7:00pm Safety Brief
7:30pm Safe Cutting Techniques for knives, folding saws and bow saws. Make Camp.
8:00pm Make wooden pegs and put up tarp shelters.
8:30pm Game Preparation (pigeon or pheasant), cook evening meal and eat.
8:30am Cutting Techniques (making pot hangers, mallets and more advanced woodwork)
9:00am Shelter Building (the shelters you make in this session will be the shelters you'll sleep in on the Saturday night)
12:00pm Trout preparation - lunch
2:00pm Rabbit or Squirrel Preparation (this is your evening meal which will be simmering for a few hours to make it the most tender meat you'll taste. Delicious!)
3:00pm Fire Lighting. This session is a favourite and includes natural and manmade tinder, fire lays, fire lighting techniques and friction fire lighting.
5:00pm Traps and Snares. Covering legalities and different sorts of traps and snares.
6:00pm Water preparation. A very important topic if you're travelling and venturing out into out of the way places.
7:00pm Natural Cordage. Making string from plant fibres.
7:30pm Evening meal and a chance to chill out after a very busy day.
8:30am Pack kit and break camp
9:00am Knife Law and Knife Sharpening
10:00am Foraging. Learning to identify edible, medicinal and poisonous plants, tree ID and tree uses.
11:30am Natural Navigation. Learning to read the natural signs to find your way home.
12:00pm All good things must come to an end and the course departs.