We have run training for our clients on-site, at local conference venues, at boutique hotels and even under canvas.
The choice is up to you. Whilst on-site is convenient for those with a very tight budget, it is good to get away from the distractions of work and immerse fully in the training. Many clients also use our training as a reward for high performing individuals so use a more luxurious hotel venue - it's up to you. Below are some examples we've used because they offer good value, excellent facilities and the best staff.
Bagden Hall Hotel, Scissett
A luxurious West Yorkshire Victorian country house hotel set in acres of grounds overlooking the dales.
The manicured lawns and extensive grounds are perfect for our activities and the team at Bagden Hall could not be more helpful and welcoming.
East Hampstead Park Bracknell
Dating from Tudor times this impressive conference centre is a haven of tranquility with impressive conference rooms and gardens that make you feel like you are in the wilds but set close to the M4, with good rail links into London, Reading and Heathrow airport.
Widley Fort, Portsmouth
Designed to protect Britain from invasion and used as a command centre during the cold war, Widley Fort provides an impressive backdrop to the training. The accommodation is austere but for an experience far removed from the day to day, Widley Fort provides a great experience that will test and reward your team.
Ferny Crofts and Foxlease Activity Centres
Managed by the Scouting and Guide movements we have used these fantastic facilities in the New Forest. In addition to secure but remote camping facilities they offer great professionally run challenging activities such as high wires, rafting, obstacle courses - as well as classrooms and a gateway to Britain's most accessible wilderness.