We live in uncertain times, from natural disasters, extreme weather, prolonged power outages, terrorism, or major changes in the political, social or financial sectors of our economy.
People who learn urban survival skills and prepare for the unexpected (Preppers) want to be able to take care of themselves and their families in any emergency. So how do you go about safeguarding yourself and your families from the harm of a prolonged emergency situation?
There are literally hundreds of thousands of people who look at things a bit differently than they did a few years ago, and are now taking sensible precautions to help save and preserve life in an emergency.
One of the biggest problems people run into when they realize they should be more prepared is where to start.
So, join us at Primal on our Urban Survival and Prepping skills course. We will deliver a good solid overview from the basic to the more advanced. Giving you the skills and experience in the following.
- Survival mindset
- Personal protection
- Food growing
- Preserving food
- Signalling communication
- Improvised weapons & traps
- Bug out equipment, Grab bags
- Shelter protection
- Fire making
- Water sourcing sanitation
- Top tips
- Do’s and Don’ts
This course has an overnight element and a night under the stars will be compulsory. A tent or hammock can be brought on the course, or you can build your own shelter!
Mark has instructed Special Forces & Government Agencies from around the world, & is a Close Combat Instructor with an element of UK Special Forces- who have used Tactical Edge as their method of Close Combat for the past several years. He is certified in Close Protection & Specialised Security, & has advanced Tactical Firearms training.
John works as a Remote Medic/Occupational Health & Safety Adviser working in hostile areas around the world. John draws considerable experience from his time as a Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol Medic. He has also worked within the Film/TV, Construction, Oil & Gas Production industries and as a paramedic for the NHS.