Pepper Spray Basics
This course is designed to introduce the student to the basic understanding of and use of pepper spray. If you are new to Pepper Spray, this course is a must.
This course is divided into 2 parts, a classroom portion and a hands-on portion. The classroom portion covers what Pepper Spray is made of, types of sprays and patterns, considerations when using Pepper Spray, and how to use Pepper Spray. The hands-on portion allows the student to use an inert trainer on a volunteer in order to be better prepared in case of a real deployment.
Preparing Makes Sense
Preparing Makes Sense will discuss the considerations that a person or family has to make when deciding what to do in case of an emergency. How do you prepare for being stuck in or out of your home for an extended period of time? What are some things to consider? How do you plan ahead for a variety of situations all at once? These are some of the questions that we will be attempting to answer during this class.
When you think of emergency planning, do you think of medical emergencies as well? some medical emergencies require more than just a Band-Aid. The use of tourniquets to control major blood loss is no longer considered a last resort and is a tool that should be in every first aid kit.
In this class we will discuss a variety of common tourniquets that are on the market and how each of them works. This is not a formal Stop the Bleed course but we will discuss when it is appropriate to use a tourniquet.
This course is also a course in the making.
This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of what a go-bag is and the types of items that you should have in your bag. We will discuss the difference between types of go-bags and why it is beneficial to have a go-bag. We know that there are a lot of questions surrounding a go-bag and we want to answer those for you.
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Map Reading will teach the beginner what maps are, parts of a map, and how to read them. This is a basic Map Reading Course that is designed with a classroom and hands on portion.
Weather injuries are something that we should be prepared to handle anytime we have to be outside for any period of time. We offer courses on hot weather and cold weather injuries. We will discuss the types of injuries, symptoms, and how to treat each injury.
*This is 2 individual courses, Hot Weather injuries and Cold Weather Injuries.
All PREP courses are offered in person at the following rate.
$20 per person for all basic courses.
$150 for groups of 10 people.
If you have a group larger than 10 people, please contact us via email.
EDC for the Self Defender
EDC for the Self Defender is a course that we are currently working on. This course will be designed around tools that we can put in our tool belt and have at our disposal for self-defense. We will discuss the levels involved in the escalation of force continuum and the tools that are appropriate for each level.
Stay tuned for this course.
If you have an idea for a class that you would like to see available in the area, feel free to email us at email@example.com with "Class Suggestion" as the subject and let us know. We will do our best to put one in place to fit your needs.