Learn about recreational accessibility
Immerse yourself in the world of adaptive sport, accessibility and disability knowledge. These sessions are designed to expand your knowledge on all fields through information presentation and interactive practical training. Sessions may be custom fit to suit the needs of your group.
At RMA, we want to educate our neighbours about adaptive sports, disability knowledge and the challenges of accessibility in the surrounding areas. We offer various different formats in the form of info and practical sessions, designed for your team to become more knowledgeable in this field
There are many perks to booking with RMA. We provide interactive, fun, and informative sessions, helping to increase knowledge on the disability community. Learning about individuals with disabilities and the challenges life can present encourages empathy and kindness among peers. RMA allows a safe forum for asking questions on disabilities and accessibility, and a platform that encourages future volunteerism in this field or other areas.
Get The Ball Rolling
Create your custom built Adventure today.
Use the button above to submit a booking request. Please have to hand your potential group size, activity interest(s), available booking dates, as well as any questions you may have. For this activity, we require a 3 month booking period.
Our team will discuss the details of your request and create potential options and dates. You will then be contacted to run through the options available to your team. Once a date and activity is confirmed, you will be asked to make payment (if relevant) via your booking invoice which will be emailed to you.
RMA will perform a presentation via Google Meets or in person at your location. This presentation is designed to introduce RMA and prepare your group for the adventure that lies ahead. It will take approximately 1 hour and allow time to answer questions.
7-14 Days prior to the event, you will be provided with a detailed outline of your adventure. Clothing, some equipment and lunch/snacks must be provided by your organisation.
We cannot wait to meet you at the confirmed location and time. Your team will assist a group of individuals with mobility or cognitive impairments to enjoy a day out in the mountains.
Volunteer Experience and Training Session
This session educates your group on volunteering in adaptive sport, followed practical training using RMA’s extensive range of equipment. The focus of the activity (ie. hiking, biking, or paddlesports) will be determined prior to the session.
Program & Equipment Taster Session
Learn more about the services, programs and adaptive equipment that RMA has to offer. These specialized sessions provide informative guidance and experiential training on many adaptive sport and recreational areas, which are tailored to suit your groups interests and abilities.
Presentation & Info Session
Learn more about RMA’s range of programming and volunteer roles at this information and interactive slide show presentation and talk. These presentations will provide you with information on RMA’s specialized equipment, adaptive programs and lessons and allow lots of time for questions.
Your team must be prepared to be involved in the chosen activity.
Activity details and schedule vary per activity and may change in the lead up to your activity. Specific details will be confirmed close to your adventure date.
We recommend booking 4 weeks prior to your requested booking date. However, we may be able to accommodate bookings up to 2 weeks prior. Please provide a range of possible dates at time of request.
For cancellations, a 50% refund will be issued when request is made 4 weeks prior to event. No refund is provided for cancellations made within 4 weeks of event. If you do need to cancel, please discuss options to move booking to alternative date
An Educational Success
“We found the session both incredibly informative and fun, in equal parts. The students who took part loved trying out the equipment (this was their favorite part) but also listened well and asked questions at the information session. As we have multiple students with disabilities in our grade 2, we felt it important to find more ways to educate our students and our teachers as well.” Amanda Clarke