Merseyside Youth Challenge Trust’s mission is to provide structured outdoor adventure and training young people from all backgrounds as a medium for developing personal potential, teamwork and trust, whilst learning new skills and challenging themselves. They participate in adventurous, healthy outdoor activities which include archery, climbing and abseiling, hill walking and survival, camping, problem solving and trust exercises, nature trails, rope bridges, crate climb, ladder balance and more.
They are also a licensed deliverer of all levels of the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme!
Merseyside Youth Challenge offer:
Outdoor activity sessions to youth groups and others identified as being in need by Targeted Services for Young People and the Lead Housing Consortiums.
Activity programmes for schools – tailored activity programmes that are both physically active and also engaged with elements of the National Curriculum, to run throughout the year.
Transition programmes – activity and team building and self – confidence building days for Yr 6 pupils moving into secondary schools.
Community Inclusion programme – structured activity sessions designed to encourage resilience, self esteem and wellbeing with recovering addicts and their families.
Activity camps for 8 – 14 yr olds – during the school holidays we will run week long activity camps that can be attended for individual days, or week(s), with free places for children identified by Targeted Services and the Housing Consortiums.
NEET training courses – courses running for up to 20 weeks with outcomes of improving health and well being, self – esteem, skill development and employability.
First Aid training – A 2 day combined activity and first aid course resulting in Emergency First Aid at Work certification.
For more information, or to make a booking, please contact one of the team on 0151 428 9758.