Bushcraft Courses

All courses can be run by arrangement, some are also run on a regular basis.

1. Family & Friends Bushcraft Experience

A one day course for family and friends covering such things as shelter building, fuel and fire, camp cooking, bushcraft on a budget and cordage.

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2. Family & Friends Bushcraft Camp

A 2 day course with a night camping out for family and friends
Subjects covered include shelter building, fuel and fire, camp cooking, tools and their safety, cordage, safe water and bread making.

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3. Educational Groups

Five hours to be split between up to five groups
Content depends on group sizes but could include shelter building, fire, cordage, cooking
This will help fulfil 'Learning Outside the Classroom' requirements.

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4. Corporate, Team Building & Away Days

We can put a course together to fulfil whatever your requirements are and at a location of your choice, subject to its suitability for Bushcraft! Course content will be designed to satisfy the outcomes required, the needs of the group and the budgert available.

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5. Bushcraft Parties

A Bushcraft party is ideal for youngsters (8-16) and lasts half a day (2 ½ hours)
Topics covered might include shelter building, fire lighting, water boiling and Marshmallow toasting!

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6. Bushcraft Skills day

This is a 1 day course aimed at individuals or couples requiring intensive training in any of the Bushcraft skill areas.
With an instructor to yourself, the day is geared to the skills you wish to develop or refine

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Online Evaluation Form

We aim to deliver high quality, educationally relevant and enjoyable programmes which meet the particular needs of your groups. We want to know if we ever fall short of that mark. Please complete our evaluation form and give us the feedback we need. This enables us to continuously self develop and provide a better service.

We hope that you have had a good experience with Moorlands Bushcraft; but please feel free to tell us exactly how well we met your expectations.

We appreciate that some of these questions may not be relevant to the particular course that you have been on, so please just ignore those and just complete those that you feel you can comment on.

Planning

Did you find the pre-course planning with regard to establishing aims and objectives and required outcomes, and our general communications appropriate? If not, what is your helpful feedback?

Expectations

Did you get what you wanted from the course? If not, can you identify why?

Course Content and Design

Which particular session did you find most useful and why

Which particular session did you find least useful and why?

Were there any areas which you expected to be covered but were not?

What areas would you have liked to have spent more time on

Did you find the length of the course

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The daily schedule was

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The learning environment was

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The Moorlands Bushcraft trainers and instructors were

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What is your opinion of the facilities and equipment made available to you?
(Please comment on both the domestic and training facilities)