Splash Projects’ leadership team consists of former Military Forces, including Royal Engineers, Marines and Special Forces, who have led relief projects and corporate development programmes around the globe.
The team has vast experience of working in a range of environments and in delivering leadership training. Their field of expertise ranges from Command & Leadership and General Construction Engineering to Infrastructure Support in austere environments.
In the 20 years since the company was formed it has trained more than 50,000 participants from some of the world’s leading companies and business schools, including Santander, BAE Systems, Bank of America, INSEAD and Heineken.
Leveraging our unique Project Delivery Model, participants are invited to strategise, plan and execute in an unfamiliar environment – offering a spectrum of challenges and development opportunities for post graduates, new employees and senior-level managers alike.
We collaborate with learning experts from the world’s most prominent institutions to design and deliver team building and leadership development programmes whose impact surpasses the average volunteer day or fundraising event.
We feel strongly about leaving a better footprint on the world and working with clients, we change people’s lives for the better, realise their potential and dreams and make a lasting difference to communities.
Supported by a team of HR professionals, media gurus and specialist facilitators, we can be found with our clients building schools in the heart of the Belizean jungle, adventure playgrounds in London, classrooms in China or delivering training and aid to African communities in need.
Read on to find our individual team profiles or learn more about the nature of our community projects.
Since mid-2019, Splash Projects been working hard with Trees for Cities by transforming grounds of schools all over the UK into Edible Playgrounds. These builds will be transformed into vibrant teaching gardens to offer a lively, engaging and multi-sensory way to teach children about growing and eating healthy food. It’s been great to be part of this great initiative by Trees for Cities who have already created over 100 Edible Playgrounds, which support more than 68,000 children across the UK.