Public Training We invite anyone to take up some training to increase their life skills and life saving skills. Basic Bush Survival Training (A Must for everyone) Safety in the Urban Community *Note: These are offered for a small fee, which contributes as a fund-raiser. If signed up as a member, all the training units are offered for free. Those who qualify for at risk status, special circumstances or hardship, will be offered the training for free. We encourage you to take advantage of these courses, conducted according to demand. Notices will be posted in our facebook page. Members Only Some of the training units offered to members: Survival Planning and Emergency Training (A Must for all members) Advanced Survival Training levels Especially tailored Survival First Aid (external provider with medical experience) Prepping related units which cover food supply, important skills, bartering, bug out, bug in, and never returning bags (to accommodate different survival scenarios) Life skills or field craft Gardening edible food Leadership Training programs and units from Basic through to Advanced Teamwork Training Basic Radio Communications Verbal Communication Skills Plus, many other courses relevant to prepping and surviving, in constant development. A little more about our training- At the Australian Preppers Survival League, we encourage teamwork, courtesy and respect. This builds integrity and allows us to lead by example and build on leadership skills. Most of our members are trained to prep and survive through various methods such as basic training manuals, our online learning system, video and or classroom training. Through all this training, we can pass on knowledge and help build our communities into resilient survivor hubs who can prep and survive a potential crisis together. Membership enables you to refine your knowledge base with meetings, share knowledge or by joining in advanced brainstorming sessions. Above all else, training enables an opportunity for members to step up and assist in the administration of our league to better support each other in their respective communities. These kinds of survivalists are leaders, better known as Officers. They are entitled to access special and professional conduct training units and other units to better serve our large-scale programs being developed for disaster and aid provisions.