Off-Road Crisis Workshop
Saturday February 23
9am – 4pm
$125 per person, $50 kids age 8-12
This fun filled day of workshop rotations will take you through different outdoor skills mini-learning stations. Great for individuals, groups, families and friends. Activities take place both indoors and outside, rain or shine- bring appropriate outdoor wear. Participants must be in good physical health and able to hike short distances on easy to moderate rugged terrain.
**Dress comfortably for the weather, skills are held in indoor training rooms and outdoors.
Station 1: First Aid Kits (Led by Matt Sirni)
Better to have it and not need it, than need it and not have it! Learn what First Aid supplies you should be carrying on your next outdoor adventure. More importantly, learn how to use the supplies in your First Aid Kit.
Station 2: Off-Road Driving (Led by NORA)
You and your group will receive a safety briefing and instruction to drive our off-road obstacle courses using your own 4WD vehicle or one of ours. Work as a team to navigate your vehicle over various off-road challenges and review common methods to get your vehicle unstuck. (Drivers must have a valid license).
Station 3: Fire Building (Led by CAPTART)
Your vehicle is stuck in the woods and AAA is unable to help (you should have taken a NORA vehicle recovery class!). Learn what to pack in your emergency bag and methods to build a fire in the woods for warmth, signal and safety.
Station 4: Shelter Building (Led by CAPTART)
Get ready for a long night ahead! You will learn skills needed to build a shelter using natural resources to survive a night in the woods.
Skills training stations are staffed by NORA, Captive Audience (CAPTART) & Matt Sirni.
In the event of severe inclement weather, NORA reserves the right to substitute activities.
About our partners:
* CAPTART is founded and operated by U.S. military special forces and U.S. government operatives with a passion for ensuring freedom for all. Bringing a collective 47 years of operational field experience, CAPTART focuses exclusively on anti and counter captivity through prevention training, crisis mitigation, and crisis intervention.
* Matt Sirni is a certified first aid instructor and NYS EMT with 23 years experience in street and wilderness EMS. As the leader of a Search and Rescue team in the Adirondacks, Matt will share his knowledge of back woods emergencies and how to prepare and react to the unexpected.
Off-Road Crisis Workshop
About Captive Audience: