Our Clients

Working in partnership is key to our approach. We work closely with each of our clients to align their Outward Bound programme to their objectives and organisational values as well as the needs of their talent.  

Listed below is a small selection of our clients, click on them to find out more about how we work with each of them.



Airbus

Develop graduates’ personal and team behaviours whilst enabling them to drive forward own performance.

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Amec Foster Wheeler

A 3-day development experience focusing on development of coaching skills and stimulating discussion on team purpose, performance and values.

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Aveva

Explore and develop interpersonal and basic management skills within the graduate cohort.

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BAE Systems

A tailored 5-day programme providing opportunities to take responsibility for task management and success.

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HSBC

A series of 4-day residential programmes mixing graduates from 44 countries

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MAERSK

Incorporates a range of outdoor challenges including an overnight expedition for the cadets to explore their own values and how they align with Maersk’s.

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Rolls Royce

Engaging with schools and communities to showcase the career opportunities that are on offer, and to identify those with a talent for engineering.

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Sabic

A 5-day development programme including 2-day creative project to review individual and group behaviours against SABIC values.

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Sellafield Ltd

50 hour project in which graduates take ownership for planning, execution, review and presentation to develop leadership, coaching, planning and team-working.

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Toyota

Undertaking of tasks with exposure to risk and responsibility to highlight the importance of planning and preparation in safety and risk assessment.

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Unilever

Aims to develop key communication and leadership skills, to facilitate the transition to the workplace.

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Volkswagen

A 5-day programme focusing on teamwork, communication and taking responsibility and ownership of issues.

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