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Outdoor Learning Sector Conference

Creating high value outdoor learning solutions, essential CPD for leaders, educators and managers

 

7th to 9th November 2018
Yarnfield Park Training & Conference Centre, Staffordshire

 


 

Activity Industry Mutual

AIM is proud to be sponsoring the Outdoor Learning Sector Conference 2018. The Activities Industry Mutual specialise in providing an alternative to conventional insurance for the activities sector. Our offering provides cover for everyone from large-scale residential multi-activity centres to freelance instructors operating both in the UK and abroad. Thanks to our first-hand industry experience, we are also able to provide competitive cover for activities that many insurers are reluctant or unable to include.

We are committed to promoting best practice in the activities industry. By sharing our knowledge and experiences we aim to enable our Members to operate more efficiently and effectively, minimising their risk, reducing their claims and saving them valuable money in the process.

AIM coverage is tailored to our Members’ specific needs and offers a long-term, alternative to conventional insurance that provides value, security and certainty, no matter how volatile the economy. We impose rigorous risk-assessment criteria, but it is this rigour that provides true value to our Members, both in terms of the quality and competitiveness of the Mutual and the opportunity to become a part of the AIM community. We work hand in hand with some of the country’s leading industry bodies such as IOL and AHOEC to promote best practice in the sector, and aim to be the leading information resource on risk management and enhanced professional practice in the industry.

Together, We are Strong.

 

Conference Diagram

Outdoor Learning across the UK is increasingly recognised as an important factor in education, health & wellbeing, environmental sustainability and social mobility. This conference explores an increasingly joined-up and coherent sector and its most recent developmental activity.

 

 

The Institute for Outdoor Learning is co-ordinating the conference, working closely with The Association of Head’s of Outdoor Education Centres, supported by The Outdoor Council, British Activity Providers Association, Outdoor Education Advisors Panel and Council for Learning Outside the Classroom.

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