|As an outdoor centre you offer a broad range of activities to appeal to diverse range of clients from learning and development for children and young people to adults on corporate team building days.
You may be offering a wide range of adventure activities such as:
- Day-camps on a non-residential basis
- Residential weekends
- Specialist programmes for schools and youth groups
- Holiday clubs or summer camps
- Sports coaching or family activity holidays
Whatever the size and nature of your operation, you will want to ensure your guests have unforgettable experiences in a safe environment.
However accidents can happen, so having good advice from an experienced insurance broker in this field, covered by the right policy at a reasonable price is key.
Unity Insurance Services can help you
As well as advising you on protecting your organisation’s physical and financial plus your reputation and the various liability risks you face as a charitable organisation, Unity Insurance Services specialises in servicing activity and adventure focussed charities especially those working with young people.
This means we have extensive experience of dealing with activity and outdoor educational centres undertaking everything from canoeing to quad biking; archery to zorbing. In addition we are well versed with the specific risks when working with children and young people and the need to demonstrate good risk management, particularly child protection and safeguarding policies and practices.
With our long-standing experience, we:
- have a better understanding of activity and outdoor educational centres;
- can provide a more detailed picture of your risks;
- can access cost effective insurance from specialist underwriters; and
- can advise on risk management practices based on our experience.
By leveraging our experience in this field we can provide tailored all inclusive cover to cater for the widest range of activities, flexible enough to cater for your programme today and for the future as your organisation and programme evolves.
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