Adult Programs - The Adventure Learning Center
Corporate Low Challenge Course
The low course invites teams to work together to solve problems, communicate and to develop trust with one another to accomplish a task. The challenges are a mixture of mental and physical tasks that lead to success! Groups learn to develop team strategies capitalizing on their work styles, strengths and overall goals.
Corporate High Challenge Course
This adventure challenges you to take a risk and step outside of your comfort zone 40 feet above ground. Set among telephone poles, participants navigate up and across climbing walls, nets, cables, logs, and swinging platforms while being safely belayed by our professionally trained staff. . Climbers can take a step off of our Zip Platform and glide through 200 feet of tree tops. Participants must complete the low challenge course prior to advancing to the high course.
Let us bring the Adventure to you! Our portable challenge program can be implemented on site at your workplace, conference room, gymnasium, parks, or any open space. It includes many of the games and initiative we do on the low course.
Portable Challenge Training
Interested in new ways to teach teamwork, communication, and problem-solving to youth and adults in any setting? You’ll receive 20 hours of training, a 4-H Challenge notebook, access to ALC and 4-H portable challenge kits in Polk County for 1 year, and experience facilitating 4-H Challenge to take home to groups and organizations in your community. Please note that you need to attend the entire training in order to be certified to use the Portable Challenge equipment.
If you have questions, or want us to design a custom program for your group please contact us.
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Our experience with the Challenge Course was everything I had hoped for and more! From the very beginning when we identified areas to work on for our management team to the actual experience on the course; it has all been very beneficial and we still talk about it to this day. It is not uncommon to be in a meeting and have someone reference an initiative from our day on the course and relate it to what is happening right now. The initiatives really made an impact whether it was for professional benefit or personal. An experience well worth our time!
Cristy Jennings, CTRS
Assistant Outreach Director