Corporate team-building with a difference

Our disaster workshops are a brilliant way to engage your staff with the world of humanitarian aid work.

What would your team do in a disaster?

Give your staff the chance to find out in one of our unique disaster simulation workshops. Staff will gain an insight into the complexities of disaster response and boost their skills in teamwork, leadership, problem solving and much more.

  • Choose your length (from 1.5 hour to 5 hours)
  • Choose the location (online or your office)
  • We will deliver a bespoke workshop that is both exciting and challenging

Our workshops can be used as a team building tool, away day, graduate induction, senior leadership training or lunchtime networking session. In the past two years, we've run successful challenges for the likes of Arcadis, Arup, Atkins, RMD Kwikform, National Grid and WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff.

From designing a refugee camp in an hour, to planning a response to the Nepalese earthquakes, whichever challenge you choose it's guaranteed to surprise, test and engage your staff.

Enquire about our range of disaster workshops

Trailer || RedR Disaster Relief Simulation

I just wanted to thank you, and the team, for an amazing, well-run and thought-provoking day. When I arrived at the venue everyone was buzzing and sharing their learning and I think the experience will stay with them for a long time. You met the brief of ‘collaboration and connectivity’ superbly - and a particular call-out to the trainers from everyone too, please.

Tim Neal

Region Leader Europe, EC Harris (UK Engineering Consultancy)

What would your team do in a disaster?
What would your team do in a disaster?

I took part in RedR’s disaster relief simulation exercise and responded to an earthquake in Pakistan. The exercise showed me how complex disaster response is, and how important the right training is. It also gave me an opportunity to see the skills of my colleagues across BP Engineering in practice. I encourage you to consider RedR as the provider for your next team building exercise.

John Baxter

Former Group Head of Engineering at BP