World-class organizations are composed of efficient and cohesive teams. We can help strengthen your group’s interpersonal relationships and unleash your potential for unheralded success. The Academy also offers a wide range of outdoor recreational activities that are designed to develop teamwork, trust and communication.
With pipes as the instrument in this activity, the goal is for the ball to travel with the help of the pipes until it lands on the finish line.See Details
The goal of this activity is to pass the hoop to the rest of the group until it reaches the person from where it started. The participants in this activity are formed in a circle and are holding hands.See Details
The goal of this activity is to bring the hoop to the ground by only using their pointer fingers.See Details
The goal is to traverse the start and finish line using the Human Hamster Track Plates.See Details
For the team to complete consecutive number of rounds of jump rope.
The goal is for the team is to travel the distance designated for the course using the wooden skis.See Details
Low Course Activities
The web has 37 passable holes and the idea is for the whole group to get to the other side without any body touching the web. Each hole is passable by one person only.See Details
This is a buddy activity, the idea is for the two persons to walk across the cable facing each other and reach the end of the cable.See Details
The purpose of this activity is for the group to strategize on how to get to the other side. The only way is through the square opening with a size of 2’ x 2’.See Details
The goal is for one group to stand on one side and another at the other side and they are to exchange place without any body falling.See Details
The idea is for the group to pass through the pit by crawling in without any part of their body or clothing touching the braided rope. Another way to go about is to pass through by stepping in the squares or holes where there are ribbons attached to it.See Details
The idea is for the group to cross the swamp by leaping from one stump to the other without anybody from the group falling. The leader of the group or a safety officer will be the one to guide the one who is crossing.See Details
The goal of this activity is to transfer balls from one pail to another without spilling any. If any of the balls weren’t shoot to the other pail, the team will have to go back to the start.
The objective of this activity is to instill teamwork by picking all the colored balls assigned to the team within the 15 minutes timeframe.
The objective of this activity is to make the ball fall into the biggest hole after it travels around all the holes without falling through a hole or off the tarpaulin.
I am delighted that I have FPLA’s Leadership and Innovations programs as part of my arsenal to help me gain new insights, challenge assumptions, brew up new ideas, and learn from luminaries, peers and colleagues. Maraming salamat sa FPLA.
I’ve seen many many companies, and I’d say FPLA is one of the best when it comes to customization. This iterative process of coming to the exact program design that works for the people — that is, I think, one of FPLA’s outstanding features.
FPLA has always been our preference for high-profile events. When we have the Mayors and the Governors [as guests], this has always been the prime venue.
Our team always likes going out of town, but if we need a session not too far from Manila, the First Pacific Leadership Academy is the top-of-mind-location for our teaming sessions - They’re close by; they have good indoor and outdoor facilities, and they are flexible enough to accommodate our needs.
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