It Is Better To Be A Warrior In A Garden Than a Gardener In A War
Learn the skills
to be competent and self reliant in the most important situations. All it takes is one incident to wish you had been more familiar with emergency oriented skills.
1. Emergency Preparedness:
Learn skills that could keep you or someone else alive in an emergency during the winter, and how it differs from emergencies in the summer. From emergency road kit preparation, to basic survival skills you will learn what is needed to increase your chances of survival. Plus, we’re partnering with Back 40 Wilderness First Aid to bring you the best training possible.
2. Self Defence:
Most people don’t practice fighting. Even basic skills can enable you to increase your chances of staying safe in a physical confrontation. You will learn awareness and de-escalation techniques as well as physical skills and concepts to defeat a physical threat to you or your family.
3. Firearms as Tools:
Would you buy a car without learning how to drive it properly? This section of the course will teach you not only the theory behind responsible and safe ownership of a firearm, but will also teach you hands on use of firearms where you will learn safe handling, operation, firing, and care. Plus, you will have a chance at qualifying as a Rifleman under Project Mapleseed, Canada’s premier rifle fundamentals training program.
2 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER
Warrior In the Garden 4 month course is $1,500+gst. You can SAVE $100 when you register and pay in full, only $1400+gst. Alternatively, simply register with a deposit and use our convenient 2 payment plan to divide your payments into easily manageable installments.Register and Save $100
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The average Canadian’s life is pretty safe. We live in one of the safest countries in the world, we enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the world, and we generally pride ourselves in being self reliant and capable people. Still, even in a relatively safe country like ours, there are one or two moments in a person’s life that can change everything. Are you ready?
Most people have experienced a Saskatchewan winter driving on the highway. Almost as many have encountered a winter storm while driving on the highway. It’s almost a yearly occurrence, and they seem to be getting worse. If your car went off the road in a Saskatchewan winter, do you know how to survive the night until help can get to you in the morning? Do you keep an emergency road kit? Do you know what you would put in such a kit? How should your kit differ in the winter vs. the summer? If you or someone else was hurt, could you assist them? These are important questions to ask, and not at all outside the realm of possibility where we live.
If someone attacked you, or your family, do you know how to keep them safe? Could you keep yourself safe? This may be an impossible question to answer hypothetically, but do you believe that some additional training in realistic self defence could improve your confidence when considering such a scenario?
Do you enjoy camping? Do you live out of town on an acreage, or on a farm? Bears often come to mind first, but coyotes, wolves, cougars and even boar can be a danger when you’re out enjoying the great outdoors. Such encounters are rare, but if you encounter a dangerous animal intent on attacking you or your family, do you know how to use a firearm as a tool to defend yourself or others? Do you even know what the rules are for having or using firearms as tools in the wild, or on a rural property? Do you know what it takes to own a firearm legally in Canada? Even if you do have a license, do you have the skills to handle your firearm competently and safely? What about in an emergency when adrenaline reduces your ability to use your most basic skills?
We answer these questions and more in Warrior In the Garden.
As we finalize schedule with our 3rd party partners we will continue to update this schedule.
*All dates are tentative and subject to change*
February 4, 2023
May 13, 2023
– All sessions will take place on Saturday’s whenever possible. There will be 2 sessions per month. Full schedule will be released to participants prior to the start of the course.