Survival Encyclopedia presents its Junior Survival Course
Our junior survival course is one of the most popular and exciting adventures kids can experience. Not only does it teach kids practical survival skills in a safe and supervised environment, it also teaches kids how to problem solve, be resourceful, be patient, respect and understand nature.
This one day course is designed for children aged 12 to 17. It teaches kids how to prepare for their next outdoor adventure and the fundamentals of survival in case something goes wrong while they are out and about. It will be an educational and rewarding experience that both inspires and encourages kids to spend more time in the wilderness, and gives them the confidence they need to do it safely.
It is conducted entirely outdoors in all weather conditions. The class size is limited to groups of 8.
Training modules include: psychology of survival; using a knife for survival purposes; making knots; building bush shelters; lighting fires; getting help for rescue; finding water; and navigation essentials.
Your instructor Cyril Delafosse-Guiramand, is a seasoned adventurer that learnt these skills in the most remote and rugged environments with local tribesmen. He has trekked, sailed and driven in many expeditions around the world including walking 11,000km from Siberia to Laos and has been a survival adviser during the production of Hollywood film.
Dates for 2022 and 2023
Booking & Availabilities :
email us at ' cyrildg (at) survival-encyclopedia.com '