Adventure Training (AT) is an essential part of the RAFAC training syllabus and often the avenue through which you can really learn the most about yourself. There are plenty of opportunities to take yourself outside of your comfort zone and build key skills such as self-confidence, coordination and communication; you may even find yourself developing and demonstrating your own leadership abilities. Team effort also really matters – you’ll build new friendships and learn to rely on each other to achieve your collective goals.
Whether it’s just with 356 Squadron or with other squadrons from within Norfolk & Suffolk Wing, there will be opportunities for you to undertake a wide range of activities, such as:
Climbing (Indoor & Outdoor)
White Water Rafting
- the list goes on! These activities can last anything from a half-day 'taster' session right up to a week (or more) on multi-activity camps.