Learn to become a Master Survivalist at the Trail Blazer Master Survival Course. This 2-week package combines the entirety of our curriculum into a single course. Participants well learn each and every skill we have to offer, from the basics to the most advanced. Learn to effectively prepare for and survive a 72 hour emergency, as well as how to live off the land indefinitely. This course will put your skills to the test in a way that a regular classroom experience cannot. Learn to endure the hardships of survival in a real world setting. Gain extra skills and experience at a discounted rate. This is the ultimate way to become a master of survival.
You Will Learn
- Preparations to increase your chances of survival
- Shelter, knowing multiple ways to create is crucial to survival
- Water Procurement, multiple ways to find and methods of disinfecting
- Signaling, a must know in the survival game
- Fire, preparation, multiple ways to create, and how to keep it going
- Plants to avoid and to prepare
- Animal Foods, necessary for long-term survival, how to find and acquire
- Cooking, transforming sticks, stones, and embers into tools to prepare and serve food
- Containers for transport, preparation, and storage
- Primitive Skills, Tricks, and Outdoor Information
- Wilderness Health & Hygiene that’s vital to your health
- NOLS Wilderness First Aid Certification
Over 200 Skills you can take home!
NOLS Wilderness First Aid:
(Included With Course)
This 2-day course will be taught by a certified National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) instructor. You'll learn the Patient Assessment System, how to provide effective first aid treatments for injuries and illnesses common in the outdoors, and how to make appropriate evacuation decisions.
Providing first aid is typically a skill that is used for a short window until help arrives. What makes wilderness first aid unique is the assumption that help will not arrive for several hours or may be several miles away. This course will equip you with the skills to stabilize and reduce harm to an injured or ill individual for several hours until an evacuation can be made.