Survival Skills is a handy, pocket-sized instruction manual, covering the fundamentals of survival with step-by-step illustrations and clear, bite-sized tips. Progresses from the very basics for beginners, through all the elements essential to becoming adept at survival skills, to advanced techniques. Ideal for anyone looking to improve their survival skills – this new series offers perfect, at-a-glance reference to keep with you at all times. October 31, 2014 by Jim Cobb 3 Comments As I say over and over to both new and experienced preppers, skills trump stuff.
By the way, if you’ve developed an expertise in one area or another, maybe you could offer a class at your own library!
If you have a college, university, or technical school in your area, contact them about auditing classes.
Of course, all the learning in the world won’t do you much good if you don’t practice the skills regularly.

There may be links in the post above that are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission, which does not affect the price you pay for the product. Offering everything you need to know to get started, along with a wealth of expert tricks and tips to improve skills and techniques, from choosing and packing your gear to learning how to cook in the wild. Not only are these vast repositories of knowledge, they frequently hold classes, taught by local experts, on a wide range of topics. Not only can you borrow e-books, but you can reserve items in advance and search to see if you need to go to a specific branch for the items you want. For a reduced fee, you can attend the class and learn the material, even take exams, just like any other student in the class.
Grandma Sally would probably be thrilled to spend an afternoon or two showing you how to can chili. His books include Prepper's Home Defense, The Prepper's Complete Book of Disaster Readiness, and Prepper's Long-Term Survival Guide.

If your neighbor built an excellent rain collection system, ask him if he’d be willing to show you how to do it for your house, possibly in exchange for a six-pack or maybe a pan of your famous lasagna. He has worked with individuals, private groups, and corporations, assisting with disaster planning. Plus, they are great opportunities for networking with others who may be interested in prepping and such, depending upon the class topic. My library has had classes on such topics as worm composting, basic disaster readiness, and water bath canning.
You choose from several classes including shooting, outdoor cooking, survival basics, fishing and lots more.

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