We are confident you understand that a large part of this type of training is in ‘dealing with the unexpected’. In line with this we will not issue an overly detailed course itinerary. It should be noted a large part of the focus of the course will be on psychology and adaptability. We will say however that the itinerary will run along the following lines:
– Students to deliver verbal brief on THREE Bug Out Route/Methods options they have selected (3minutes allowed).
Students will then go into a more detailed brief on their PREFERED route (Students should explain what problems during bugging out are their biggest concern and what are their plans to solve it. 6 minutes allowed – Total 9mins per student total). Further details in Appendix 2.
– Students to layout and talk through Equipment / Clothing they will carry and use during the course.
– ‘Equipment Carry’ Instructional Period
– ‘Field Discipline’ Instructional Period
– ‘Methods of Movement’ Instructional Period
– ‘Quiet Communication’ Instructional Period
– ‘Hazard recognition / Obstacle crossing (Walking)’ Instructional period
– Students to be assessed on night time routines in the field
– Navigational Exercise
– Obstacle Crossing (Practical)
– ‘Hot De-Brief’, equipment administration period
– ‘Personal Security’ Instructional period
– ‘Route Setting/Actions on Lost’ Instructional period
– Resource Identification /Acquisition Exercise
– ‘Close Target Reconnaissance (CTR)’ Instructional period
– CTR Practical
– Fireside Chat – Open ‘Question and Answer’ session
– Field Hygiene and Personal Administration
– ‘Austere Medicine’ Instructional Period
– ‘Avoiding Being Seen’ Instructional Period
– Student Route Selection Assessment
– Additional Information to Scenario Brief – Linked to ‘Intelligence Preparation of the Environment’ (IPE) Instructor Lead but Group Discussion
– Clothing Considerations
– Blending In/Grey Man Exercise
– Bug Out Exercise Begins
– Bug Out Exercise Ends
– Exercise Debrief
– Any Appropriate Instructional Periods / Re-runs to be delivered (Debrief Dependent)
– Final Question and Answer Session
– End of Course
Your Course Pack
At the end of your course, you will be presented with a SHTF School ‘Successful Completion’ Course certificate.
As well as an experience of a lifetime you will receive:
A Special Survival Related Gift
A Professionally Printed Survival Certificate
A Personal Post Course 1:1 Debriefwith your Instructors.
Places are STRICTLY limited so early booking is advised. This course is completely unique and unrivalled in the current preparedness marketplace.
The course offers outstanding value, costing only 210euros for 4 full days of training!
Places are strictly limited, so reserve your spot early to avoid disappointment!
PLEASE NOTE: This course is field based and constantly moving, so expect long days and a degree of physicality during the course…
How to get to Robertsfors
If you are flying to Sweden you will need to first fly into Stockholm airport (Arlanda is highly recommended for ease of connection)
From Stockholm Arlanda there are numerous daily flight connections to Umeå airport by a variety of carriers, mostly SAS and Norwegian Airlines. Alternatively, trains run from Stockholm city to Umeå. Train details can be found here.
From Umeå, regular buses run North to Robertsfors. The journey takes just approximately one hour. Bus details can be found here.
Depending on your arrival time, there maybe a possibility to organize airport transfers (From Umeå). Email us for more details, if this service is of interest.
Please note, Northern Sweden is a beautiful, well appointed and tourist friendly area. You may want to arrive early or stay on for a few days after the course to enjoy some of the delights this region has to offer.