Personal customization occurs to fit the needs and number of your group. We follow the principle of "Challenge by Choice", as participants are invited to participate voluntarily in each of the various activities and challenges. A participant may choose to sit out an activity and this right is to be respected by others in the group and by instructors.
Participants are invited to be active in a sequence of challenges. Teams are not given any explanation in how to achieve a successful outcome. Success is dependent on interaction, healthy communication and positive group behavior. If these traits don't exist within the group then experiential learning activities can help to quickly and successfully develop them.
The sequence of activities start with getting acquainted with each other, then move into building cooperation, trust, and problem solving. After each challenge, participants are asked by the facilitator to reflect on their observations of themselves and the interactions of others. Over time, these conversations help the group to have opportunities to build the necessary skills to become a high performing team.
Can be used in a variety of spaces from outside grassy or wooded areas to the indoors. In these activities, group members work with each other to accomplish challenges utilizing "props" or equipment that Mill Road Adventures provides. These challenges help groups begin to foster cooperation, trust and problem solving. They are often used to create an environment where a group of people can laugh and have fun together while developing a supportive culture or community among themselves.
Low challenge activities are low to the ground. Participants remain on or within just a few feet from the ground during these activities. Teams are challenged to overcome physical obstacles that require everyone to work together. Some examples include: The Team Development Course, Spider Web, Walk the Line and Blind Maze.
The Team Development Course (TDC) offers some of the most dynamic team building initiatives in the challenge course industry. It is a versatile tool that provides exceptional program experiences for a wide variety of groups. The series of group initiatives allows facilitators to present group issues, such as communication, leadership, fellowship, service to others, compassion, planning, cooperation, listening skills, and respecting other’s ideas and the quality of their effort. There are many metaphors that represent real life lessons that participants can discuss and have meaningful applications to their team.
7564 BROWN'S MILL ROAD
CHAMBERSBURG, PA 17202