OLT is a brand of Outposts Ltd which is one of 900 licensed providers in the United Kingdom under The Adventure Activities Licence Regulations 1996. The Outposts' Registered Number is: L11027 / R0626. The aim of the licensing scheme is to give assurance that good safety management practice is being followed so that young people can continue to have opportunities to experience exciting and stimulating activities outdoors while not being exposed to avoidable risk of death and disabling injury. Requirements on providers are drawn from existing health and safety legislation. Outposts Ltd is registered with The Adventure Activities Licensing Service as licensed to provide specified activities under the following headings: Kayaking (including sit-on-tops) Open Canoeing, Paddle Surfing, Improvised Rafting, Rock Climbing, Abseiling, Gorge Scrambling, Coasteering, Hill Walking & Mountaineering, Off-Road Cycling (also called Mountain Biking), Caving. Confirm on: Tel 029 2075 5715
The scheme guarantees that providers have been inspected and have demonstrated compliance with relevant health and safety legislation.
OLT is an approved Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) Centre.
ILM is a trademark of the City and Guilds of London Institute and is used under licence.
The Institute encourages participation in outdoor learning by developing quality, safety and opportunity in outdoor learning and by supporting and enhancing the good practice of those who work in the field.
OLT is a member of the Institute and endorses its aims of commitment to excellence, supported by policies of environmental sustainability and management of diversity. The Managing Director of OLT Ltd is an Accredited Practitioner of the Institute.
Michael Kingscote, Outposts Founder and MD, is part of the specialist leadership team at Complex Adaptive Leadership whose aim is to expand the view, practice and consistency of Leadership & Organisational Development at local, national and international level.
Outposts Ltd is a member of, and has agreed to follow the National Coasteering Charter code, and ensure our coasteering adventures are delivered above the nationally agreed minimum standard.
Outposts have signed up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant.
The Armed Forces Covenant is the expression of the moral obligation that the Government and the nation owe to the Armed Forces Community. The Covenant acknowledges that members of the Armed Forces sacrifice some freedoms and often face dangerous situations. It recognises that families play a vital role in supporting the operational effectiveness of the Armed Forces.
The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise made by the Government to ensure that the Armed Forces face no disadvantage as a result of their Service.