Active Disability Ireland delivered an incredible site specific Inclusive Adventure Activities training course for our staff. The tutor’s willingness to share their knowledge, experience and practical guidance in an impressive range of scenarios was vital. The highlight of the course
The Inclusive Adventure Activities Training course removed a lot of unknowns for us showed us in that it is really not that difficult or that we require a lot of specialised equipment to be more inclusive. The participants who completed
The Inclusive Adventure Activities Training course discussed important themes like attitude, language, ranges of abilities and ranges of activities and helped to improve our awareness and understanding of inclusion and how to improve access to adventure at our site.
As part of our first club disability project, we coordinated the delivery of Active Disability Ireland Disability Inclusion Training for 50 of our coaches. The training provided in depth knowledge of a wide variety of disabilities both theoretically and practically.
The training made me realize that despite the huge differences in context, barriers to inclusion in day-to-day activities and some prejudices towards persons with a disability seemed no different here and there. But also part of the solution is no
Our team had the hard skills to deliver the training but it was our soft skills and our lack of knowledge and awareness of dealing with people who had an impairment or disability that prompted us to do the Active
The training created a great awareness of how we should communicate with people that have a wide variety of disabilities. The variety of attendees from different backgrounds really helped me, we learnt from each other’s experiences and needs.
The training was undertaken in conjunction with the IRFU’s pilot Disability TAG Rugby initiative in various areas around Ireland and our staff involved in the scheme to date have found the Active Disability Ireland Disability Inclusion Training to be invaluable