What would you do if you were forced to leave your home on short notice due to a flood, fire or other emergency? Do you have a plan? Would you have a safe place to go? Have you practiced emergency evacuation with your family? The questions and scenarios are endless. The key to survival is preparedness. Fact of the matter is, most people are not only under prepared but have no emergency plan at all. There is no excuse to not be prepared for an emergency, whatever it may be. Developing a solid emergency plan now can make the unexpected far less dangerous and increase your odds of safety and survival greatly. During this course we’ll discuss the pros and cons of being in an urban environment in a bad situation. How to prepare if you live in a city. What to do if you just happen to be caught in an urban disaster. How to get by without electricity or clean water. What to do about gangs and looters. And much, much more. Topics covered • Shelter • Basics of urban structure hardening • Defense and physical security • Emergency evacuation • Safe travel • Supply acquisition • Stealth operations • Selecting a Bug Out Bag and what gear and supplies to include in it • Food and Water • Hygiene and Sanitation • First Aid • Communications • Meeting points • Caches • Everyday Carry (EDC) Bags and Vehicle Emergency Kits (VBOB). • Shelf Stable and long term storage foods with samples This course includes many handouts, check lists and students are encouraged to bring any equipment and/or gear that they’d like to discuss. This is a three day course. Tent and hammock camping is available and students are encouraged to bring any gear they would like to use or try out. Porta potties, fire rings and firewood are on site. Most cel carriers have good reception. There is no electric, gas or water.