Youth to get training at survival camps from Dec 1-12
The Sports, Tourism, Culture, Archaeology, Museums and Youth Affairs Department is collaborating with Pakistan Primitive Survival Workshop for a 12-day training camp for the youth to learn skills as to how to survive in harsh and difficult situations being taught by instructors of National Geographic and Discovery Channel.
Keeping in view the aspiration and spirit of the youth for the thrilling activities, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Culture and Tourism Authority (KP-CTA), an entity of the Sports, Tourism, Culture, Archaeology, Museums and Youth Affairs Department, is taking the initiative with an aim to promote adventure tourism and attract the youth towards healthy activities in the province.
According to the program, the survival camps would be organized at different scenic resorts in Swat Valley from December 1-5, where the expert trainers would impart training and skills to the youth as to how to survive during adventure tourism activities.
Noted experts. Including Chad Keel of the Discovery Channel, Reza Eric Allah Bakhshi of the National Geographic Channel, Kody Sherwood of the Oxygen Channel, and national athlete Samar Khan, who would impart training to the youth.
In the first phase, fresh youth would be imparted training while the already trained youth would undergo a refresher course in the second phase starting from December 6-12.
The youth would be imparted training and skills about the use of essential items and making a fire in a difficult and tough situation, water filtration, establishing a shelter, getting out of challenging conditions, and others at the survival camps.