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Scott Heffield

Scott Heffield

Scott has been involved in teaching, training and guiding now for over 27 years in a variety of subjects ranging from self-defence training to mountaineering. His skill base formed its foundations when he served as a Commando in the Royal Marines seeing active service around the globe.

He finished his service as a Physical Training Instructor, responsible for training Royal Marine Commando recruits, trained Commando’s and members of the Special Forces in skills ranging from specialist amphibious operations and specialist Commando skills such as unarmed combat to fitness training, fitness testing, climbing, abseiling and adventurous training.

After leaving the Royal Marines he joined the Police Service and after a period as an operational Police Officer, became a Police recruit tutor, Self-Defense Instructor, a PSU instructor (Riot Control), qualified as a Taser Instructor and worked as part of numerous Specialist Police Support teams. During this period, Scott continued to climb and was involved in the planning, organization and the leading of adventurous expeditions all over the world. Scott’s experience as a leader and motivator is well proven following operational active service, training and operating in extreme environments such as the Jungle, Desert, Arctic and Antarctic. Four full winters spent mountain training in Norway, sixteen seasons in the European Alps skiing and climbing, expeditions and working in the Himalaya, USA, China, and Russia and almost a year living and working in Antarctica speak for themselves.

Over the last 12 years he has been working on British TV depicted as a motivational expert for channels such as BBC1, BBC2 and ITV. Behind the camera, Scott puts his experience to work as a member of Bears Safety Team working as a high ropes technician, crew safety supervisor, survival expert, adventurous activity coordinator and specialist logistics coordinator on shows such as Born Survivor/Man V Wild, Wild Weekend, Running Wild, Get Out Alive and Britain’s Biggest Adventures. More recently Scott has featured alongside Bear on ITV’s Mission Survive and the Bear Grylls Survival School series on CITV.

Scott is now an integral part of the team for the Bear Grylls Survival Academy with his focus as Project Development Manager and Director of Training. He is busy these days either filming in extreme environments with Bear, developing new projects worldwide, travelling around the globe scouting and recceing new locations for TV or, guiding and training clients in locations such as the Nevada Desert, the mountains of Beijing or on the white-water rapids of Victoria Falls to name but a few.

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  • Price Range:

    £2,000 - £4,000

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Adventure, Inspiration, Motivation

  • Topics:

    Extreme Conditions, Goal Setting, High Performing Teams, Personal Development, Psychology and Mindset, Teamwork, Television

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