The Survival School Level 3 Wilderness Skills Range Instructor – NCFE CQ Accredited – (Axe & Knife Throwing Instructor Custom Qualification)

(7 customer reviews)

£220.00

Outdoor Axe & knife Throwing Instructor Course

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.

Mandatory Prerequisites

  • Current 16 hr First Aid Certificate
  • Current Enhanced DBS Check

 

Site Entry is not included in the cost of this couse

This course is NCFE CQ Accredited

Back To Wilderness provides this course under licence from Survival School, NCFE Centre 001135

Upon successful completion of the course and meeting the required criteria, the learner will achieve the following:

  • The Survival School Level 3 Wilderness Skills Range Instructor – NCFE CQ Accredited

Our qualification has been developed to meet the specific needs of our learners and has been accredited by NCFE demonstrating the quality and rigor.

NCFE are an awarding organisation recognised by the qualification regulators for England (Ofqual, Wales (Qualification Wales) and Northern Ireland (CCEA Regulation). This is an unregulated qualification and is not a nationally recognised qualification.

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Description

Saturday ItineraryFCHL

  • 07:00-07:30 – Arrival
  • 07:30-08:00 – Welcome Safety Brief
  • 08:00-09:00 – Make Camp & Breakfast (Self Catering)
  • 09:00-09:45 – Legalities, HSE considerations and responsibilities
  • 09:45-11:45 – Range safety, set up & risk assessment
  • 11:45-12:00 – Coffee Break
  • 12:00-12:45 – Target Selection and Maintenance
  • 12:45-13:45 – Equipment selection, inspection & maintenance
  • 13:45-14:45 – Lunch (Self Catering)
  • 14:45-15:30 – Knowledge – questions, practice & consolidation
  • 15:30-17:30 – Effective & safe use of equipment & coaching
  • 17:30-17:45 – Coffee Break
  • 17:45-18:45 – Skills/Knowledge – questions, practice & consolidation
  • 18:45-19:00 – De-Brief
  • 19:00 – Dinner & Down Time (Self Catering)

Sunday Itinerary

  • 07:00-08:30 – Breakfast / Break Camp
  • 08:30-11:30 – Safe Management of a Live Range
  • 11:30-12:00 – Coffee Break, Reflection & Review
  • 12:00 – De-brief – Pack up and home time

What will you learn on the course: Level 3 Course Learning Outcomes

Additional Information

Minimum Participant Age:

• 18 yrs old

Included in the price:

• Hot water for making your own hot drinks
• NCFE Certification

* Please advise of any special dietary requirements at the time of booking, or state if you wish to cater for yourself.

Kit List:

• Warm Outdoor Clothes
• Footwear suitable for walking in woodland and on muddy woodland trails
• Sleeping Bag (Bivvy Bag Optional)
• Waterproof Clothing as weather dictates
• Water Bottle
• Notepad and Pen (Optional)
• Camera (Optional)
• An open mind and a willingness to learn and share

Not Included in the price:

• Tea’s, Coffee’s & personal snacks
• Main Meals throughout the weekend
• Site Access

7 reviews for The Survival School Level 3 Wilderness Skills Range Instructor – NCFE CQ Accredited – (Axe & Knife Throwing Instructor Custom Qualification)

  1. Richard Tarpy

    Great course, amazing instructor and a fantastic weekend! Thanks a lot Ray, looking forward to coming back and getting that practice in.

  2. Nathan Harris

    Just completed the level 3 Wilderness Skills Range Instructor Course designed completely by Ray himself, and as I’ve come to expect from him he has done yet another fantastic job.His teaching methods are second to none and this course covers everything you would need to know if you ever wished to run such an activity yourself. He covers the background knowledge regarding legalities and law aswell as addressing issues (primarily safety) when it comes to setting up a range an ultimately how to coach your customers into achieving a consistent technique to stick the target with whatever implement they are throwing from axes to knives. Excellent job as always and I look forward to the next one.

  3. Seth

    Brilliant experience. Ray was very knowledgable and made the experience fun and relaxing. I would definitely recommend this course. Not only did we gain the qualification Ray made sure we got a lot of time on the range to develop our own skills. Thank you Ray!

  4. Alex

    I did the survival school level 3 wilderness skills range instructor course with Ray just after lockdown. Ray is a great teacher and made it an enjoyable and informative weekend covering all the information whilst keeping it fun and relaxed. I Highly recommend him to anyone who wants to give knife and axe throwing a go.

  5. Outdoor Hire Centre Network – Gordon

    Ray has delivered several ‘Survival School Level 3 Wilderness Skills Range Instructor – NCFE CQ Accredited Courses’ for our team and does so in a highly professional and effective manner.

    Content is precise and substantive – delivery is impeccable. Safety and skills development lead whilst maintaining the fun and enjoyment that should go with such training. These courses are thorough and ‘must have’.

    Highly recommend and we will continue to book with Back To Wilderness for such training.

    Thanks Ray and Team

  6. Steve M

    I recently did a Survival School Level 3 Wilderness Skills Range Instructor – NCFE CQ Accredited Course with Ray and would recommend it for anyone wanting to get a safe and enjoyable training session. The 2 day axe throwing event was well thought out and clearly delivered. I found it more mentally tiring than I expected but Ray was alert to this and included plenty of breaks and time for reflection. Two days of axe throwing is also physically challenging for beginners so be prepared for some aching limbs!

  7. Emily Carr

    Last week several members of staff at our centre did the Survival School Level 3 Wilderness Skills Range Instructor course with Ray. We all really enjoyed it and feel much more confident about setting it up and running it as a activity. I approached Ray as it was something we wanted to introduce but weren’t sure how to go about it. He was really helpful explaining the set up procedure beforehand, the instruction was first class and he has continued to help us afterwards. I would defiantly recommend the course for anyone else looking to run axe throwing.

    Emily Carr

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