Master Survival Course

Learn to become a Master Survivalist at the Trail Blazer Master Survival Course. This 2-week package combines the entirety of our curriculum into a single course. Participants well learn each and every skill we have to offer, from the basics to the most advanced. Learn to effectively prepare for and survive a 72 hour emergency, as well as how to live off the land indefinitely. This course will put your skills to the test  in a way that a regular classroom experience cannot. Learn to endure the hardships of survival in a real world setting. Gain extra skills and experience at a discounted rate. This is the ultimate way to become a master of survival.


You Will Learn

Survival Skills:

Every Day Carry (EDC) & Minimal Kit Mentality
Advanced Survival Philosophy
Knife fundamentals, safety, and sharpening
Knots and proper taught-line
Knots and lashings
Making cordage
How to build an essential tarp/poncho shelter
How to construct primitive and long-term shelters and advanced shelter principles
How to procure and process safe drinking water
How to start a sustainable fire
Bow Drill Fire - wood selection and kit construction
Advanced fire starting methods
How to construct primitive traps (deadfalls/spring poles/snares)
Advanced trapping techniques
Procure food by hunting with weapons you make
How to make a fish and crawdad basket trap
How to make a gill net
How to make usable stone/bone tools
How to build a Survival Bow and quickie arrows
How to butcher and process small game
How to process meat, cook and make jerky from it
How to make rawhide and useful hide cordage
Basic camp cooking
Emergeny Survival/Rescue Methods
How to asses survival priorities and risk assessment
Land Navigation
How to make usable stone tools (and bone tools when available)


NOLS Wilderness First Aid:

(Optional Add On)

This 2-day course will be taught by a certified National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) instructor. You'll learn the Patient Assessment System, how to provide effective first aid treatments for injuries and illnesses common in the outdoors, and how to make appropriate evacuation decisions.

Providing first aid is typically a skill that is used for a short window until help arrives. What makes wilderness first aid unique is the assumption that help will not arrive for several hours or may be several miles away. This course will equip you with the skills to stabilize and reduce harm to an injured or ill individual for several hours until an evacuation can be made.

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