This course covers basic individual and family emergency preparedness, and focuses on ‘shelter at home’ level threats. Using risk analysis methodologies in reality based scenarios, trainees are not only educated on an emergency preparedness mindset, but more importantly on the critical thinking processes necessary to instill mental adaptability and resource versatility.
From this approach, real actions, real contingencies, and real inventories are developed to help the family in real situations. Not just hypothetical situations, the critical thinking approach to evaluating risk is instilled so each trainee can evaluate their own situation and their emergency preparations are customized to their needs.
All this is accomplished through a study of threat assessment and risk analysis to identify threat priorities as well as threat commonalities, so that time, money, and training can be spent where it will have the most benefit.
- This class is 2 hours long.
- This class instructs risk analysis and risk management approaches to emergency preparedness.
- Class format is classroom/lecture. It is not physically demanding.
- Trainees should bring note taking supplies.
- There will be a short break at the 1/2 mark.
- There will be time after the class for questions
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- Please contact Don Alley (734) 646-3584 or email@example.com with any questions.
- Keep and Bear firearms class alumni (Essential Handgun, Michigan CPL, Martial Gunfighting, Intermediate Handgun 1, Intermediate Handgun 2) are entitled to take this course for free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for your coupon code.