Avast! Your feedback is appreciated to help guide our continuous improvement.
Our Sea School Expedition Survey only takes a few minutes of your time, if you have had a Sea School or Blue Peter experience, please provide your feedback here…
We are most interested in long term partnerships with organisations to carefully design, evaluate and improve sequenced expedition programs against a range of specific objectives.
Relevant research can be found listed under the resources tab
Our Evaluation Data Blue Peter Survey 2013-14, Sea School Expedition Feedback 2015-16 is continually being updated and summarised
Research Projects are invited to study our approaches
Here is the link to the survey form if you would like to save and send to yourself or others: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SYBPFTS
The Sea School participates in UPLOADS which is administered by the University of the Sunshine Coast Accident Research Scheme (USCAR) team – a national initiative that helps us to track our incident and near miss statistics for risk management purposes, and it will also contribute to this area of research.
The findings from this research are accessible to everyone involved in the outdoor adventure industry, and it will be very interesting to see how sailing activities compare – certainly it is perceived that the risk and rewards are higher. Initial findings suggest that by far the most safety breaches or incidents occur during cooking and games activities, which is consistent with our experience.
If you would like to participate in the study, contact firstname.lastname@example.org