Exercise Deep Heat is a military-styled exercise that gives civilian participants a day of leadership and team-building challenges.
Designed for those wanting to develop their leadership and management skills, Ex Deep Heat gives participants insight into and training in military leadership practises.
Taking place over the course of a day, participants will be put through their paces by a selection of excellent military instructors.
As well as a presentation on the theory of military leadership, participants will be given a selection of tasks. All the tasks aim to help both the individual, and the team, to think more strategically, ethically, and confidently.
Participants can expect to finish Ex Deep Heat with a deeper understanding of what it means to lead successfully, in both a personal and professional capacity. Teams will enjoy the opportunity to bond and grow, gaining a better understanding of the group members and dynamic.
Who can enter Ex Deep Heat?
You can register for Ex Deep Heat as either an individual or a team. The Exercise is recommended for those wishing to develop their leadership skills, and makes for a great day of team bonding. Those wishing to register for Ex Deep Heat might come from:
- Public sector organisations
- Apprenticeship programmes
- Further Education
The exercise provides an excellent opportunity for a business or organisation to send a whole team to take part in Ex Deep Heat. Individual participants are equally welcome and will be assigned to a team, providing a unique networking opportunity.
What is the registration process? (2023 REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED)
The first step is to register your interest using our Ex Deep Heat form. Once you have registered, you/your team’s interest will be passed on to the military organisers who will be back in touch to confirm if you have secured a space(s). Spaces are limited so we would recommend registering your interest as soon as you can.
The registration of interest form will require the following information:
- Sending organisation/employer
- Medical issues that event organisers should be made aware of
- Dietary Requirements
Frequently Asked Questions
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