Advanced Tracking & Survival Assessement and Accreditation £750
We are holding a series of Advanced courses starting on 14th Sept 2015 for those who have completed the Basic Tracking and Awareness Course.
Please make contact if you are interested in reserving a place on this course by email or phone
This is the big one, candidates take part in a week long assessment and numerous exercises during which they experience the whole range of tracking and outdoor survival skills (Mantracking, Crime Scene/Urban Tracking, Search & Rescue, Counter Tracking, Fugitive Tracking). Perry will teach you what it takes to be an advanced tracker and learn some of the deeper mysteries of the skills. This course comes highly recommended by all those who have taken part and can only be undertaken after the 3 day Basic Tracking Awareness Course has been undertaken. The actual topics and location remain secret to only those few who dare to undertake this challenging course.
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It is testament to the quality of the day that by its end the team successfully followed a trail that was nine hours old and had been subjected to heavy rain.
Steven Hockin - UK POLICE Superintendent
Although I wasn't available to attend the training, I was obviously able to see the impact from the live search and have to say I would thoroughly encourage all my Team members to study tracking techniques to enhance their own searcher skills.
Mr Paul Keen - Chairman - STAFFORDSHIRE SEARCH AND RESCUE TEAM (SSART)
The course was superb!! I really couldn’t foresee how much knowledge you & your team could pass over in just one weekend! - Paul - Military Mart
The tracking awareness weekend December 2014 was one of the most valuable courses I have ever been on, no time wasted, no flannel and no instructor fads. I took my two children with me and they thought it was "Amazing" Kes, Tabby and Jem
CALLING ALL YOUTH LEADERS
Get involved in a tracking weekend....
Are you a Cub, Brownie, Guide, Scout or youth leader, or a charity group worker, and are you interested in learning tracking skills and basic bushcraft? If so, why not join us in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales for an enjoyable tracking and bushcraft course specifically designed for leaders like you? You will learn first hand from one of the best in the business, Perry McGee, and enjoy a fun weekend learning and developing basic tracking and survival skills to pass on to your group. The two day course will include a variety of exercises and games exclusively designed by Perry to enable you to hone your skills and knowledge, whilst having fun with other colleagues.
Arrive individually, or as a group, along with your camping or bushcraft kit and join in the sessions that will be personally delivered by Perry.
Our special price is for youth leaders like you and is only £45.00 per person per day. Places are on a first come first served basis and are restricted to a minimum of four and a maximum of 12 per group per day. The price includes personal tuition from Perry, all activities and exercises and camping site. To reserve a place or make enquires please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org - there's a free copy of Perry's Basic Tracking Handbook for the first 5 bookings. All course participants are entitled to 50% off the Basic Tracking Handbook.
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The original No Need To Die written and illustrated by Eddie McGee was first published in 1977 and is for many still one of those iconic survival books. As the survival movement really picked up momentum in the eighties the book sat alongside many other great books including the SAS Survival Handbook (1986) by Lofty Wiseman.
The late Eddie McGee a former paratrooper and army survival guru was one of the first leading exponents of bushcraft and survival, his legendary skills were adapted through remote expeditions around the world.
Along with training the military, Eddie regularly appeared on television with his own survival series and was the founder of the first National Survival and Tracking School where students from all walks of life ranging from air hostesses to celebrities would learn and enjoy the skills of bushcraft and survival training.
Perry McGee, son of the late Eddie McGee and no stranger to the wilds himself, has literally followed in his father’s footsteps and with over forty years experience in survival, tracking, training and leadership, now provides us with a unique chance to learn from their joint experiences.
Perry loves teaching his skills and willingly assists others where possible, especially the young. A talented specialist tracker he is the founder of the National Tracking School and author of a number of books including The Tracking Handbook.
I served as a SNCO in The Royal Air Force Police for some 22 years. Within the RAF Police I served in a number of Specialized Search Teams in Northern Ireland & other Operational Areas. I have recently completed a 3 Day Course with Perry. During this course; Perry not only enhanced my existing skills, but introduced me to new Tracking Techniques and Drills. During this course it became apparent that not only is Perry a Master of his Craft but he is an Instructor of the highest quality. I was particularly impressed with the way the course was constructed and the topics built together as the course progressed. Perry also took great care to ensure that there were a number of different terrains used in his scenarios, again building on the effectiveness of the overall course. Grassington and the surrounding area is a particularly beautiful part of the world and this enhanced my experience and enjoyment of the course. I feel that I got to know Perry during this course and enjoyed his company at every juncture. It is obvious that Perry has “way” with people and enjoys passing on his wealth of skills. I would recommend Perry and his National Tracking School to anybody with an interest in the outdoors, tracking or survival. My greatest recommendation is that I can’t wait to get on my advanced course.
The URBAN TRACKING CHALLENGE MAN HUNT - two challengers from the Daily Telegraph and Men's Fitness magazine took part in a manhunt, across the city of London. NTS tracking units tracked the challengers across the city to five locations. Without compromising their positions they used surveillance and tracking techniques to obtain evidence of their positions, in an urban tracking scenerio. The challenge was organised to promote Discovery Channel's new series Manhunt, which follows Navy SEAL through treacherous terrain with nothing but a basic survival kit and canteen of water as he attempts to evade capture in 48-hours or less, pitting Joel Lambert against the world's most elite military and law enforcement tracking teams. Two challengers, Jake Wallis Simons (Daily Telegraph) and Max Anderton (Mens Fitness), took part in this escape and evasion taster event with the National Tracking School.
Much like the show the challengers had limited resources and had to use tactics in an effort to evade the National Tracking School Operatives. The challenge is part of our Urban Tracking course which teaches escape and evasion, survival and advanced tracking techniques on a 1 day, 3 day or 5 day challenge. The course is open to individuals, organisations, groups and professionals. Try evading a tracking team using anti-tracking, escape and evasion, survival techniques and much more. If you have the skills and seek an ultimate adventure, click here to learn more.
The National Tracking School, founded by Perry McGee, offers a diverse range of professional tracking and survival services, courses, products and professional consultancy. With over 40 years experience in tracking and the survival industry, Perry, a former police detective for 30 years, literally follows in the footsteps of his legendary father, Eddie McGee, and now offers everyone a chance to learn the skills and techniques of this fascinating subject. Perry’s expertise is in demand worldwide and he can call upon a close team of tracking advisors, all trained by him. The National Tracking School has connections with a wide network of law enforcement and other agencies, including the military.
Further publications on the subject of Survival and Tracking including the Advanced Tracking Handbook by Perry McGee and Jamie McGregor. Perry has spent the last 5 years updating, enhancing and researching additions to one of his father’s famous survival books, No Need To Die. Perry has drawn on his knowledge and experience from 30 years in the police force, including many years involved in surveillance. He frequently put his tracking skills to use in police work with great success and he has been able to add a unique perspective to his books. His new publications feature additional content covering current survival and tracking methods. The books have been designed as a ready reference to save lives and are a must for anyone with an interest in the outdoors, from the occasional camper to the serious survivor/tracker.
The National Tracking School recognises younger trackers, and watch out on this website for a NEW and EXCLUSIVE section featuring games with Eddie and Perry’s cartoon character Survival Sam. With Survival Sam's Monthly Adventure Comic, ‘junior trackers’ will receive plenty of helpful tips & advice. Also included will be competitions, family games, tips and tricks, sound tracking and much more.
Also coming soon is the Competitions Page, where you can interact in a survival and tracking scenario and have chance to win a FREE PLACE on either a one day –one to one with Perry or a 3 day Basic Tracking Awareness Course.Are you good enough to take the challenge?
New Gallery section with photos from National Tracking School training courses and events.
Media - Perry has already worked with the BBC and Sky News in connection with high profile cases. His skills and advice are available to TV production companies. Please contact us for more information.