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outward bound

[′au̇t·wərd ′bau̇nd]
(navigation)
Heading for the open sea.
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On the final morning of OB 24, alumni get to see the Outward Bound learning process, (some might call it magic), in action now, after many decades of development, progression and new pedagogies.
But the one Paul Marcoloni, an Outward Bound School instructor in the US and one of the pillars of this expedition, gave us on the morning of January 25 later filled me with doubt.
It is important to note that adventure-based counseling is not a true wilderness experience like Outward Bound. Rather, it may involve ropes courses or time-limited activities outdoors.
Raed Mohammed Dawood, Director of Government Relations and Corporate Affairs at Ooredoo, said, "The youth of Oman are the future of our nation and by partnering with Outward Bound Oman we want to inspire them to develop essential life skills, unlock their full potential as future leaders and team members, and support them to become better prepared to enter the job market."
The PS36,267 raised will go towards a bursary scheme which enables disadvantaged young people to do Outward Bound Trust courses.
Pupils, who were being sponsored for the event, will be visiting the Lake District in June, staying in the village of Knock and enjoying a range of outward bound activities such as canoeing, climbing and gorge walking.
The MoU was signed by the Sayyid Faisal bin Turki al-Said, Patron of Outward Bound and Raoul Restucci, Managing Director of PDO.
In honor of their 50th Anniversary, the Hurricane Island Outward Bound School would also like to announce a $50,000 matching challenge grant for the School's Student Opportunity Fund, a part of the overall HIOBS scholarship program that ensures no student is turned away from an Outward Bound experience due to an inability to pay tuition.
The positive impacts of Outward Bound courses have been extensively researched and documented.
Mrs Hague - a writer, business consultant, broadcaster and the Welsh wife of Foreign Secretary William Hague - took on the dizzying challenge for educational charity the Outward Bound Trust.