DVD: The Survival Group Handbook
Course Length: 1hr 50 mins
Chief Instructor: Charley Hogwood
Who will be there to help you when the lights go out? MAGS is a guide designed to walk you through all the steps required to safely and securely find other people just like you who realize that going it alone in a dark world is not an option.
This course is a complete presentation for the solo survivor and a reference class for the established group, regardless of size. By employing the hard learned lessons carefully researched from active groups, and applying sociology, history, law and threat analysis, the survivor will understand what to look for in a group, how to build one from scratch, how to fix one that has become dysfunctional and where to put it in a hurry. If you want to put a razor0s edge on your team, understand group dynamics, conflict analysis and be able to successfully operate under a multitude of conditions, this course holds the keys to your success.
DVD: Prepping Your Pantry - Food Storage for Short and Long Term Survival Chief Instructor: Charley Hogwood
Do you run to the store several times a week? Are you watching as the price of food goes up every day? Would you like to cut your grocery bill and eat cheaper next year all at the same time? Did you already waste your money on a survival food "bucket"? What if you didn't have any electricity...how would you prevent spoilage and cook your meals?
Food storage is a very broad term, and we're here to break down the basics. In this course, we will cover:
- What is food storage? Why should you store food?
- Food storage methods, including: Mylar bags, canning, dehydrating, freezing, Nature's refrigerator and freeze drying.
- Why most bucket foods are a waste of money and will be thrown out with the trash.
- Why MREs are a bad plan.
- Balancing your nutrition.
- How many calories you will need.
- What do those "Best By" dates mean?
- Why food storage is such an important part of your prepping plan.
- The 5 enemies of food storage.
- How to choose the proper containers and the right plastics.
- Shopping strategies to stretch your dollar.
- The Tiered Food Storage Strategy.
- How to choose the proper size Mylar bags.
- How to properly choose and use oxygen absorbers.
- Shelf life of foods.
- Creative storage for tight spaces.
What Should You Prepare For? A Guide to Prioritizing Your Risks BONUS Pack
DVD: How to Perform a Hazard Analysis
WITH BONUS DVD: Convincing Others to Prep
Chief Instructor: Charley Hogwood
>>> How to Prepare Your Own Hazard Analysis
You will learn how to identify the hazards in all areas of your daily life from high impact to low impact. This is the critical first step to preparing. If you don't know what might come, how can you truly be ready? "Sure, prepping for zombies is fun but do you know what is actually the most common mass casualty, most expensive event nationwide every single year?"
You will be able to identify your vulnerabilities and risk to these hazards. By the end of this class you will be able to create a hazard tree that will reveal the chain of events that you may not have considered previously. Through knowledge you can more effectively prepare your family and /or business.
>>> Convincing Others to Prep
Convincing others to prep is our latest DVD presentation. Have you ever found it hard to speak with others about preparing? Have you been lumped into the crazy crowd? We have, along with many of our students as well as the majority of people we meet at self-reliance expos.
Geared primarily towards family members and acquaintances, this 20-minute presentation breaks it down to a reasonable conversation and relates preparedness in a realistic way. We show you how to enter a conversation and also when to walk away for your own sanity. We explain a number of conversational cues and psychological reasons why people act negatively about this topic and everything else they cannot relate to. You'll even learn the stealth approach to break down even the toughest resistance.