You will usually be in a group of no more than six with one instructor. Meeting your instructor on the first morning provides an opportunity to discuss and to identify the particular areas that people wish to cover. Most commonly, these are security on steep ground, navigation, and snow and avalanche awareness. However it is up to you and your colleagues on the course to decide the programme for the two days.
You do not need to bring your log book or any ML paperwork with you unless you have a specific question about it. The guidance notes for trainers, assessors and candidates contained in the Winter Mountain Leader Award Handbook you received when you first registered with the scheme might be useful however.
You will not be spending a night out and there is no late evening session on the Saturday evening.