Lead Trainer & Consultant
Beth Chapman has worked in the expedition sector for 10 years and is a qualified Off-Site Safety Management trainer who regularly runs courses and advisory sessions for schools, charities and at the Royal Geographical Society in London. She also runs a small organisation which sets up school-link projects between UK schools and African charities (www.inspire-worldwide.com).
Beth’s background is in geography and she is very passionate about supporting schools and teachers to have the confidence to run their own off-site trips in-house and to push boundaries and offer new challenges to their students.
She is a firm believer that Safety and Risk Assessments should never be seen as a chore and her core aim is to show her clients how to make these issues accessible and as pain-free as possible.
Some of our other Trainers
Kensa has been working with NGOs and managing volunteer programmes for 8 years. She has lived and worked in Malawi & Ethiopia, and has led a number of volunteer programmes in Malawi, Tanzania, Ethiopia and India. She also has extensive experience of working with overseas partners.
She currently manages a youth mentoring programme for YMCA and is a freelance trainer, running training sessions for Inspire Worldwide, VSO and Catch22 for young adults, teachers, charity staff and volunteers.
Kensa has a qualification in NGO management (SOAS, University of London) and is a Trustee of a charity in the UK. She is trained in Off-site Safety Management, Remote First Aid and Project Management and speaks French and Spanish.
Rachel has extensive experience managing projects working with young people both in the UK and overseas. Through this work she has supported and worked with many schools in the Sussex area, both training staff and delivering internal youth engagement programmes.
Internationally, Rachel has worked with and led teams to South India, Burma, Thailand, and Malawi undertaking infrastructure development within rural communities and implementing events inside refugee camps.
She is a passionate believer in ethical volunteering and cultural exchange, and the impact it can have both on volunteers and local communities.
Rachel is a qualified project manager (PRINCE 2), teacher (DTTLS) and remote First Aider.
Jess has led many Expeditions to Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya and South Africa. She has travelled independently around East Africa and has spent extensive time volunteering in the development sector.
In the UK Jess has worked in nursery schools, primary schools and in Youth Trusts supporting children from various backgrounds and with a variety of needs through their education. Most recently Jess has been working for Joshua Orphan and Community Care Charity as their UK Coordinator and has been developing links between Primary Schools in the UK and Malawi.
She has a degree in International Relations and Journalism and is also trained in Remote First Aid. Jess is extremely passionate about development expeditions in rural Africa and is keen to offer other people the same life changing experience.
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