If you listened to podcast episodes M4S008 and M4S009, you’ll know the name Kevin Reiter and will have heard about his October 7th and 8th PrepperMed class in Colorado. Kevin is with WildSafety.com and wilderness safety, and first-aid are his thing.
Wilderness first aid, especially for those of you who have limited first aid knowledge and experience is a great course! It teaches you how to manage a patient for extended periods of time. This provides you with improved capabilities should the worst case scenario happen.
Imagine finding yourself on your own, with no help coming your way. It’s just you and your family, or friends. As you go about your day, one of your family suffers a severe injury. An injury that you must deal with.
It’s up to you. The future of your family member is in your hands. What do you do? You don’t have a YouTube video to watch. EMS isn’t on the way.
Do you step up?
Well, if you want to improve your skills so you can step up, this is the course for you.
Why is PrepperMed so Great?
While Kevin’s course is fantastic, there are some other great things about this course.
First, me – yours truly – I – the Duffster am going to be there. Why is that so good? It’s fantastic because I get to meet you if you’re there too. Let me say that I am completely pumped about getting to meet some of you who are on the other end of our linked keyboards.
Next, in addition to all of the other awesome students, there will be a number of better known prepping personalities.
For instance, Dale and Lisa Goodwin from SurvivalistPrepper.net will be there in the flesh. Well, they’ll be there in their clothes, but in person. Sam Bradley with the DisasterPodcast.com will be there too, along with others.
Not only will we be there, but we’ll be putting on short courses in other prepper related courses.
So while yes, this is a wilderness medicine course, it is much, much more. It’s a weekend of wide-ranging prepperness! It’s a weekend I am looking forward to and hoping you all do as well.
If you are interested in PrepperMed I suggest getting on the train quick as seats are filling up. To get on the train, just follow the link above or below to WildSafety.com and sign up.
I hope to see you there!
Never forget, you’re just one prep away.
If you have any other thoughts or questions about PrepperMed, please leave a comment below.
Stay safe, secure and prepared,
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