Wilderness Survival Intermediate

Course Overview

Knife and Flint

This course is designed to foster a strong ability to apply the academic topics covered to the real world. No previous survival training is necessary to attend, and we will arm you with all the knowledge and skills essential to overcoming a minimum of 72 hours in any austere wilderness environment. Two days of hands on education are separated by a night in the woods during which Clients have the opportunity, under the supervision and assistance of Instructors, to build and manage a survival living site as they would in an actual emergency situation. This course will leave Clients with critical knowledge, experience, and an irreplaceable understanding of survival that will last a lifetime. This is a must have for any regular outdoors enthusiast as well as a spectacular class for team and relationship building!

*Clients will spend one (1) night outdoors.


Looking for a course that develops your toolbox and gives you the ability to experience the great outdoors from the point of view of a survivor? Then the Intermediate level WS class is for you! This is where the rubber meets the road for beginners and seasoned recreational outdoorsmen and women alike. A night outdoors provides you with real world feedback that very well might save your life.All course attendees receive:

OGC Wilderness Survival: Intermediate (WS-I) Certificate
Free Fire Starter Flint

MEALS PROVIDED! (Outside Food/Drink Permitted)

GAP Qualifying: YES
Skill Focus: Individual Mindset and Mechanics
Delivery: Campus or MTT
Target Audience: Any outdoors enthusiast – hikers, camper, skiers, hunters, photographers, etc.
Pre-requisites: NONE
Restrictions: NONE
Age Limit: 12+ to Attend Alone; 7 w/ Parent or Guardian
Course Length: 2 day/1 night | Outdoors – 33hrs
Activity Level: Moderate
Timeline: 7:30AM Day 1 – 5:00PM Day 2
Class Size: 1-25

Introduction to Survival
Survival Shelter & Knots
Food Considerations
Traps & Snares
Search & Rescue
Emergency Signaling
Land Navigation
Water Crossing
First Aid
Packing Considerations
Survival Living SitePlus Multiple HANDS ON Practical Exercises!
• Backpack (1 per group)
• Water bottle or Camelbak type hydration system
• Quality fixed-blade knife w/ belt mounted sheath*
• 50 feet of 550 cord or similar
• Snare wire
• Compass (1 per group)
• 1 clear trash bag
• Rite-in-the-Rain or similar notepad
• Pens/Pencils
• Work style gloves
• Clear lens eye protection
• Metal canteen style cup (will be put in a camp fire!)*
• Minimal personal hygiene items (tooth brush, deodorant, etc.)
• Sunscreen (as necessary)
• Bug spray
• 2 sets of comfortable outdoor clothing, weather appropriate (including socks)
• Closed toe shoes*Items may be borrowed from OGC.
**All quantities are listed Per Person unless otherwise stated.

This course is offered at our Headland, AL. Training Compound and is also available from our MTT (Mobile Training Team).

If you’re interested in having this course conducted in your local area contact us now for information how.

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Wilderness Survival Intermediate
September 7, 2015
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