Delta survival school offers you survival courses and expeditions in wild environment, to learn and practice survival skills and bushcraft. Feel, understand and to connect with nature.

 

Survival skills are techniques that a person may use to sustain life in any natural

environment. These techniques are meant to provide necessities for human life,

which include water, food, and shelter. The skills also support proper knowledge

and interactions with animals and plants.

These basic ideas and abilities that ancient humans invented and used themselves

for thousands of years

This course is intended to teach skills for rough times, but the knowledge can also

be used to have fun outdoors and to learn skills that are useful even outside a

survival situation. The enjoyable parts also come in use when learning essential

skills for potential survival situations. However, practice and understanding are also

needed to increase your chances of survival.

 

Survival course has three levels - Beginner, intermediate and Advanced which differ in the program, the course duration and practice.

Beginner Course

The beginner course duration is two days and one night, starting from day one morning, ending on day two afternoon. During the course students will meet the following subjects:

•    Psychology of survival

•    Wilderness & Survival skills (Survival kit, Knife skills, Shelter, Fire, Water)

 

 

Intermediate Course

The intermediate course duration is three days and two night, starting from day one morning, ending at day three afternoon. This course is ideal for families and company seminars, recreation and teamwork.

While taking the course students will meet the following subjects:

•    Psychology of survival

•    Wilderness & Survival skills (Survival kit, Knots & knife skills, Shelter, Fire, Water)

•    Self-Rescue techniques (navigation, pacing, finding cardinal points, map, and compass)

•    Environmental Awareness

 

Advanced Course

The advanced Commando course duration is four days and three night, starting at day one morning, ending on day four afternoon.

During this course students will meet the following subjects:

•    Psychology of survival

•    Wilderness & Survival skills (Survival kit, Knife skills, Shelter, Fire, Water)

•    Dynamic adventurous activity training (abseil/rope climb)

•    Self-Rescue techniques (navigation, pacing, finding cardinal points, map, and compass)

•    Environmental Awareness

•    Life-saving First Aid skills

 

•    Water Rescue techniques

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