Aimed at empowering younger campers aged 13 and 15, this challenging but fun programme is the perfect introduction to the skills needed to one day become a leader. Participants stay at camp base in the beautiful Chalet Notburgahof which is the perfect, breath-taking setting for this fantastic programme.
Following the long-standing success of our Leadership Training Camp, Village Camps is pleased to introduce our new Learning To Lead (LTL) programme in our Austria Camp. For 3 hours every weekday morning the LTL campers will participate in activities that teach leadership, team building, responsibility and independence.
A series of international motivational and educational speakers, will give the campers opportunities to develop their leadership skills as well as beginning to understand goal setting and how to achieve result in ways that are relatable to 13 and 15-year olds.
Presentations with subjects like goal setting, the importance of believing in yourself, self-confidence and positive leadership will open the participants eyes to new ideas and potentials.
The afternoons and evenings are spent with campers from the other programmes participating in a variety of fun and exciting activities.
More traditional camp activities take a different twist as we assign and discuss the values of different parts of the activities. Campers learn to facilitate change in their own lives, and we encourage responsibility by working with them to create expectations of behaviour and desired outcomes from camp and life in general. We develop goals and strategies for achieving these goals in an exciting and engaging way.
The 80-capacity Chalet Notburgahof is in a delightful setting in the rural village of Piesendorf, close to the international, lakeside resort of Zell am See. The Chalet has fully-equipped on-site multi-purpose gym for sports and evening activities, as well as language classrooms, internet café, conference room, tennis and badminton courts.
The excursion highlights include a day trip to visit Salzburg, a trek to Sigmund Thun Klam Gorge and a visit to the Welten Museum.
There is a variety of afternoon and evening activities both in camp and outdoors, which campers from all programmes participate together. These all camp activities are organised and supervised by Village Camps counsellors.
Further details on the excursions and on the activities available at the Austria camp can be found on the Austria Overview Page.