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Program Options


The ECU Team Training Center offers several different options in program scheduling in order to meet group needs. All programs are tailored to meet your group’s needs, goals, dates and availability. Groups must contact us at least 3 weeks prior to any proposed program dates. Dates fill up quickly (especially for summer) so do not wait!

Great for:

ECU Students and Staff          Teachers           Athletic Teams

Community Organizations      Churches          Public Schools

  • Program lasts 2-4 hours
  • Introduction to the challenge course experience
  • Group games and initiatives
  • Learn Names, build teams, foster communication and trust
  • Start with fun, interactive, eye-opening group games
  • Progress to more challenging low ropes course initiatives
  • Programs can start in morning or afternoon and be tailored to meet group needs
  • HAVE FUN and create a memory that will last

  • Full day program
  • Focused on cooperative games, trust activities, group initiative tasks, communication exercises, and low element events
  • Encourages creative thinking, interpretation, application, analysis and synthesis
  • Low elements are located on six wooded acres
  • Involves structures close to the ground
  • Challenges participants to work as a team to accomplish goals that may seem impossible at first!
  • Add the Alpine Tower for a great personal challenge and fun experience for new climbers.

  • Combine the team building of a low ropes course with the adventure of climbing
  • High challenge option designed for groups that want to push their limits
  • Groups navigate the course in "pods" of 4-8
  • Work together, support each other, problem-solve, communicate, and adapt
  • Unique first and second level options
  • Exit the course on our 300 foot zip line
  • Those who may not be comfortable at heights can still support their group through the process

  • Program lasts 2-4 hours
  • Takes advantage of Alpine Tower to provide fun, high challenge, cooperation and excitement
  • Push through physical and mental barriers and expand your comfort zone
  • Learn more about yourself and your group as you attempt to ascend this 50 ft structure
  • Several options are available with different routes and fixed or hanging elements
  • Even if you choose to not ascend the tower, group encouragement and collaboration are still welcomed

  • Come to us or we can come to you!
  • Utilizes open indoor spaces, props and our talented facilitators
  • Allows groups of all kinds to experience our team-building programs
  • Advantageous during colder months of the year

Call 252-328-2944 or email teamtraining@ecu.edu for more information and customizable options.

Pricing


Half-Day
Lows/Tower
Portable Course
ECU Students
ECU Staff, Schools,
Churches, Non-Profits
Government/
Corporate
Per Person
(Add $3 with tower)
$12 1-29 participants $18
30+ participants $15
Prices Start at
$45
Full-Day
Lows/Tower
Portable Course
ECU Students
ECU Staff, Schools,
Churches, Non-Profits
Government/
Corporate
Per Person
(Add $3 with tower)
$20 $25 Call for Pricing
Half-Day
Odyssey Course
ECU Students
ECU Staff, Schools,
Churches, Non-Profits
Government/
Corporate
Per Person
$20 $25 Prices Start at
$55
Full-Day
Odyssey Course
ECU Students
ECU Staff, Schools,
Churches, Non-Profits
Government/
Corporate
Per Person
$30 $35 Call for Pricing

Minimum Fee: Due to the cost of staffing and maintenance we cannot put a group on the course for less than the minimum group fee which is a charge of 10 participants.

ECU student groups include those challenge courses included in an academic setting, team sport, club, Greek or other student based organizational unit on the ECU campus.

ECU staff groups include managerial units, academic departments or other organized group.

General Public (Public schools, Churches, and Non-Profits) groups include all community based groups that are comprised of children in public school or of public school age enrolled in a program, such as a summer camp, boys/girls club, church group, or alternative education organization. Non-profits are business or community groups that serve the community and are not engaged in the pursuit of profit.

Corporate/Government groups generally come to the challenge course with an established, goal-oriented agenda that requires a higher level of processing and challenge. This requires a more sophisticated facilitation and the people to lead. Additional sessions are often recommended and fees adjusted appropriately.