We are proud to share that Ted Atkins Award Supporter to Nepal was asked to present the Gold Award to the young people on behalf of the Prince at St James’s Palace in London in November 2017. Since 2016, Mr Atkins have been promoting Award programme in Nepal through various presentations to young people and encouraged them to take part in Award. .He has inspired lots of Award participant through his inspirational stories to do the Award and why young people just should not be limited to theoretical knowledge
During his time with The Air Training Corps, he was involved with the scheme since 1973 when he was a cadet, then later on the staff. Ted is a Science and Engineering Ambassador in the UK. He lectures young people around the world to promote science and engineering.
He is also an explorer having explored part of Antarctic for which he was awarded the Polar Medal by HM The Queen. He have climbed the high mountains in Nepal since 1983 and has climbed: Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Kangchenjunga, Ama Dablam and others. He is also a member of the Everest Skydive Team. He now takes people for extreme skydives and world records all over the world. He has set two world records here in Nepal. He have just finished working on the new Mission Impossible film with Tom Cruize. Where He wears equipment made by Ted in the skydiving scene.
Now, Ted wants to take leadership to conduct inter exchange programme with The Duke Of Edinburgh’s International Award, Nepal and other fellow youths from Globe that gives young people opportunity to experience through Adventurous Journey and promoting cross- cultural awareness.