Introduction to Prepping for Long-Term Disasters – Live Webinar

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  • IPFLTD - Online
    May 7, 2020
    7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

About this Course:

As the entire world has seen with the COVID-19 situation, most people are not adequately prepared for something as simple as a “shelter-in-place” order.  The thought that food, fuel, employment, and basic supplies will always be available is an illusion which will quickly vanish when a serious situation occurs.  Our food supply chain, basic essential supply chain, and economic security can quickly be stretched beyond their capacity.

How do your survive if the situation was only slightly worse than COVID?  Are you ready if you are truly locked down, or if the supply chains fully collapse?  How do your protect yourself, your family, and your loved ones?

This course will show you some simple steps you can take to be better prepared, without spending a fortune on things you will never use.

This is not a “survive a zombie apocalypse while running across the country with a backpack and rifle”.  This is a course about being better able to survive what has come close to reality.

Topics Covered:

  • Economics of Starting and Sustaining your Preparation System
  • Food & Beverages
  • Health, Sanitation, & First Aid
  • Shelter, Security, Heating, & Electricity
  • Mobility
  • Wealth & Purchasing Ability
  • Entertainment

Equipment Required:

This is a live webinar.  You will need access to the internet.  WiFi is recommended.  Although this course can be taken on a phone the experience is better on a laptop or desktop computer.

Please have notetaking material available.  You will want to take notes.







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