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The Aim of this course is to teach you the skills needed to survive and thrive in the wilderness and woodlands. You will learn the skills and techniques to light fires, identify edible plants, build shelters, make traps and snares, purify water, prepare rabbit, fish and birds, use knives and saws safely and efficiently and navigate around the country. This Level 2 Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Livings Skills course is accredited by the NCFE. The weekend course is more of a fun, safe learning experience than an endurance event. If you have a group, you can book your own weekend or 2 night course during the week.
This is a 'hands on' course. The instructors will explain and demonstrate but you will get the opportunity to have a go at everything!
2017/07/28-30 – Staffordshire, 2017/08/04-06 – Devon, 2017/08/04-06 – Staffordshire, 2017/08/25-27 – Devon, 2017/08/25-27 – Staffordshire, 2017/09/01-03 – Devon, 2017/09/22-24 – Staffordshire, 2017/10/06-08 – Devon, 2017/10/27-29 – Staffordshire, 2017/11/03-05 – Devon, 2017/11/12-17 – Scotland, 2017/11/24-26 – Staffordshire, 2018/03/02-04 – Devon, 2018/03/23-25 – Staffordshire, 2018/04/06-08 – Devon, 2018/04/13-15 – Staffordshire, 2018/05/04-06 – Devon, 2018/05/25-27 – Staffordshire, 2018/06/01-03 – Devon, 2018/06/22-24 – Staffordshire
Balance Payment £135, Deposit Payment £85, Full Course Payment £220
The skills and techniques you need to live in the wilderness are expertly demonstrated and explained so that you can master them before leaving the course. You need have no knowledge of survival skills to attend this course. This is learning through experience at its best. Most people come on this course as individuals or pairs. If you have a large group, please contact us for your own weekend.
The itinerary may change depending on weather, but all subjects will be covered.
What will you learn on the course: Level 2 Learning Outcomes
PLEASE DO NOT BRING AXES, MACHETES, PARANGS etc. You will be asked to leave them in your car.
Outdoor clothing should be tough and comfortable. Wearing several thin layers is better than a few thick layers. A waterproof jacket and several sweatshirts underneath are sufficient. Jeans should not be worn, as they are slow to dry, clinging and cold. Natural colours or camouflage will give you a better chance of spotting wildlife. Walking boots are ideal, but wellies in wet weather and trainers in dry weather will suffice.
Please pack your torch, antibacterial wipes/soap and insect repellent at the top of your bag.
You will be fed on Friday night, three meals on Saturday and Sunday breakfast. Alcohol is not permitted on this course.
You will not be posted any instructions. Everything you need to attend the course is on this webpage and on the email that you will receive. If you require anything further, please do not hesitate to get in touch and we'll be glad to assist.
Feedback and Complaints
Any feedback from you course is always welcome. If you have a complaint it should first be raised with the instructor running the course. If you are still not happy, please contact us in writing at the address above. We will always strive to amend our courses for the best experience for all concerned.
Our public liability insurance is with Lloyd's and the policy number is T2015031913130358.
Post Course Reading List
For a list of suggested reading material please click here: Recommended Reading