The free events take place in London this week ahead of the "mission launch" film in the capital, which marks the the beginning of a month-long season of secret movie screenings in secret locations.
The first 'physical conditioning' expedition takes place tomorrow night (May 24) and those ticketholders who do not attend will be sent an exercise schedule to complete.
Uys van Welevelt, senior vice president of publicity and media matters at Brave New Ventures, said: "BNV is the future. More than 15,000 recruits have joined our mission to date and we thank all for their generous investment.
"Training is mandatory in order to further our mission; your contributions will be rewarded."
The free events are as follows:
- May 24 - 7.30pm - Physical Conditioning
- May 25 - 7.30pm - Night-time Data Retrieval
- May 27 - 3pm - Psychological Training and Preparation
- May 28 - 7.30pm - Quarantine Briefing, Bio-hacking and Real World Biohazard Containment
Tickets for June's Secret Cinema screenings are available now and are priced at £35 each for standard tickets and £25 for concessions.
Earlier this month, Secret Cinema creators Future Cinema announced the first ever cinematic takeover of the Wilderness Festival, including the grand finale of its Bugsy Malone show and The Other Cinema's presentation of La Haine with a live score from Asian Dub Foundation
Secret Cinema was launched in 2007 and has curated several events featuring secret movies in secret locations, incorporating live music, theatre and food.
Films screened in the past have included If...., Ghostbusters, Alien and One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest.
In December, Secret Cinema hosted its first event outside the UK with a screening of The Third Man in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Watch a video from last January's screening of The Third Man below: