This training sets the scene for attending to a casualty in the wilderness in any sort of circumstance. At night time, in the rain, in the cold, whatever arises.
We'll hold it and then one, two, three, down. Okay just to make sure that everything's okay. Right so one, two, three, up.
You're far away from, from help and you really have to be self-sufficient, but more than that you actually rely on your team surprisingly how much you depend on the others with you.
Sally, some, how's about we leave you some pain relief and a radio. I'll kill the radio as well.
It was wonderful. Yes so it was great we were a small group and I think we all got to know each other pretty well over the eight days and it was challenging.
Would you be able to (indistinguishable) We've got some people listening out to see if you're nearby.
One of the aspects on the course was to kind of try and get yourself acclimatised by having cold showers in the morning, so that's going pretty well at the minute, so.
I like the concept of being a little bit outside of your comfort zone but being able to kind of utilise what's around you with your everyday kind of experience, and yeah maybe experience all the outdoors as well, and being able to thrive in that environment is quite appealing.