Primitive Survival Skills Volume 1
What you'll learn
- This course teaches you to access the wisdom and skill of ancient humans; to meet the base survival requirements, shelter, water, fire, food in a modern day survival emergency that you might tackle without any modern resources or equipment.
- There are no course prerequisites for this course.
This course is the first in a series of course packages produced by Rich Hungerford, Senior Survival & Tracking Instructor at The Bush Lore Survival School. This course is focused upon the practical application of ancient human ancestor knowledge in low or no technology situations to meet essential life support requirements.
The instructor wishes to make the clear distinction between survival skills that lean on ancestral knowledge and primitive living skills.
Being capable of manufacturing cutting tools, shelter and weapons without the aid of modern steel or iron tools adds another level of survival resilience to the experienced survivalist and brings new understanding to the beginner survival student.
Drawing on his real life experience as an Australian Special Forces Combat Survival Instructor, Rich Hungerford shows you what works, why it works and why you should focus on practical skills if you are training for survival.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner survival students through to those engaged in experiment archeology or anthropology.
Rich P Hungerford is a former Australian SAS soldier, team leader and instructor who now teaches survival, tracking and bushcraft skills at his Bush Lore Survival School in Queensland, Australia.
This modern day warrior seeks to pass on his extensive experience to people with the aim of fostering within them a true sense of self-reliance and empowering them through the platforms of emotional intelligence, common sense and awareness of their personal strengths and limitations.
Rich teaches a process of 'Absolute Survival' be that in the wilderness, the urban jungle or on the battlefield. His aim is to equip people with the skills, knowledge and wisdom to survive anything anywhere. He teaches techniques and methodologies that are reliable, replicable and devoid of unnecessary complication. 'Keep it simple stupid' is his guiding principle to ensure that what he teaches works under the dynamic stress of life and death situations.
With over twenty-five years of professional survival and tracking experience Rich has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and has been there and done it. Accordingly, survival is not just a hobby or an interest for Rich, it is what he does. He has sought to successfully blend both the military, the traditional and the naturalist perspectives in a way that offers course participants access to a unique depth of knowledge in survival, tracking and combative skills.
Rich continues to explore his passion for the natural environment, to train, develop survival systems and enjoys passing on his experience to others. He lives in rural Australia with his wife and daughters.