Adventure Training North East will give you an adventure experience to remember in Tyne and Wear, Northumberland and County Durham. We regularly work in the Lake District and Yorkshire, but increasingly we are asked to work across the UK and abroad.
Our experienced, highly enthusiastic and well qualified Instructor Team will share with you a passion for outdoor learning and for safe and exciting adventure activities.
Whether you are a corporate team, business, school, youth organisation, or an interested solo 'adventurer', we will develop a programme with you that combine our experience and outdoor knowledge with your aims and aspirations for the day.
Talk to us, we will be pleased to help you plan your day.
Meet Jon and Caroline and view their qualifications, areas of expertise and vast experience running outdoor activities.
Tue 15th January
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Mon 31st December
I took part in a 2 day Outdoor First Aid course with ATNE in November 2017. This was my 4th first aid course but the first time I had gone with ATNE, and they are a breath of fresh air. They have the ability to turn a mundane topic into something exciting and fun. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and found the stories and anecdotes very useful in helping me remember the course content. Jon and Caroline both made me feel welcome and created a positive learning environment for the whole class. I would highly recommend them for the first aid course but have no doubt that the same level of professional competency is instilled in all their courses.
Jon and Caroline have worked for Newcastle RGS for the last two years or so - helping us develop our climbing provision. They have run a series of one day trips across Northumberland at the meccas of Bowden Doors and Kyloe, and smaller crags like East Woodburn, and down into Yorkshire to Scugdale and the like (crags that we would not otherwise have visited). This has broadened into providing fantastic instruction for some of our more talented and keen climbers into lead climbing courses over weekends, which has meant weekend trips to Burbage, Stanage and the crags around Ingleton. Their knowledge of crags to visit is vast (broadening both the students and my own education about what is out there), their manner with the students has been outstanding, and we have had some brilliant trips out wherever we have gone. Climbing at the RGS is on a real high at present and we are producing some of the most talented climbers in the North-east, which is in no small part to the work they have done for us, and their enthusiasm with the students