset Parkinson's.

Please download the example programme for more information.

 

School Residential Breaks;

Disability Awareness and Mutual Respect

These school breaks focus on using a structured programme of adventurous activities to promote both mutual respect and disability awareness. as well as fulfilling elements of the national curriculum for Key Stages 2, 3 and 4, these breaks promote team work and team building, and are a lot of fun!

 

Bring a group of 10 from just £245 per person, inclusive of all accommodation, activities and meals. Available September - March.

Please download the example programme for more information.

 

 

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"Our students really enjoyed themselves. The instructor was helpful and got to know them very well - he was also very patient! Abseiling canoeing and crate stacking were brilliant - appropriate, challenging and fun. In general the services especially catering and cleaning were outstanding."

National Star College 

 

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