BAC has developed strong and meaningful partnerships
with other charities, government departments and funding bodies to deliver short and longer term programmes to children, young people and young adults.
Through this generous support, we work hard to expand our social impact, increasing access for individuals and building sustainable capacity within the local communities where we work.
We support our clients and partners to develop their knowledge and skills, building confidence and setting them on pathways towards making real and lasting differences.
BAC provide expert training and support to young people with a disability through the medium of outdoor adventure learning. BAC’s Adventure Learning Park and boathouse are accessible for wheelchair users and the BAC Accessibility team are highly skilled in delivering outdoor adventure to people with physical, learning and sensory disabilities.
Adventure Investigators (AI) is a programme where young investigators will follow a series of clues through a range of challenging environments to foil a conspiracy and save the world’s water supply. In a unique collision between technology and the outdoors, this programme encourages ICT skills as well as canoeing, climbing, caving, bushcraft and navigation skills.
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BAC is a leading Northern Ireland charity. We provide a significant catalyst for youth development and leadership training within communities.
BAC offers exciting opportunities for charities and local good causes to fundraise through our Charity Abseils or bespoke event management.
BAC has extensive experience in working with schools on short and longer term programmes, team building activities, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and residentials.