Prepping Intensive Week-by-Week Curriculum
- 8 week prepping intensive
- 6 week advance prepping intensive
Water and Sanitation
Water preparedness is about a whole lot more then just drinking. It's also about keeping your family healthy through good sanitation practices. During this week, you'll learn everything you'd ever want to know about water storage and purification.
Food storage is part of the foundation of survival. During this week, our experts share the best foods to store and best storage practices.
Power Outage Readiness
Get ready for short-term power losses and learn about the potential threats to our country's power grid and the best ways to prepare for and survive that worst case scenario.
Survival Away From Home
During this week, learn everything necessary to plan for an emergency evacuation, when to stay put and when to get out of Dodge, and how to prepare so that every family member knows what to expect and what to do.
Natural Disaster Prep & Survival
Tornadoes, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and more...get prepared for these events with expert advice and practical tips.
Health & Fitness for Survival
All the expensive preps and gear in the world can't insure your survival if your health and fitness levels are dangerously low. This week features information about herbal and natural remedies and building a healthy food storage pantry.
Set Up Your Survival Retreat
Although you may aspire to a fully outfitted rural retreat, the truth is that most of us will end up surviving right where we are. Learn how to establish your own survival retreat, no matter where you live.
This week marks the end of our Prepping Intensive and it's time to put your preps to the test. Choose from one of four different drills (or try them all!) and learn where your weaknesses and strengths lie. Plus, we'll help you make a plan so you know where to go from here.
Exit the Economy
You can't be self-reliant if you are dependent on the economic system. This week we will discuss strategies for breaking free from the economic matrix including extreme frugality, self-employment, multiple streams of income, non-consumerism, and barter economy.
Sooner or later, no matter how much you have stocked, you'll open that last can of beans, drink that last bottle of water, or use that last roll of toilet paper. This week focuses on sustainability projects like survival gardening, water collection, raising livestock, and making necessities out of raw materials.
Communications and Community
Nothing will endanger your life or the lives of your loved ones more than planning on going it alone in a worst-case scenario. You will need to know how to communicate, how to get news and information, how to maintain OPSEC, and how to build a group of fellow survivors.
Surviving with Nothing
Although you are probably not planning on hitting the road and surviving in the wilderness when everything hits the fan, you should still know the basic principles of surviving without any fancy gear or a supply of food and clean water. This week focuses on how to survive if you're stranded or must quickly evacuate due to a natural disaster or some other worst case scenario.
If a disaster lasts for a long period of time, society as we have known it will continue to deteriorate. City services, law enforcement, and even an agreed upon foundation of law may no longer exist. In that vacuum, survivors will either be at the mercy of the strong or will find ways to become stronger themselves. This week focuses on tactical defense and gray man strategies.
The Ultimate Bug-Out Plan
You've done everything possible to make your home and family safe. Your preps are in order, or they're getting there, but what happens when you realize it's time to leave? There could come a day when staying hunkered down is no longer an option. This week, we'll talk about what to do when it's time to leave your town, time to leave your region, or maybe even your country.