History of Outward Bound Kenya.
The Outward Bound Trust of Kenya is a member of The Outward Bound Global Network of over 300 centres worldwide. The International Secretariat sits at Salt Lake City, USA.
The Outward Bound movement was started in Britain during World War II as a way of helping young sea men develop the qualities necessary for survival. These qualities include leader ship, teamwork, perseverance and care for others. Today, there are over 300 Outward Bound schools, base camps, centres and institutions all over the world.Outward Bound Kenya was founded in 1952 as a way of building bonds of trust between young men of all races. Within the next several years, it developed into a means of preparing students for the leadership role they would play in an independent Kenya. Half a century down the line, Outward Bound Kenya has widened its training portfolio to include consultancy training and human resource functions – all these without losing its core responsibility; the youth.
Methodology
Instead of lecturing on the ‘right’ way of doing things, Outward Bound challenge the individual to discover what works and what does not. The lessons learnt are immediate and unforgettable. The activities are then complimented by discussions and professional input from experienced facilitators.
Outward Bound Youth Courses use direct, dramatic experiences in unfamiliar surroundings to bring out the best in young people. Through our outdoor programs, we strive to help the youth discover their potential. The lessons learnt are immediate and unforgettable. Such lessons can be Outward Bound is an experiential based training Organisation specialising in personal growth and development by use of outdoor based activities to promote learning. The organization is the pioneer and global leader in experiential training and consultancy methodology.


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Kenya Cultural Centre – 1’st Floor, Harry Thuku Road (opp. Norfolk Hotel), 

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info@outwardboundkenya.co.ke

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