Basic Bushcraft at Kindrogan, Field Studies Council
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About the Course
Residential weekend course in the Scottish Highlands, learning bushcraft skills, run by the Field Studies Council.
This course is designed to develop basic bushcraft skills. No prior knowledge is required but participants must be over 16 years old. Sessions will be led in and around the grounds of Kindrogan Field Centre and will include: basic knife and tool skills, woodworking, shelter building, fire-making using flint, steel and bow drill friction techniques, tinder making, basic wild food, and fire management for cooking, warmth and light. The course fee includes basic bushcraft kit which can be kept after the course.
Geoff is a lecturer of game and wildlife management at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire and has many years of experience of teaching further and higher education. He is the founder of Bushcraft Education ltd. and a passionate practitioner and instructor of bushcraft and survival skills. He writes authoritatively on the topics of wildlife and bushcraft, particularly related teaching bushcraft and outdoor skills to children, for a range of print and online publications and regularly delivers seminars and workshops at national and international events on topics related to nature engagement, environmental education and bushcraft.
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What's included in the price?
Includes (indoor!) accommodation, all meals and refreshments.
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Course Start DatesSaturday 3rd November 2018
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