Your trip starts here

Your fist three steps towards your quality study trip:


1. Contact us

Your vessels await you

Drop us an email to suggest a time we can chat.  We will arrange a Skype or telephone call- whichever is most convenient.    As we are often out and about, our office is not always staffed, hence it is best to make an appointment.


We’ll have a chat about what you are after.  We would be interested in what you are studying, what sort of understanding your group will have in the context issues of Transition such as relocalisation, peak oil and climate change.

We will be keen to explore how the experience we provide can best be integrated with and supported by your programme of studies.

Lets discuss what you want to do

This might include prior reading or actions and assignments afterwards.


We’ll also need to know the practical things too.  How many will you be?  What age group?  Will you be staying over night?  How many nights?  Will you need accommodation arranged?


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2. Develop a programme together

All aboard!

All our group programmes are bespoke.  We will put an initial proposal together for you based on your needs and requirements, detailing costs, logistics, and programme content.   We then work together to fine tune to get it right for you.

We can provide a full comprehensive package including transport and catering.  We can make recommendations for accommodation and sometimes some initial enquiries, but we will ask you to take responsibility for this and pay them directly.


3. You get your group here and let us do the rest!

We’re off!

We understand the amount of work that goes into organising a study trip.  We really encourage teachers and group organisers to sit back and enjoy their time here. This gives you time to refresh (remember you’ll have to get them home again!).

It also allows a new dynamic within your group to emerge.  This internal shift within your group helps break through the established hierarchies and peer groups that may exist within your group and allows all participants to engage with the subject in a fresh and open-minded way.



At the end your group will reluctantly have to leave, but they’ll go home better informed, engaged in their subject and hopefully more able and enthused to be active in shaping the world the world they want.


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What happens afterwards?

Achieve great things together

We’ll provide an electronic package of resources and references for you to share with your group.


Many students make Transition the basis of their theses or project work.  Many stay in touch with us via twitter, facebook and the various Transition Network websites.   Some, post-studies, have gone on to implement some of the projects they learned about in their own communities.


You’ll be happy too!

We are really keen to review the experience with you and see how we can improve for next time.  We are all learning in this journey and we are always wanting to understand better how professionals can integrate our work into their teaching.


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Need some reassurance or further convincing?  

Don’t ask us – ask your staff and students.

Ask the people what they want!

If you are a teacher / professor / educator / youth leader, ask your students if they would be interested in what we do.  If you are a student, get some friends together and find out who in your college you need to suggest that this is what you want to do.


We are convinced that what we do is interesting, exciting, very important and great fun.  We are confident your people will do too. So why not ask them?  We’re about empowering people to make their own decisions.  Why not start now?


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