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Corporate Team Building

Our team building exercises consist of a variety of tasks designed to develop group members and their ability to work together effectively.

There are many types of team building activities that range from sports, to problem solving exercises that involve novel complex tasks and are designed for specific needs and to assist teams in becoming cohesive units of individuals that can effectively work together to complete tasks.

Structure Advantage team building and fire and first aid training exercises cover skills and techniques that are required to safely respond to an onsite emergency situation. Although most of these training exercises are company specific they cover the following where required; effective communication and team building, safe use of firefighting equipment and breathing apparatus, internal and external firefighting techniques, first aid and casualty handling.

Benefits of fire and first aid training exercises to the team
Organisations are well aware of the implications of emergency situations at their place of work with regards to injuries to personnel, the surrounding community, the environment, and potential loss of business.

The training will enhance firefighting and team work skills of the organisation’s personnel by offering challenging training scenarios in realistic out door and indoor situations.

Who can benefit from Team Building Exercises?

Fire training team building exercises are useful for all kinds of teams. Some exercises are designed for smaller teams, some for larger teams from any business environment.

Reasons for Team Building include

  • Improving communication
  • Making the workplace more enjoyable
  • Motivating a team
  • Getting everyone “onto the same page”, including goal setting
  • Teaching the team self-regulation strategies
  • Helping participants to learn more about themselves (strengths and weaknesses)
  • Identifying and utilizing the strengths of team members
  • Improving team productivity
  • Practicing effective collaboration with team members
  • Understanding how to deal with an emergency situation.
  • Safe use of firefighting equipment and breathing apparatus, internal and external firefighting techniques, first aid and casualty handling.

Three main reasons for arranging a team building fire and first aid training exercises

  • As the basis for team building, leadership development and management training.
  • To bring together people from different branches of the same organisation to get to know each other.
  • To build team spirit and motivation, deal with leadership issues, integrate new staff into existing teams and create ‘a renaissance mood’.

To build a team that is fully equipped with knowledge on safe use of firefighting equipment and breathing apparatus, internal and external firefighting techniques, first aid and casualty handling.