LEVEL TWO - TEACHING BUSHCRAFT

​Teaching, Coaching and Improving. The Bushcraft Leader can explain practical methods in detail and teach skills and techniques to individuals and groups allowing them to increase their knowledge, learn new skills and improve. ​

Teaching fire starting
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LEVEL ONE AWARD

Assessors

ASSESSORS

Bushcraft group

TRAINING PROVIDERS

Sucess with fire starting

Fire

  • Can explain and demonstrate the principals of fire by friction.
  • Can teach a variety of methods to prepare and build a fire.
  • Can teach a group a variety of ways to create an ember or flame.
  • Can improve participant technique and rate of success within a short session.
Woodland tools

Tools

  • Can teach safe and effective ways to use a knife, axe and saw.
  • Can teach the use of a knife, axe and saw for specific tasks and explain why each tool is most suitable for the task.
  • Can teach safe and effective maintenance of knives, axes and saws.
Couple in woodland shelter

Shelter Building

  • Can teach a variety of safe and effective ways to construct shelters from man made materials, can explain why specific materials are used.
  • Can teach a variety of safe and effective ways to construct shelters from natural materials, can explain why specific materials are used.
  • Can teach participants to construct safe and effective shelter suitable for an overnight stay in wet, mild conditions.
Venison preparation

Feather, ​F​ur and ​F​in

  • Can teach a variety of safe and effective ways to prepare a range of fish and small game.
  • Can teach a variety of safe and effective ways to cook a range of fish and small game, explaining why the technique is suitable for each animal.
  • Can teach participants about game species with specific knowledge or habitat, history, providence and welfare.
Woodland materials

Site Management

  • Can teach participants to effectively maintain a site and explain why they should do so.
  • Can teach the principals of leave no trace and explain it's importance.
  • Can teach participants why they should use a site sympathetically and leave no trace.
Bushcraft group talk

Group Management

  • Can teach participants how to keep themselves safe and comfortable in a bushcraft environment.
  • Has been observed improving a participants technique, developing new skills and imparting new knowledge.
  • Can inspire participants to explore the great outdoors and learn more about bushcraft.