Bushcraft Survival Training
Intermediate Survival Course (1-Day Course)
This 1-day Intermediate Survival Course carries on from the Essential Basic Survival Course and our other basic bushcraft survival training course, Survival & Emergency Preparedness Course.
Expanding on the foundationary bushcraft survival training skills, you will further those skill sets you’ve already gained, as we develop more of an in-depth knowledge and practical application of your wilderness survival skills.
We utilise a mix of natural resources and modern equipment to deliver a blend of modern survival techniques and some more traditional bushcraft methods.
This one day course is equally relevant to students of any age, as well as seasoned outdoor enthusiasts. It’s open to anybody who has already completed either the Essential Basic Survival Course or the Survival & Emergency Preparedness Course.
As with our two basic courses above, you will be taught using a combination of tried-and-tested knowledge and real-world practical survival skills, with a mix of indoor and outdoor instruction so you learn using the best methods.
Just like with all of the Australian survival schools you have to travel to get to one, so when you’re looking for a survival course near you – we’re closer than you think.
This intermediate course will help you to become more self-reliant and confident in your ability to work with nature and not against it. We will use a mix of modern equipment and natural resources you’d find in the Australian bush.
You will start off by revising a few of the foundationary skills taught in either of our two basic courses…then we will progress further and introduce you to a broader range of topics and modern survival techniques using realistic resources.
THE LIFE SKILLS YOU WILL GET FROM A COURSE THROUGH SURVIVAL COURSES TASMANIA WILL HELP TO INSTIL SELF-CONFIDENCE AND HELP YOU TO BECOME MORE SELF-RELIANT
“It was a great day…we had fun on the course and learnt loads! Can’t wait to practise some of the skills we learnt when we’re out fishing. Some of the places we go are pretty hard to get to.”
– Anson Magnus, Photographer (NSW)