Working with former elite soldiers you’ll experience and learn some of the basic skills required by this highly respected fighting force. You will learn how to overcome emotional fear and get to embrace what it would be like to be part of the world’s most secretive and exclusive organisations.

You will be trained in:

  • Weapon familiarisation, static
  • Surveillance, static
  • Hostage release
  • Bush craft and field skills
  • Navigation and compass skills
  • Tactical abseiling and fast rope insertion skills

Having mastered the basics you will take part in a live mission that will make sure you put into practice all you have learnt!

This event is suitable for all fitness levels but you should have a reasonable level of fitness and enjoy spending time outside.



  • One day event with an evening start to include an overnight phase
  • Friday 2nd July 2021 1900hrs – Saturday 3rd July 2021 1500hrs 
  • Saturday 3rd July 2021 1900hrs – Sunday 4th July 2021 1500hrs 
  • Friday 9th July 2021 1900hrs – Saturday 10th July 2021 1500hrs
  • Saturday 10th July 2021 1900hrs – Sunday 11th July 2021 1500hrs 
  • No prior experience required
  • Suitable for all fitness levels

Friday 2nd July 1900hrs – Saturday 3rd July 2021 1500hrs, Saturday 3rd July 1900hrs – Sunday 4th July 2021 1500hrs, Friday 9th July 1900hrs – Saturday 10th July 2021 1500hrs, Saturday 10th July 1900hrs – Sunday 11th July 2021 1500hrs

How fit do I need to be?
You do not need a high level of fitness to take part in Basecamp events. These are experience events where you will be able to try out new skills in a safe environment. However, you should be active and partake in basic physical exercise.
Is there an upper or lower age limit?
You have to be over 18 to attend BREAK-POINT events, due to insurance. At BREAK-POINT we believe that age is just a number. We’ve had attendees on Break-Point courses aged between 18 and 60+.
What do I bring?

The weather and temperature are unpredictable so please be prepared for all eventualities. 

Full details of what to bring will be sent out to you in a Candidate Brief but this is a standard course kit list for our weekend events:

  • Walking Boots with good ankle support
  • Dark Clothing (outdoor adventure kit)
    • Hiking Trousers
    • 2 Light Weight T-Shirts
    • Fleece
    • Waterproof Jacket
    • 2 Pairs of Socks
    • Warm Beanie Style Hat
    • Cap (for summer events)
  • Water Bottle 1L
  • Head Torch
  • Day Sack (Small Rucksack)
  • Sleeping Bag (Suitable for the time of year of the event)
  • Wash Kit (Very Basic)
  • Wet Wipes
  • Sun Screen & Inspect Repellent (weather dependent)
  • Anything else you deem as essential
  • Any Medication that you will need
How do I get to the venue?
The venue and travel instructions will be sent out to you in your Candidate Brief.
Do I need to bring a sleeping bag?
Yes, due to hygiene reasons please bring your own sleeping bag suitable for the time of year.
Do I need to bring food and drink?
BREAK-POINT will supply you with a 24 hour ration pack which will contain all your meals, refreshments and snacks for the event. Please bring any additional food/drink if you think you’ll need it.
What time does the event start/finish?
Timings are 1900hrs on Saturday until 1500hrs on Sunday but full instructions will be sent to you in a Candidate Brief.
Can I bring family and/or friends to watch?
Unfortunately not. We are unable to accept spectators.
Do you have medical facilities and/or a doctor on site?
We have qualified first responders on site at all times. Our protocols for putting on events includes detailed planning around emergency response and medical care.
I have medical conditions - can I still do the course safely?
We suggest you seek medical advice prior to joining BREAK-POINT courses in terms of any medical condition that should be declared on your medical declaration form.
Do you cater for special dietary requirements, like veganism or allergies?
Yes – allergies and special dietary requirements can be accommodated and should be stated on your medical declaration form.
Am I allowed to film the experience/upload footage to the internet (eg Facebook/YouTube)?
No filming or photography is allowed during BREAK-POINT events. We cannot accept responsibility for lost or broken electronic equipment. However we take photos and video footage for our own marketing purposes and can supply you with pictures from the event. We actively encourage participants to share their experiences on social media afterwards.

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