A Note from Creek:
We live in a society driven by individuality and customization. From t-shirts to coffee to cars – we want it designed especially for us. I am in the business of teaching Survival Skills. I am also in the Customer Service business. It is my goal that our course attendees have an amazing experience while at Willow Haven and LEARN life-saving skills while they are here. With that said, I can absolutely customize and design a Survival Related Course specifically for you or your group. Obviously, it’s more expensive with just 1 person (but I’ve had people do it). It’s better with a group around 10-15 people. Average price ends up being about $350 per person + travel expenses getting to our facility in Anderson, IN. I also regularly travel and Guest Speak on topics related to survival and disaster preparedness.
So if you have something in mind, shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com. Below are some past Customized Survival Course Ideas:
Survival Bachelor Party12 Guys from Iowa came out and took a custom survival course as a Bachelor Party Weekend. They also offered the groom tips about surviving marriage 🙂 We focused on skills surrounding the 4 Key Survival Elements: SHELTER, WATER, FIRE and FOOD.
Corporate GET HOME BAG CourseI was contacted by a corporation who wanted to offer their employees the option to take a GET HOME BAG training course. Spurred by the events of 9-11, many companies/employees in larger cities began to consider keeping some basic survival supplies at work in what’s commonly referred to as a GET HOME BAG. This was a company who put their money where their mouth is and split the course & travel cost with the employees who were interested in the training.
Wild Edibles Week-Day CourseOne couple contacted me specifically about wild edibles. They weren’t so interested in survival training – but rather Wild Edible Plant Identification and Preparation. We were able to schedule a 2-Day Week Day Course at a very reasonable price.
Long story short, if you have an idea – run it by me.
Remember, it’s not IF but WHEN,