A learning-focused and intense team building activity that improves remote teams.
A real challenge that teams enjoy tackling that helps them improve their effectiveness back in the workplace.
Groups with more than one team have their own leaderboard and may the best team win!
As a completely automated activity, we have no facilitator costs to cover, so it offers real value for money.
Space Rescue is an intense, learning-focused activity that offers a real team challenge and helps improve team effectiveness.
Teams tackle a wide variety of tasks as they help a stricken commercial spaceship get back to Earth safely. Think Apollo 13 and you are halfway there.
You’ll need 4 hours in total for the activity, including preparation time and debrief. The action itself lasts exactly 2 hours.
Check out the brief details of our Space Rescue team building activity.
Space Rescue is an online team building activity set in the near future like no other. As the name suggests, you are on a mission to save your spacecraft and its crew.
You have the tools and technology to save it and the people aboard.
It is the near future. Commercial Space Travel is a reality. Safety is the number one priority. Highly trained ground teams stand ready to assist any spacecraft that gets into trouble.
Each team becomes a ground crew, trying to help a stricken commercial spaceliner make a safe landing. Along the way are many challenges to overcome.
They hone their skills with the help of a computer-controlled emergency simulator. Your group now has access to that simulator.
This is no Xbox® or PlayStation® game – the computer becomes a communications hub as each team organises itself and helps the crew get safely back to Earth in this learning-focused online team building activity.
Buying access to Space Rescue is easy. Simply follow the ‘Buy Now’ button link to get started.
Small groups of up to 10 people (more if it is important to you) can operate as a single team. If your group is large enough, you’ll have two or more teams – probably between 5 and 10 people (again, more if it is important to you) in each.
There’s no limit on the number of teams you can have, so there’s no limit on the number of participants either.
We ask for an hour – there’s a lot to see and we know you’ll have plenty of questions!
Questions or anything else about Space Rescue, we will be happy to hear from you.