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School Project Costs & Health & Safety

School Project Costs & Health & Safety

Costs

Tailor-made Projectss for educational institutions will be quoted on an individual basis, depending on itinerary and activities, but as a guide two weeks start at £1,000, and three weeks start at £1,350 per student. To complete the BTEC four weeks are necessary, with prices on application. Frontier offers a free teacher place including teacher airfare for every 10 students or part thereof.

The Projects contribution covers presentations to interested students and parents; comprehensive pre-departure preparation and support including fundraising, medical and travel advice, full documentation, visas and airfare negotiation; UK Training weekend; all in-country costs: 24hr UK and Country HQ support, airport collection, transfers, food, accommodation, group Projects equipment, field & scientific training and activities, management and scientific staff. It also includes dive training to PADI OW if required and full associated PADI documentation & PIC cards. It excludes student airfares and insurance.


Health & Safety

Who can Join? We usually take groups of between 10 and 25 students with accompanying teachers, but there is no minimum group size. Students must be 16 or over, and be fit and healthy.

Safety Is Paramount

We have been running highly prestigious Projectss since 1989 for young people interested in exploring tropical developing countries and contributing to threatened species conservation. Health and safety is our top priority and extensive risk assessments are conducted prior to setting up each camp. All our facilities are approved as learning centres for our unique BTEC qualification (available on 4 week Projects).

"Excellent assessments, feedback, and support. Top class health and safety policy implemented."- Mike Todd, Edexcel External Verifier

Our staff are recruited in the UK, but will have worked in the country of your Projects for a minimum of 12 months, so your permanent staff team will have plenty of experience. Your staff will have daily radio, satellite and mobile phone contact with our in-country office, which in turn will report to our London office. We also have established links with local doctors, hospitals, and emergency evacuation teams.

Your group will receive extensive health and safety briefings before departure and on arrival in-country, with on-going reinforcement throughout the Projects. You will have an exciting and challenging experience with complete peace of mind.