This Tuesday morning, the 16 students of the CAP Security Officer, along with three of their teachers, met at La Chartreuse-Paradis High School in a mini-bus heading out into the Haut-Allier Valley.
High school students can enjoy a rafting descent, a multi-activity ride (canoeing, orientation, archery, etc.) and a pendulum jump for the more adventurous. This camp in the middle of nature is also an opportunity for students to be free and organized to set up their camp or even manage food. To integrate culture with this program, they can visit the Resistance Museum, participate in an escape game in English, and enjoy an evening on the Irish theme.
Future security guards will also have the opportunity to visit the Langkawi Rescue Center, which will echo their training in personal rescue.
According to the teachers, “These three days outside are a very good practical exercise for the students: it confronts them with situations that require self-control, rigidity and mutual help. It is an experience that gives them a lot of confidence and appreciates their efforts.”
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