"STUDY NATURE, LOVE NATURE,
STAY CLOSE TO NATURE AND IT WILL NEVER FAIL YOU" FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT
WILDEYE TEAM BUILDING
SURVIVAL SKILLS | CORPORATE | TEAM WORK
These courses are designed with "team building" in mind for companies or organisations . To assist in developing and bringing a team closer together using outdoor skills, as a tool, within a woodland environment.
Teams will be trained in bushcraft & survival skills and will put them into practice either working as a team or independently. Participants will create shelter (either natural shelters or using tarps) be trained on different fire making skills using natural materials, search and rescue and signalling with fire. We incorporate a competitive element if required for separate activities.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
For companies or organisations who wish to challenge a team | group and bring something unique to the table. To get people out of the office and immersed in a natural environment.
Survival is about mental strength, engaging with your environment and learning to use what nature provides.
A day in the woods learning survival skills will definitely bring any team closer together.
WHAT YOU MAY EXPECT ON AN OVERNIGHT CAMP:
SIGNALLING FOR HELP
CAMP SET UP
BASHAS & HAMMOCKS
FIRE LIGHTING SKILLS
CAMP COOKING (Overnights)
USEFUL BUSHCRAFT TOOLS & KIT
TREE & PLANT KNOWLEDGE
ARROW HEAD MAKING
MAKING NATURAL FIRE TORCHES
HALF DAY IN THE WOODS
A half day (4 hours) in the woods allows a group or team take part in survival activities in the woods.
Practising outdoor skills individually and together in groups.
With an added element of competition using various outdoor skills.
FULL DAY IN THE WOODS
A full day in the woods allows a group or team to build relationships in nature. To problem solve, boosts communication in the team and to test leaderships & intuitive skills.
Allowing a group to get away from the stresses of an urban environment and tune into a woodland environment.
To learn to let go of the everyday gadgets we survive with in the city and to learn more about how to survive in nature, using limited resources.
Practising survival skills throughout the day allows more time to work together creating a camp living space and practise taught skills. Working individually and together in groups, with an added element of competition using various outdoor skills.
Arrive on camp for 10am. You will spend most of the day gaining bushcraft & survival knowledge on living in the wild and be taught the essential bushcraft skills required to set you up for a night in the woods.
You will build your own shelter and will put it to the test overnight.
Be prepared to cook your own food over a fire with no lighters. You will be given fire strikers and will use natural materials to get your fires lit.
You will collect your own wood, prepare & cook your own food and get yourself comfortable for a night in the woods sleeping in your shelter.
In other words, after a long day of bushcraft & survival training and guidance from our instructors. You will be prepared with the required education, enough to be responsible for you own personal well being. Life is what you make it and this becomes even more a reality in the woods.
Wildeye Adventures is not a bubble wrapped experience. When the sun begins to set our instructors will be on site, but possibly out of site. Your health and safety is in your own hands for a night of independently sleeping out in the woods. The more creative effort you put into the survival techniques and practices, the better outcome and experience you will have.
The next morning when you wake to the sound of the singing birds and sunlight bursting through the trees (hopefully!) you will re-light your fire, make your own breakfast, begin dismantling your shelters, clean up camp and put out all fires in the correct manner.
We always apply 'Leave No Trace' to our camps and leave the woods how we found them.
It's time to go wild, let nature provide and put physical and mental strengths to the test.
If you have a particular outdoor/woodland space in which we can travel to, we are happy to visit different locations in and around the surrounding Greater London area. Or you can come and visit us in one of the two woodland sites we operate in. In either High Brooms or in Brasted Chart, near Sevenoaks in Kent. Please contact us with your requirements and possible dates you wish to organise your woodland team building day.
FOOD & WATER
Wildeye Team Building days & overnights are all self-catered. You are required to supply your own packed lunches or food for the duration of your stay. On overnight camps you can do over the fire cooking, however, on day caps we stick to personal supplied packed lunches. If you wish to take part in camp cooking during the daytime (no overnight) please enquire to tailor your own camp.
There is drinking water on both our woodland sites. however, you are required to bring a filled re-useable bottle of water.
Do bring enough food or drink for the duration of your stay.
ROLL MAT | FOAM MAT (KEEP YOU OFF THE FLOOR)
HIKING BOOTS OR TRAINERS
FIRST AID KIT (OVERNIGHT)
SUN SCREEN (HOT WEATHER)
HAT (HOT WEATHER)
TENT (OPTIONAL FOR OVERNIGHTS)
CAMP FOOD | PACKED LUNCH
COOKING POT | MESS TIN (CAMP COOKING)
WOODEN SPOONS (CAMP COOKING)
SMALL DAY BAG
WATER CARRIER (OVERNIGHTS)
What shall we wear?
Please come dressed and prepared for a day in the woods. Wear appropriate outdoor clothing and footwear. Wear outdoor boots or trainers and bring waterproof clothing for wet weather. British weather can be unpredictable.
Are there any toilets?
There are no toilets in the woods so please be prepared in going back to the basics.
Bring toilet tissue and hand sanitiser.
What shall I bring?
You will be sent a kit list via email and be advised on what to bring before arriving on camp. Please bring a small first aid kit for overnight camps and any personal medications. Wildeye Adventures is not responsible for looking after any medications.
How much time can we spend in the woods?
This depends on you. There is the option of half day (4 hours) full day (6 to 8 hours) or overnight camps (24 hours) The level of difficult can be adapted to suit the requirements of each individual group or team.
Can we tailor our own camp?
Tailored camps can be created according to the requirements of each individual group. For example, if you wish to focus more on camp cooking, or you would like the team to learn fish ponassing (supply your own) or whether you would like to focus more on wood carving skills. Or maybe you would like to focus more on primitive fire skills, or learn how to build an underground oven? Or whether you wish to take a more educational and mindful approach with your time in the woods. Learning more about nature science and the power of trees by spend time tuning into the forest environment.
We can have the team hugging trees by the end of the day!
Please enquire with your added preferences and let us see how we can create the woodland experience you are seeking.
Is there any parking?
There is parking available on both woodland sites for cars.
However, if arriving in wet weather do not drive on to any field or open grass and stick to the concrete paths.
You will see either signs or staff advising you on where to park on arrival.
Unfortunately due to the narrow country roads and small gates. Coaches cannot pass through or drive onto both woodland sites.
Wildeye Adventures shares outdoor education in the aims to promote a connection to the natural world and self-sufficiency. Please be aware that you are responsible for your own health and safety whilst on camp.
Please ensure that you bring any required medications needed with you and take personal responsibility for them. We cannot carry or look after any medications on your behalf.
Please be aware that we encourage having a strong sense of awareness towards the environment whilst on camp, bring rubbish bags to take away any rubbish you may have off camp. Do not leave any litter in the woods. Please do not burn plastic on camp fires as this can create toxic chemicals which may be harmful to health and the environment. Please do not burn any cans or glass bottles on fires. If not burned out properly they can leave behind sharp objects which may harm wildlife.
Wildeye Adventures is not responsible for any food you bring on camp and all food is your own responsibility. There are no shops in the woods so do organise yourself or your group before arrival on camp and come prepared for an overnight experience in the woods.
Wildeye Adventures does not supply any food for evening meals.
There are no kitchen facilities on camp, after bushcraft training your camp is your own creation and you will be cooking food over an open fire.
Please bring a small first aid kit with you, self-treat & self-care if and when needed. Woodlands are a wild and natural environment. Be aware that there may be trip hazards from tree roots or uneven ground, observation skills are needed. Look out for poisonous or stinging plants such as Foxglove, Nettles or Bramble.
Wildeye Adventures instructors are not responsible for any injuries or illnesses that may occur whilst on camp. We will happily share our first aid advice and offer friendly support but your personal health is in your own hands please.
Thank you for your understanding. Stay wild.