AALA (Adventure Activities Licensing Authority)
AALA (Adventure Activities Licensing Authority)

TYF offer a range of programmes:

Adventure education: TYF take over 10,000 people a year on learning activities in wild places on the coast of Wales, building personal and group skills around sustainability, risk awareness and leadership. TYF works with some of the most deprived and most privileged groups in the UK, transferring experiences and stories between the two.

Wellbeing & personal development: since 1988, TYF have run personal development and wellbeing programmes worldwide for over 100 organisations from public and private sectors, ranging from scouts and guides to leading corporates.

Residential experiences: with residential programmes that range from single nights on wild beaches to week long off-grid stays at TYF’s Ocean Camp or large group experiences at local farms that can sleep over 200, we have the capability for designing exactly what groups need.

Innovation design and education: TYF Connect CIC deliver educational programmes centred on sustainability and innovation learning. The TYF eduCAT programme was delivered to up-skill and develop Pembrokeshire teenager’s understanding of real-time sustainability issues.  As a result, nearly 3000 students participated in community and business challenges across the county, delivered with the support of businesses such as Welsh Water, Bluestone, The National Trust and Valero.

Leadership and strategy: programmes with executive and elected leaders in local authorities, community groups, Welsh Government departments and with corporate clients are designed to reconnect ideas, functions and outcomes, and dramatically accelerate speed and scale of change.

Community Development: helping community and local authorities refocus community vision on the changes that need to happen, using approaches that combine context, threats, opportunities and innovation.

Provided by TYF St Davids
1 High Street, , St Davids, SA62 6SA
01437 720879

TYF create life changing adventures with a light touch on nature, focus young people's skills for the future and help organisations with innovation and sustainability.'