Modern Survival Skills : 8 June 2024 (Provo, UT)

Provo, UT

Course Date:
8 June 2024

Course Time:


Modern Survival Skills : 8 June 2024 (Provo, UT)


Modern Survival Skills | Survival

Your passport to unlocking the secrets of thriving in the great outdoors when armed with nothing but your wits and minimal gear, the Modern Survival Skills one-day course is designed to better prepare students for the reality of short-term survival and emergencies in the great outdoors. This course will focus on the importance of acquired skills when minimal or no kit is available. From the possible to the probable, this course addresses the basics of survival and the core needs that will prepare you for short-term survival. After an introduction in the classroom, covering mindset and kit layout/staging, students will move into the field for hands-on practice of traditional bushcraft and modern survival skills, including carving, knot tying, tarp setups, and other invaluable skills.

Topics Covered:

  • Security
  • Knot tying
  • Shelter building
  • Carving
  • Water acquisition and purification
  • Fire starting
  • Signaling/communication
  • Cultivating resourcefulness

Required Gear:

  • Sturdy 4”-6” fixed blade knife
  • ⅜” Ferro rod
  • 100’ paracord
  • Canteen with metal nesting cup
  • Personal-sized tarp or poncho (6’x8’-10’x10’)
  • Notepad and pen
  • Snacks and water, as we will break for lunch
  • Comfortable clothing and sturdy shoes appropriate for the weather and environment

Course Time: 9:00am-4:00pm

Course Location: Fieldcraft HQ - 1825 South East Bay Blvd, Provo UT 84606

Additional Info:


Check in at the front desk in the retail pro shop.


Children 14 years and older can purchase a spot and join the course. They must be accompanied by an adult who has purchased a ticket as well.

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