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Weekend Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Living Level 2 Training Course CQ NCFE Accredited

£235.00

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, purify water, prepare rabbit, fish and birds, use knives and saws safely and efficiently around the country.  This Level 2 Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Living 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!

  • Course: Weekend Bushcraft Course and Level 2 Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Living Skills Training Course.  Accredited by the NCFE
  • Venue: Peak District, Near Leek or Cannock Chase
  • Times: 7pm on the Friday – midday on the Sunday
  • Ages: All ages above 10 years welcome.  Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

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Level 3 Range Master, Outdoor Axe, Knife and Tomahawk Throwing Instructor

£235.00

The aim of this course is to provide best practice delivery guidelines for learners wishing to safely instruct others on an axe & knife throwing range for sport or recreational purposes.

The course is designed to provide a standard for safe delivery & coaching as well as ensuring the overall safe management of the range and safety of participants.

This is a 2-day course, requiring a minimum of one overnight stay in the forest and will be self-catering.

 

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Level 2 Assessment, Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Living CQ

£145.00

The NCFE has approved Survival School as a centre to run the Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Living Skills course, which has been accredited as Level 2.  This course is a two weekend course run in either Devon or Staffordshire.

The first weekend, which is our Weekend Bushcraft and Survival Course, will teach you all you need to know and the second weekend is your assessment weekend.  We would suggest a period of consolidation in between.

  • Course: Level 2 Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Living Skills Assessment.  Accredited by the NCFE
  • Venue: Peak District, Near Leek or Cannock Chase
  • Times: 7pm on the Friday – midday on the Sunday
  • Ages: All ages above 10 years welcome.  Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

£140.00 per person

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Survival School Level 3 NCFE CQ Fieldcraft, Animal Observation and Tracking Qualification

£235.00

The Survival School Level 3 NCFE CQ Qualification in Fieldcraft, Animal Observation and Tracking is designed to enable those wishing to locate and get up close to animals in their natural habitat.  The purposes of this course is to gain a skill set that can be used for multiple applications including: photography. observation, population control or military not forgetting, industry that uses Fieldcraft as an essential skill set. We deliver this course through hands on learning about behaviours, habitats, habits, territories and how to use traditional and modern techniques and equipment to get closer to your target species.

We will be using a variety of Night Vision equipment.  Infrared, Thermal, Different quality of viewing devices, lamps and filters.

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Curriculum Outdoor Practitioner Qualification

Outdoor Curriculum Qualification

£155.00

Before enrolling on this course you will need to have completed the Survival School Level 2, Bushcraft, Survival and Wilderness Living practical training and assessment. These modules form the practical platform for the delivery of Linked National Curriculum Outdoors.

(If you have completed the Survival School level 2, Level 4, Level 5 assessment previously you can enrol straight onto this as an addition. All you need to do is send me a copy of your certificate.)

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Survival School Level 3 NCFE CQ, Bread, Origin, History and Evolution

£235.00

What do we know about the food many of us consume?

The aim of the course is to enable you to gain practical knowledge of bread making and how it has evolved over time.

Bread has taken many forms throughout history and used to perform many tasks, for example: In Religion “Give us this day, our daily bread”, “the staff of life” “Hovis (a junction of two Latin words Homanis Vis, The strength of man). “have you enough Dough to trade for that” that work is your “Bread and Butter” to name a few.

Before our ability to create fire, human forms would have foraged for food, seeds, fruits, flowers, fungus, fauna and subsoil foods.  We also hunted and made use of carrion we came across as protein-based food. The seeds of wild grasses were first recognised as nutritious food around 10000BC if not earlier, when people lived by hunter-gathering. This happened more or less simultaneously originating from the middle east and progressing across into Europe and onto the US over many years.

During this migration we selected and identified different seeds, how we could save some for next year’s crop and use others to produce an array of nutritious breads.

This course starts with ancient methods of making bread and works its way through history following migratory routes and making different breads on the way through history, time and evolution.

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