“Survival” means different things to different people in different contexts. The term “High speed” refers to two things:

  1. The techniques presented can be taught and learned in real time. This course is a no B.S. practical approach to preserving your life and those in your circle. You will walk out of this course empowered.
  2. The skills presented in this course support “survival on the go” vs “survival in place.” This curriculum has achieved an ideal alignment of primitive and non-primitive techniques. This skillset is ideal for tactical applications, bug out scenarios, backcountry excursions, hunting and safely moving your circle from A to B.

This course will cover:

  • Primitive and Non-Primitive Shelter
  • Water procurement
  • Fire
  • Survival Hunting
  • Everyday Carry
  • High Speed Go Bags
  • How to utilize caches
  • Survival Psychology
  • Awareness
  • Introduction to Tracking

 

 

SESSION:

  • The session is 3 days long. The first day is roughly 8 hours long and is classroom based. The second day is outdoor for practical hands-on experience.
  • The class is mildly physically demanding but you will not be asked to push harder than you can manage.

WHO:

  • Anyone age 14+ interested in survival.

WHEN:

  • Class times and locations will be announced soon.
  • For up to the minute training options, please visit our Facebook page.

BRING:

  • Attire conducive to a moderately physically demanding workout.
  • A water bottle and snacks necessary for 8 hours of training. For the first day, there are restaurants in the area. For the second day, a packed lunch is recommended.

COST:

  • $500 for the session.
  • 30% off for military, veterans, and members of MSC.
  • (A park entrance fee may also be required.)

 

REGISTRATION:

  • Preregistration is required.
  • Payment is due at the time of registration.
  • Please call MTTM Program Coordinator Donald Alley if you have any questions. (734) 646-3584.