Are you prepared for nuclear missiles, new weather patterns, a breakdown in government, and the unknown? What will you do if the lights never come back on? What if there is no help coming. . . ever? Are you concerned about how you would keep your family alive and safe after society has collapsed? Our Basic Survival Skills course will give ideas and share secrets to surviving weeks, months, and even years after a disaster.
* You have 4 weeks to complete this course from date of your enrollment.
Basic Survival Skills training course content
The Basic Survival Skills training course consists of 4 modules:
Basic Survival Skills Module 1 Learning From History, Using Water and the World Around Us for Nutrition
Thankfully, catastrophic events that bring about societal collapse rarely happen, but will you be prepared if it does? Module one examines historical examples that took a long time for some semblance of normalcy to return. Module one also looks at sources of water and water storage and disinfection and how to address each, in case of a disaster. Finally, module one discusses food storage, gathering and hunting, food preservation, and cooking methods to use when surviving in the event of a disaster.
- Long-Term Events: Learning From History to Prevent Future Déjà vu
- Water: Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink
- Food: How to Avoid a Starvation Diet
Basic Survival Skills Module 2 Keeping Our Bodies Safe
All the medical equipment on the planet will not do much good if you don't know how to use them properly. Module two examines the type of medical training and supplies you should become familiar with, for basic first aid for survival. Also included in module two is basic ideas on how to keep your hygiene under control when you have limited water and cleaning supplies. Finally, module two discusses how to keep appropriate shelter and clothing when off the grid.
- Medicine: There’s a Doctor in All of Us
- Hygiene: Staying Clean in a Dirty World
- Staying Warm and Keeping Cool: Gimme Shelter
Basic Survival Skills Module 3 Basic Security and Survival
Security planning should involve defensive weapons, structure hardening, alarm devices and situational awareness. Module three examines each of these in order to prepare you for keeping your family safe during a crisis. Also included in module three is a careful look at the types of tools one needs to complete general home repairs as well as building in the wilderness. Often overlooked is entertainment. Entertainment is necessary for mental survival. Module three shares ideas of how to overcome boredom and find enjoyment in a variety of things.
- Security: You Can Never Have Enough Defense
- Tools: He Who Survives with the Most Toys Wins
- Surviving Boredom: Adding Entertainment to Survival
Basic Survival Skills Module 4 Working With Others for Ultimate Survival
Barter and trade work on a similar principle. In module four, both are discussed and highly encouraged to be considered so that you are prepared for a disaster. The basic rules of bartering are also discussed in module four. A group of people will stand a much better chance at long-term survival than the lone individual and module four delves into how to work together as a community in order to survive by sharing skillsets. Although no-one wants a disaster to take place, it is important to consider the final tips included in module four, so that you are prepared for the worst.
- Barter and Trade: Not Just for Baseball Cards
- Community Survival Planning: It Takes a Village
- Final Thoughts: Thus Endeth the Sermon
After completing the Basic Survival Skills training course
After completing the Basic Survival Skills training course, you should be able to:
- Explore historical catastrophic events to help prepare for possible future events
- Gain an understanding of how to be safe in an unknown environment
- Explore basic security and survival measures
- Study how to work with others for ultimate survival
The Basic Survival Skills training course is 24 weeks long, taught over 4 weeks.