Whether a business or an individual come join us on our exciting journey to connect with our past and discover our true potential.
If you are interested in the past, where we have come from & how this can help us develop our futures we have developed a series of two day courses for small groups or individuals.
From 2013 we intend to change our courses slightly. Shortly we hope to start building an Iron Age Farm at our North Wales base. So some of our the courses will involve the building of the Iron Age roundhouses and farm buildings. We will bring you more on this exciting project and the courses when the time table is clearer.
Our training covers many skills and technologies from Prehistory from making natural types of cordage through to bronze casting and spear throwing! They all include:
Straightening a dart!
making and decorating pottery
cooking in leather bags
making bark containers
and gathering natural foods.
As with our public courses our ethos is on presenting the fascinating skills and technologies of the past in a fun and interesting way, with the emphasis on engaging people in a tangible way using ‘hands on’ experiences. We want people to be able to use all their senses in exploring the past.
Making and using a Prehistoric lamp.
Teaching wattle and daubing.
We always try to be flexible in our training so that we can tailor the activities, technologies and periods covered to the particular group. So if you were interested in say Prehistoric Food we would put together a number of activities that would reflect these such as:
Making flint knives.
If you are interested in our Staff Training or would like to chat about potential options please contact David or Sue on 01492 650612 or email us