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Wildly Different 2019 Programme is now open!

We are excited to announce this year's Wildly Different 2019 Programme is now open for applications. 

Open to children and young people aged 7 - 16 and their families/carers this fantastic experience includes outdoor activities & day trips, weekends away, creative arts and the opportunity to make new friends and explore new spaces.

The Introductory Taster Days are taking place during May Half Term. 

To apply or to refer a child or young person head to the News section of the website to download the application form. 

We look forward to seeing you!

The team at Imayla :) 



CPD & Training

Training in Getting Out There Events Management

Our CPD (Continuous Professional Development) and Training programme offers weekend courses on planning and delivering away-day and residential programmes and workshops.  We offer add-on training in Positve Behaviour Management.

Training for Arts & Environmental Education Tutors

Training for arts, media, outdoor and environmental education workshop leaders in delivering courses in a rural residential setting and to mixed cultural groups

Progression Support

The role of our mentor and volunteer coordinator is to offer specific training, work experience and support to develop skills that our Getting Out There programme encompass eg. Recording and reporting (visual and audio), bushcraft, narrowboat skippering.

Digital Story Making Training

 Imayla works closely with artists, teachers and youth workers to promote the development of creative evaluation techniques using audio and video interviews and photography to support participants to tell their own stories.  

Cultural Awareness Training

We run training and other CPD (Continuing Professional Development) opportunities that explore what we mean by culture, how we can value each others cultures and ways in which we can safely confront the issues faced when we encourage cultural exchange between different groups.

In addition we are able to run skills based training that supports artists, performers and teachers to increase the cultural diversity of their creative and teaching practice.