Last Updated (Thursday, 19 April 2012 13:17)
Competitions & Challenges
Team Development Competitions and Challenges
On this page you will find a range of competitive and challenging programmes and events from the straightforward fun of 'It’s a Knockout' to the highly stimulating 'The Team Quest'.
A great fun event very similar to the 70’s and 80’s hit television programme, involving many challenges including the hilarious giant inflatables. Totally mobile, it is a great breakout for a conference.
Mission Improbable events are dynamic adrenaline filled days guaranteed to excite, energise & inspire staff or clients. They provide the opportunity to leave the office environment behind and take on the role of Government Agents undertaking a top secret mission.
Teams must deduce who murdered the character Doctor Black. There are 6 potential suspects, weapons and crime scenes. Only by successfully linking all three elements of the dastardly deed, will one of the competing teams solve the mystery and become the 'super sleuths'!
Based on the board game of Monopoly, this city challenge is one of Quest’s most popular and cost effective team building events. It is competitive in a fun way, and all delegates discover latent skills in themselves and colleagues. This programme can be delivered in many different UK towns and cities.
Events designed for large groups to help organisations meet their corporate social responsibilities and achieve strategic corporate objectives. Charity Challenges also enable charities to strengthen bonds with the corporate world.
These competitions test teams physically and mentally through a wide range of outdoor activities and problem-solving tasks. They focus on five key areas; skills, teamwork, strategy, experience and fitness. The Team Quest is the ultimate corporate challenge.
Quest’s adventure race series, questars, is the UK’s biggest one day series. Designed for novices and masters alike in some of the UK’s most stunning countryside, it includes mountain biking, trail running and optional kayaking.