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 Academy of Adventure

Academy of Adventure is a catalyst for personal growth and change. While we are clear about our basic values and objectives, we are not offering a magic formula with uniformed results, neither is it an attempt to indoctrinate or dogmatize. Instead, we design and conduct courses in ways that cause our trainees to think, act, reflect and accept responsibility. To do this with a keen sense of veracity, the Academy of Adventure provides just the right amount of support, guidance and instructions to ensure that the learning process is healthy, safe and respectful of individual differences. 



Academy of Adventure facilitators care about people. They are well trained and actively interested in both the power of the immediate learning that takes place in a course and in the larger social and spiritual implications of Outward Bound values.







 AOA Objective


To develop leadership & characterize qualities using outdoor as a training medium

 

                                                                             Methodology


The Outward Bound methodology has been adapted by the AOA when conducting the programs of this nature. Outward bound of course is an adventure. It is about dealing with unknown. It’s about meeting challenges.  And it’s about learning – learning about yourself, about others, most of all about your potential. It is about developing character, values, mental fortitude and realizing ones potentials to the maximum.




Proposed Program


We make a scientific assessment of the needs of each client, and provide custom made adventure training program.  This will provide learning outcomes that are aligned with the long term corporate strategy of each client.

Our programs, which range in scope from CEO’s to Junior Staff, provide the ideal environment for bonding to create a platform that is ideal even for use in a company’s long term strategic planning they include a unique debriefing technique that discusses the role each participant has to play, in the path to the company’s objective.



CHALLENGER
Program Name
Challenger
Number of Participants
Minimum-30 Maximum-200
Program Duration
1 Day (8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
Location
AOA, Training Location, Kumbalgama, Belihuloya 
Program Content





                                 
·        Team Building Activities
·        Water Base Activities
·        High End Activities (Adventure Base)
·        Fun & Entertainment Activities
·        Physical Exercises & Meditation
Activities  

·        Inauguration
·        Build a village
·        Blind polygon
·        Trust building activities
·        Lava crossing
·        Magical turtle
·        Keypunch
·        Rafting
·        Flying fox


 


TEAM ENDEAVOUR
Program Name
Team Endeavour
Number of Participants
Minimum-30 Maximum-200
Program Duration
2 Days (Saturday morning to Sunday eve.)
Location
AOA, Training Location, Kumbalgama, Belihuloya
Program Content





                                
·        Team Building Activities
·        Water Base Activities
·        High End Activities (Adventure Base)
·        Fun & Entertainment Activities
·        Physical Exercises & Meditation
Activities  

·        Inauguration
·        Build a village
·        Blind polygon
·        Trust building activities
·        Lava crossing
·        Magical turtle
·        Keypunch
·        Human Knot
·        Rafting
·        Flying fox
·        Wall Climbing
·        Triangular Walk
·        Barrel Relay
·        Obstacle Course
·        Jetty Jump
·        P.T / Fun Games
·        Meditation (University objective oriented)
·        Bonfire
·        Entertainment
·        Web of Life








LEAN WITH AOA
Program Name
LEAN WITH AOA
Number of Participants
Minimum-40 Maximum-80
Program Duration
2 Days (Saturday evening to Sunday eve.)
Location
AOA, Training Location, Kumbalgama, Belihuloya
Program Content





                                
·        Team Building Activities
·        Water Base Activities
·        High End Activities (Adventure Base)
·        Fun & Entertainment Activities
·        Physical Exercises & Meditation
Activities  

·        Inauguration
·        Build a village (Focusing on Waste)
·        Build a Plain
·        Rescue Operation
·        Build a Magic Hut
·        Operation Day Break
·        Obstacle Course
·        Collect the Object
·        Flying fox
·        Mini Bunge Jump
·        Jetty Jump
·        P.T / Fun Games
·        Meditation (Company  objective oriented)
·        Bonfire, Entertainment


 




WILDERNESS CHALLENGE - Advance Program
Program Name
Wilderness Challenge
Number of Participants
Minimum-30 Maximum-120
Program Duration
3 Days (Friday to Sunday evening)
Location
AOA, Training Location, Kumbalgama, Belihuloya
Program Content





                                
·        Team Building Activities
·        Water Base Activities
·        High End Activities (Adventure Base)
·        Fun & Entertainment Activities
·        Physical Exercises & Meditation
Activities  

·        Inauguration
·        Build a village
·        Blind polygon
·        Trust building activities
·        Lava crossing
·        Magical turtle
·        Keypunch
·        Human Knot
·        Jungle Expedition
·        Blind Walk
·        Abseiling
·        River Crossing
·        Spider web
·        Dangle Doo
·        Criss Cross
·        Memory Game
·        Rafting
·        Flying fox
·        Wall Climbing
·        Mini Bungee Jump
·        Triangular Walk
·        Barrel Relay
·        Obstacle Course (advanced)
·        Jetty Jump
·        P.T / Fun Games
·        Meditation (company objective oriented)
·        Bon Fire
·        Entertainment
·        Web of Life





BOOT CAMPING- Advance Program
Program Name
Boot Camping
Number of Participants
Minimum-30 Maximum-80
Program Duration
3 Days (Friday to Sunday evening)
Location
AOA, Training Location, Kumbalgama, Belihuloya
Program Content





                                
·        Team Building Activities
·        Water Base Activities
·        High End Activities (Adventure Base)
·        Fun & Entertainment Activities
·        Physical Exercises & Meditation
Activities  

·        Inauguration
·        Build a village
·        Blind polygon
·        Trust building activities
·        Lava crossing
·        Magical turtle
·        Keypunch
·        Human Knot
·        Map Reading
·        Compass Bearing
·        Jungle Expedition
·        Long March
·        Rescue Operation
·        Treasure Hunt
·        Shelter Preparation
·         Ration Hunt
·        Self-Cooking
·        Blind Walk
·        Paint Ball War
·        Camp Over-Run
·        Casualty Operation
·        Abseiling
·        River Crossing
·        Spider web
·        Dangle Doo
·        Criss Cross
·        Memory Game
·        Rafting
·        Flying fox
·        Wall Climbing
·        Mini Bungee Jump
·        Triangular Walk
·        Barrel Relay
·        Obstacle Course (advanced)
·        Jetty Jump
·        P.T / Fun Games
·        Meditation (company objective oriented)
·        Bon Fire
·        Entertainment
·        Web of Life



















ANNUAL TRIP
Program Name
Annual Trip
Number of Participants
Minimum-200 Maximum-1500
Program Duration
1 Day (9 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
Location
AOA, Training Location, Kumbalgama, Belihuloya
Program Content




                              
·        Team Building Activities
·        Water Base Activities
·        High End Activities (Adventure Base)
·        Fun & Entertainment Activities
Activities  

·        Inauguration
·        Blind polygon
·        Trust building activities
·        Lava crossing
·        Magical turtle
·        Keypunch
·        Rafting
·        Flying fox
·        Wall Climbing
·        Fun & Entertainment Activities
·        Target Shooting
·        Obstacle Course










Key Learning Points
·        To realize the important of Win-Win Solutions for problems
·        Develop Grater interaction & better team work
·        Develop planning & communication skills
·        Time management & compliance with set rules
·        Develop better leadership qualities
·        Increase self confidence
·        Reinforce the sense of responsibility & determination to succeed
·        Confront their self-imposed limits & overcome them
·        How to respond to discontinues change
·        Develop strategic processes
·        Leverage core competencies
·        Minimize waist
·        Risk Taking




Quality & Safety





Safety is on top priority for all AOA activities.  Activities are carefully planned, tested and constantly supervised by qualified instructors.  Course equipment are subject to regular on-site safety inspection.  Operating procedures are established to ensure high safety levels. Participants are trained on basic safety procedure, and are a vital link in making the courses safe and enjoyable.  All hazards related to the environment, activity and physiology will be managed as per international standards.



Each group will be accompanied by an experienced instructor.  In addition, a Program Director, Medical Doctor and a Safety Auditor will work fulltime.



Resource Panel



Our resource personnel are specialists in their field of training.  They have been trained at various local and international training institutes. The following are the pool of trainers and resource persons who provide expertise to the AOA training programs. The specific team for each training program is formed according to the specializations needed.





Meal



Traditional meals will be provided by AOA.

                                                  

Medium



 Sinhala




Program Fee Includes



·              The Professional Charges                                           

·              Meals

·              Accommodation

·              Certificates (Not included annual trip Package)





 
Conducted Annual Trips



1.    Quantum Clothing – Horana  1350 participants
2.    Shadow Line – Katunayake 1100 participants
3.    CKT Hidramani – Maharagama 600 Participants
4.    Brandix Essentials – Rathmalana 280 Participants  
5.    Brandix Essentials – Nivithigala 300 Participants  
6.    Dogifa – Thulhiriya - 350 Participants  
7.    Orit Apparels – 700 Participants








Conducted TV Programs



1.    Ilakkaya SLRC
2.    Ottui Dinum Sirasa TV
3.    Adaraneeya Yawwanaya SLRC
4.    Marmite Saba Hapannu”
5.    “Ran Daru Family Sawari”
6.    “Kids Video Team”





 Conducted Programs with Lean



1.    MAS Linea Intimo (Full factory staff - 800 participants)
2.    MAS Unichela





Our Valuable Clients





1.       Apollo hospital Corporation
2.       Suntel ltd.
3.       Body Line (Pvt) ltd.
4.       Sofia Lanka (Pvt)  Ltd
5.       Brandix Active wear
6.       T&S Buttons (Pvt) ltd.
7.       Casual Line (Pvt) Ltd
8.       Unichela (Pvt) ltd.
9.       Ceylinco Development Bank
10.   Unilever Sri Lanka ltd
11.   Ceylinco Insurance 
12.   Suntel ltd.
13.   Chellow Yoghurt (Pvt)  Ltd
14.   Sofia Lanka (Pvt)  Ltd
15.   CIC (pvt) ltd.
16.   T&S Buttons (Pvt) ltd.
17.   DFCC Bank
18.   Wayamba University
19.   Dogiefa (Pvt) Ltd. (MAS Fabric)
20.   University of Moratuwa
21.   Expo Lanka (pvt) ltd.
22.   Sabaragamuwa University
23.   FinlaysPLC
24.   University Of Sri Jayawardhenepura
25.   Hemas Group
26.   Sethsarana NGO
27.   Leo Club
28.   CTC Eagle Insurance
29.   Lions Club
30.   CEB
31.   Linea Clothing
32.   Orit Apparel Lanka Ltd.
33.   Linea Intimo (pvt) ltd.
34.   Hidramani Group (CKT)
35.   Loadstar (pvt) ltd.
36.   Sri Lanka Forest Department
37.   MAS Design (Pvt)  Ltd
38.   Wishwa BPO Lanka
39.   MAS Fabric (Pvt)  Ltd
40.   Agro Hara
41.   MAS Intimates (Pvt) Ltd.
42.   Metropolitan
43.   Orient Lanka (Pvt) ltd. (Orange)
44.   HSBC
45.   Prime Intimates (Pvt)  Ltd
46.   Maliban Milk
47.   Red Cross
48.   Agro (Pvt) Ltd
49.   Sevanagala Sugar
50.   Nalanda College Colombo
51.   Shadow Line (Pvt) ltd.
52.   Gateway International College
53.   Slim Line (Pvt) ltd.
54.   Royal College Polonnaruwa
55.   Sri Lanka Insurance
56.   Forest Department







Programe Coordinator                                                 [Lakshan A Priyantha] 



FOR MORE DETAILS

 077 2154354 / 078 3520731










                                                                                                                                  

                                                                                                        

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