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Course Descriptions

Be Prepared, Not Afraid

Course 1 – Attaining a Prepper Mindset. This course furnishes students with factual information that prepares them with a predetermined mental stance, disposition toward, and response to surviving a state of absolute anarchy.

Course 2 – Survival Critical Thinking Skills. This course focuses on detailed analysis and critical thinking required to maximize the chances to survive a post-apocalyptic world.

Course 3 – Prepper Fundamentals. This course focuses on the survival needs of the individual for enduring the end of the world as we know it. Here we discuss the elemental issues facing all preppers, a broad overview of human survival needs that are based on the Rule of Three, consider Bug Out Bag (BOB) and Get Home Bag (GHB) requirements, and a set of practical exercises that addresses the skillset needed to enhance students’ chances to survive the die-off and prosper afterward.

Course 4 – Prepper Communications. This course presents technical information on very high frequency (VHF), ultrahigh frequency (UHF), and high frequency (HF) radio communication systems required to enhance your chances to survive the die-off when common carrier commercial services become disrupted. Here you will learn how to use the short-range VHF and UHF radios for local communications in and around your bug out location (BOL) and within the local community surrounding your BOL. This course also includes how to use long-range HF radio communications to talk to others in surrounding states, across America, and internationally.

Course 5 – Mutual Assistance Group (MAG) Organization. This course delves into the details critical to establishing a mutual assistance group for the common security of all members. Here we focus on advantages of being in a viable MAG, pros and bugging in vs. bugging out, guidance and considerations for selecting a bug out location (BOL) and developing MAG functions and responsibilities.

Course 6 – Bug Out Location Development. This course analyzes details critical to selecting, establishing, and operating within a viable BOL with focus on the operational aspects of MAG functions and responsibilities.

Course 7 – Survival Foods and Annual Food Production Cycle. Course 8 provides detailed information on survival foods storage needs and long-term food production requirements.

Course 8 – Practical Exercises. This course presents 50 practical exercises that help students gain expertise in building shelters, processing water, digging wells, growing food, preserving and storing food, animal husbandry, butchering animals, processing dairy products, harvesting wildlife, administering first aid, off-grid power sources, constructing gasifiers, producing biodiesel fuel, making soap and detergent, making candles, and making a solar water heaters.

Course 9 – BOL Defenses. This course focuses on the various means of protecting BOL perimeters, including physical barriers and immediate action drills to counter threats.

Course 10 – External Security and Intelligence Gathering. This course presents information on maintaining prepping activities secrecy, long range patrolling, gathering intelligence during and after the die-off.

Course 11 – Militia Organization. This course is based on U.S. Army Special Forces guerrilla unit organization with focus on recruiting developing local citizens into a well-regulated militia to resist tyranny, eleminate bad guys, protect critical facilities, maintain civil order, and counter potential invasion by foreign enemies.

Course 12 – Militia Operations. This course is based on basic guerrilla warfare operations with focus on general operational strategies and tactical operations, including patrolling, raids, ambushes, camouflage, and concealment.

Course 13 – Wilderness Survival. This course serves primarily as a supplement to the courses on militia organization and militia operations for those who may participate in extended security patrols, raids, and ambushes, or those who could find themselves caught unintendedly in any circumstance that required them to survive in the wilderness. It also provides useful information to those who plan to bugout to a wilderness area to survive until after the die-off has run its course.

Course 14 – Ethical and Moral Principles. This course touches on the obligation to maintain Judeo-Christian moral and ethical principles during and after the die-off and discusses how to prepare to assist refugees to survive and becoming self-reliant without jeopardizing your own survivability.

Course 15 – Post Die-Off Recovery. This course analyzes logical assumptions about the expected conditions after the die-off has run its course and gives insight into actions necessary to reestablish civil order, begin cooperative efforts to create an annual food production and preservation cycle, and establish communications with other surviving communities.

Course 16 – Potential for Societal Collapse. This course analyzes manmade and natural events that could trigger a societal collapse resulting in a state of absolute anarchy.