It's not to late to get in to this weeks free virtual preparedness training. Just look around the country at all the civil strife, violence and hatred spreading like wildfires. What is your plan for you and your family when the issues surface near you? What is your plan when the police are unfunded and disbanded or when police officers raise their hands and walk off the job? Who will then protect your family, home and property? Have you thought about it? What will you do when responding medical teams can't get in to treat the sick and wounded because organizations take over the streets and block access? If you ever wonder these things or have questions, this week's Preparedness 101 class is for you. Check out the course description below and decide. Ask yourself, are you self-reliant? These problems around our nation will NOT change or decrease before the November election. Think about that.
This is the third week of free classes being offered. It only takes a few clicks to get you in the virtual training class allowing you free training from the comfort of your home. Can't beat that one. If you wish to make a donation before or afterwards that is up to you. Or, you can buy my book, Hope for Survival. All proceeds above cost to print goes to a charitable organization to help feed the hungry. Or, you can attend for free and be better prepared. Free training is the best I can do for you.
To attend you must email me at Preparedness101@protonmail.com and tell me the class you want to attend so I can send you the Zoom link with code and password. Without the zoom info you can't get in the virtual training. Remember, it's free!!!
All classes begin at 0900 AM EST
June 6 - Risk Analysis and Management (90 minutes) - Completed
June 13 - Family Communication Planning (90 minutes) - Completed
June 20 - Preparedness 101 (Self Preparedness) (3 hours)
The course covers most, if not all, key requirements for basic Preparedness. Presentation is a course using different types of equipment as examples. First step is understanding the mindset of the sheep and the sheep dog; and risk management planning. The course then addresses food, water, security and sheltering. This course is not about how to fix food but how to build a food plan for short, medium-and-long term storage. The water portion covers how to sanitize and different methods of storage. The sheltering block covers both urban and rural. Additionally. the course covers bugging in and bugging out. And finally, building a security plan; Defense in Depth. What is the point in saving food and water if you don’t have a plan to protect your family and resources? What are you going to do when your neighbor knocks at your door and says “my children are starving?” The objective of this course is to assist individuals to think “out of the box” and build a total plan that provides, food, water, shelter, and security to help families to survive during manmade and natural disasters.
June 27 - Preparedness 102 (Team Preparedness) (90 minutes)
This is open to your family and/or friends who you want to invite. Remember, those who fail to prepare and become self-reliant will be knocking on someone's door begging for food and water. Will it be yours?
Let me know soonest.