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Survival techniques in Nature

Courses International Survival School

Public safety courses

We offer courses to train citizens on techniques and useful activities to protect themselves and know how to act in situations where their safety is threatened. For more information on these courses, Contact us

Courses and coaching for entrepreneurs

In E.I.T.S we teach business courses aimed at improving their leadership skills and to know how to act in critical situations.

These are some of the courses:

– Strengthening mental techniques to strengthen capacities.

– Advanced course for business survival.

– Advanced course leadership skills in extreme situations

– Advanced course of techniques of self-reliance in critical situations.

If you are interested in any of these courses you can register by selecting the type of course and sending the pre-registration form.

If you need any additional information, You can contact us.

Basic survival course

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is necessary.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 56 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Theory of survival.

Tema II: Survival techniques.

theme III: Travel.

Topic IV: Feed.

Tema V: ward off

Theme VI: accidents.

Mountain Rescue Course

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR alumos:

Having previously completed a basic course.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 390 hours

MODULES AND CONTENT:

And Módulo: prevenetivos basic aspects in the mountains.

I Tema: Adaptation and use of equipment and clothing.

Tema II: Food and hydration.

theme III: physical and technical training.

Topic IV: medical-sports award.

Tema V: Dangers we face in the mountain and causing injuries (cold, the height, lightning, poisonous animals…)

Theme VI: most common injuries in the mountains.

Módulo II: Introduction. Chain supervivenia.

I Tema: Medical emergency.

Tema II: medical emergency.

theme III: Cardiorespiratory arrest.

Topic IV: Basic vital support.

Tema V: instrumental life support.

Theme VI: Advanced Life Support.

His VII: General principles in first aid.

topic VIII: alert: P.A.S.

Tema IX: Chain survival.

topic X: Prenciaón of cardiac arrest.

Tema XI: Legislation

module III: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

I Tema: Concept.

Tema II: Justification.

theme III: Definition of cardiorespiratory arrest

Topic IV: Etiology of cardiorespiratory arrest.

Tema V: Sequence of basic life support in cardiac arrest.

Theme VI: Basic CPR technique.

His VII: Algorithm adult basic life support.

topic VIII: Basic CPR Infant.

Tema IX: Basic life sopeorte algorithm in children.

topic X: When to get help before a cardiorespiratory arrest.

Tema XI: When suspend CPR.

Scene XII: Recommendations to minimize risk of infection.

Tema XIII: recovery position recovery.

Module IV: Obstruction of the airway.

I Tema: Obstruction of the airway.

Tema II: Anatomy of the airway.

theme III: Causes obstruction of the airway.

Topic IV: Asphyxia due to foreign body obstruction.

Tema V: Heimlich maneuver in adults and children.

Module V: semi-automated external defibrillator.

I Tema: Introduction.

Tema II: Fundamentals of early defibrillation.

theme III: semi-automated external defibrillator (VILLAGE)

Topic IV: Basic life support algorithm with DESA.

module you: Disturbances level of consciousness.

I Tema: Concept of consciousness and unconsciousness.

Tema II: Altitude sickness. Acute mountain sickness.

theme III: Lipotimia.

Topic IV: Syncope.

Tema V: Shock: Antishock position.

Theme VI: Coma

modulo VII: Lesions on the skin.

right I: Treatment and classification of wounds.

Tema II: special wounds.

theme III: Treatment and classification of concussions.

Topic IV: Treatment and classification of burns.

Tema V: causticizations.

Theme VI: Disease caused by heat and cold. Treatment.

His VII: Treatment and classification of Frostbite.

topic VIII: Treatment of bites and stings.

module VIII: MSDs.

I Tema: traumatism- sprains, Dislocations and fractures

Tema II: Harness syndrome.

theme III: Spine injury.

Topic IV: the politraumatized.

mODULE IX: Injuries of the cardiovascular system.

I Tema: Definition and classification of bleeding.

Tema II: External bleeding and its treatment.

theme III: the tourniquet.

Topic IV: hipovolérico shock and its treatment.

Tema V: externalized internal bleeding and its treatment.

X module: Mountain rescue and isolated areas.

I Tema: Emergency Mountain.

Tema II: When and how to apply for rescue teams.

theme III: Communications and distress signals, land, air, maneuvers with helicopters, and how to avoid avalanche.

Topic IV: Notions search and rescue avalanche.

Tema V: Basic management knowledge and specific material for mountain rescue.

Theme VI: Moving victims in the mountains.

His VII: Progression with stretchers in remote areas.

topic VIII: How to make a mountain kit for small outings and expeditions.

modulo XI: Practices CPR

I Tema: Airway patency. Cleaning and head tilt-chin.

Tema II: Airway patency. Colocaión Guedel and management of Abu.

theme III: Hand position.

Topic IV: Oxygen Therapy Workshop.

Tema V: external cardiac massage.

Theme VI: lateral safety position.

His VII: Unclogging air. Maniobra de Heimlich.

topic VIII: semiautomatic defibrillator.

Module XII: Practices immobilization and mobilization.

I Tema: cervical traction: Management of cervical columan.

Tema II: Cervical collar. Types and Uses.

theme III: Voleo a patient prone.

Topic IV: Block movement of a patient.

Tema V: Scoop stretcher.

Theme VI: Simple bridge technique.

His VII: Immobilization of limbs.

topic VIII: Using the spiral board.

Tema IX: Using the tetraventricular immobilizer.

topic X: A victim in a vehicle.

Tema XI: Making makeshift stretchers.

Sea survival course

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

They have done a basic course of maritime rescue or survival

NUMBER OF HOURS: 270 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT

Modulo I: Survival at sea should abandon ship.

I Tema: Devices lifeguard boats and equipment of survival craft.

Tema II: Location of personal life-saving appliances.

theme III: Principles related to survival.

Topic IV: Personal protection equipment.

Tema V: You need to be prepared for any emergency.

Theme VI: Measures to be taken in case of abandonment of ship.

His VII: Acting in water.

topic VIII: Measures horde of survival craft.

Tema IX: Main dangers to survivors.

topic X: A lifejacket.

Tema XI: Jump into the water safely.

Scene XII: Righting a liferaft while wearing a lifejacket.

Tema XIII: Allevando swim wearing a lifejacket.

XIV Theme: Stay afloat without a lifejacket.

theme XV: Up to a raft from the water while wearing a lifejacket.

theme XVI: Largar a floating anchor.

topic XVII: Practices in the management team of the survival craft.

Módulo II: Prevention and control incendidios.

I Tema: Organization of fire fighting.

Tema II: Locating devices firefighting and evacuation routes in case of emergency.

theme III: Elements of fire and exposure (the fire triangle).

Topic IV: Types and sources of ignition.

Tema V: Flammable materials and risks occurring and spreading fire.

Theme VI: Measures to be taken on board ships.

His VII: Need for constant vigilance.

topic VIII: Detection of fire and smoke.

Tema IX: Automatic fire alarm.

topic X: Classification of fires and extinguishing agents that can be used.

Tema XI: Fire fighting equipment and its location on board.

Scene XII: introduction: Using Your Computer, fixed installations and personal protection

Tema XIII: instruction: methods, agents and fire-fighting procedures.

XIV Theme: breathing apparatus for fire fighting and rescue operations.

theme XV: Simulation in extinguishing small fires, by use of different extinguishing agents.

theme XVI: Mode using different portable fire extinguishers.

topic XVII: Mode using the automatic breathing apparatus.

module III: Module adoption of minimum standards of competence in first aid.

I Tema: Health care resources for marine.

Tema II: Structure and functions of the human body.

theme III: Assessment of the victim.

Topic IV: Asphyxia and cardiac arrest.

Tema V: haemorrhages, shock, wounds and burns. traumatism, rescue and transport of an injured.

Theme VI: Hygiene.

His VII: Assessment of an emergency situation.

topic VIII: Assessment of the victim.

Tema IX: Asphyxia and cardiac arrest.

topic X: haemorrhages.

Tema XI: Shock.

Scene XII: traumatism, rescue and transport of an injured.

Tema XIII: Exercises in the use of first aid bandages and placement.

Module IV: Safety and social responsibilities.

I Tema: Different types of hazards and emergencies that may occur on board.

Tema II: Contingency plans on board.

theme III: Emergency signals and alarm.

Topic IV: Lists and slogans in emergencies.

Tema V: Safety signs used for equipment and means of survival.

Theme VI: Measures to be taken in case of emergencies.

His VII: Importance of training and periodic exercises.

topic VIII: Importance of training and periodic exercises.

Tema IX: Escape routes and internal alarm systems and communications.

topic X: Effects of operational or accidental pollution of the marine environment.

Tema XI: Basic environmental protection procedures.

Scene XII: Knowledge about prevention of pollution in the marine environment.

Tema XIII: National Rescue Plan.

XIV Theme: Distress procedure.

theme XV: Security practices.

theme XVI: Hot Work.

topic XVII: Protective devices and personal safety to protect against various dangers of boat.

topic XVIII: Precautions before entering enclosed spaces.

topic XIX: Prevention of occupational hazards: noise limits, lighting conditions, temperature and taxiways.

topic XX: Major orders related tasks onboard.

XXI Scene: Risk of drug and alcohol abuse.

Rescue course in the desert

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

Have done a basic course (Consult).

NUMBER OF HOURS: 390h

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

And Módulo: Basic preventive aspects Desert.

I Tema: Adaptation and use of equipment and clothing.

Tema II: Food and hydration.

theme III: physical and technical training.

Topic IV: medical-sports award.

Tema V: Dangers we face in the desert and injuries that can be caused.

Theme VI: most frequent injuries in the desert.

Módulo II: Introduction and survival chain

I Tema: Medical emergency.

Tema II: medical emergency.

theme III: Cardiorespiratory arrest.

Topic IV: Basic vital support.

Tema V: Advanced Life Support.

Theme VI: General principles in first aid.

His VII: alert (P.A.S).

topic VIII: Chain survival.

Tema IX: Prevention of cardiac arrest.

topic X: Legislation.

module III: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

I Tema: Concept.

Tema II: Justification.

theme III: Definition of cardiorespiratory arrest.

Topic IV: Etiology of cardiorespiratory arrest.

Tema V: Sequence of basic life support cardiopulmonary arrest.

Theme VI: Basic CPR technique.

His VII: Algorithm adult basic life support.

topic VIII: Infant Resuscitation Basic cardiopulmonal.

Tema IX: Algorithm child basic life support.

topic X: When to get help before a cardiorespiratory arrest.

Tema XI: When to stop CPR.

Scene XII: Risk of infection during CPR.

Tema XIII: Recommendations to minimize risk of infection.

XIV Theme: recovery position recovery.

Module IV: Obstruction of the airway.

I Tema: Obstruction of the airway.

Tema II: Anatomy of the airway.

theme III: Causes obstruction of the airway.

Topic IV: Asphyxia due to foreign body obstruction.

Tema V: Heimlich maneuver in adults and children.

Module V: semi-automated external defibrillator.

I Tema: Introduction.

Tema II: Fundamentals of early defibrillation.

theme III: semi-automated external defibrillator (VILLAGE).

Topic IV: DESA defibrillation technique.

Tema V: Basic life support algorithm with DESA.

module you: Disturbances level of consciousness.

I Tema: Concepts of consciousness and unconsciousness.

Tema II: Altitude sickness. Acute mountain sickness.

theme III: Lipotimia.

Topic IV: Syncope.

Tema V: Shock: Antishock position.

Theme VI: Coma.

modulo VII: Skin lesions.

I Tema: Classification and treatment of wounds.

Tema II: special wounds.

theme III: Classification and treatment of concussions.

Topic IV: Classification and treatment of burns.

Tema V: causticizations.

Theme VI: Disease caused by heat and cold treatment.

His VII: Classification and treatment of frostbite.

topic VIII: Treatment of bites and stings.

module VIII: Injuries apparatus locomor

I Tema: traumatism (sprains, Dislocations and fractures) and treatment.

Tema II: Harness syndrome.

theme III: Spine trauma.

Topic IV: the politraumatized.

mODULE IX: Injuries of the cardiovascular system.

I Tema: Definition and classification of bleeding.

Tema II: Treatment of bleeding.

theme III: tourniquet.

Topic IV: Shock hipovolémico. Treatment.

Tema V: externalized internal bleeding and its treatment.

X module: Rescue in the desert.

I Tema: The emergence in the desert.

Tema II: When and how to apply for rescue teams.

theme III: Communications and distress signals, land, air, maneuvers with helicopters…)

Topic IV: Notions search and rescue in the desert.

Tema V: Basic management knowledge and specific material for relief in the desert.

Theme VI: makeshift stretchers.

His VII: Transfer of victims in the desert.

topic VIII: Progression with stretchers in remote areas.

Tema IX: How to make a kit for the desert for small outings and expeditions.

modulo XI: Practices CPR.

I Tema: Permabilidad airway (cleaning and head tilt-chin).

Tema II: Airway patency (Guedel placement and management of Abu)

theme III: Hand position.

Topic IV: Oxygen Therapy Workshop.

Tema V: external cardiac massage.

Theme VI: lateral safety position.

His VII: Unclogging air. Maniobra de Heimlich.

topic VIII: semi-automatic defibrillator.

Module XII: Practices immobilization and mobilization.

I Tema: cevical traction and handling of the vertebral comumna.

Tema II: Types and use of cervical collarían.

theme III: Turning of a patient prone.

Topic IV: Block movement of a patient.

Tema V: Scoop stretcher.

Theme VI: Simpleo bridge technique.

His VII: Immobilization of limbs.

topic VIII: Using the spiral board.

Tema IX: Using the tetraventricular immobilizer.

topic X: A victim in a vehicle.

Tema XI: Making makeshift stretchers.

Survival course for children

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

Teachers are professionals and defesna security sector with a high level of expertise in the sector.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

No previous experience is required.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 24 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: How to make different types of fires with different materials.

Tema II: Learn how to use the compass.

theme III: Learn to use the GPS.

Topic IV: Learn how to build a shelter.

Tema V: Elaborate knots and lashings.

Theme VI: Develop various utensils survival.

His VII: Plant identification.

topic VIII: First aid.

Tema IX: Make a fire.

Course surveying and mapping

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with a high level of expertise in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is required.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Mapping.

Tema II: Representation schemes.

theme III: sexagesimal degrees.

Topic IV: numerical and graphical escales.

Tema V: Conversion coordinated.

Theme VI: planimetry. Field symbols.

His VII: Presentation and layout.

topic VIII: Reading total stations.

Curso de abuyería

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with a high level of expertise in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No experience is necessary.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: the cabuyería.

Tema II: Sogas.

theme III: Soguines.

Topic IV: knots.

Tema V: Kinds of knots.

Theme VI: berths.

His VII: whippings and finials.

topic VIII: Macramé.

Tema IX: As entwine trunks with rope.

Tanned course

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with high experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is required.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Tanning substances.

Tema II: Skin types.

theme III: Areas where the skin is broken.

Topic IV: Skin structure.

Tema V: Conservation and cured skin.

Theme VI: Processes for tanning.

His VII: Materials needed to make a good tanning.

topic VIII: Common defects tanning.

Ongoing process of creating food and canning (survival)

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with high experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Get food.

Tema II: Techniques for storing food.

theme III: Produce food for survival.

Topic IV: Methods of canned food.

Tema V: Protect food against extreme situations.

Course for the creation of prehistoric tools and weapons

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with high experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Build a garrote.

Tema II: Build a spear.

theme III: Build a stone ax.

Topic IV: Build a bow and arrow.

Tema V: other tools.

Course assembly shelters

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with high experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Building a shelter.

Tema II: Shelter site.

theme III: Refuge in a vehicle.

Topic IV: sanctuaries.

Tema V: Shelter with a plastic sheet.

Theme VI: SHELTER with a lifeboat.

His VII: Shed.

topic VIII: A fallen tree shelter.

Tema IX: Stand shelter shaped branch A.

topic X: Refuge trunk.

Tema XI: other shelters.

Scene XII: The bed.

Tema XIII: Shelters hot deserts.

XIV Theme: Shelters in cold areas and mountains.

theme XV: Refuge in the rainforest.

Boat building course

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is required.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: General concepts.

Tema II: How to build a boat.

theme III: Construction Methods.

Topic IV: Metal construction- steel

Tema V: Aluminum-metal construction

Theme VI: Wood Construction.

His VII: other Holed.

Course to learn how to make fire with different materials

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Make fire with water.

Tema II: Make fire by friction.

theme III: Making and using carbonized cotton firelighter.

Topic IV: Light a fire with a bar Ferrocerium.

Tema V: Make an arc of fire.

Theme VI: Make fire with napalm.

His VII: Make natural charcoal.

topic VIII: Make fire with virulana.

Tema IX: makeshift fireplace and campfire.

topic X: Make fire with lenses.

Tema XI: Make fire with flint and steel.

Scene XII: Ardo make fire with friction.

Tema XIII: Make fire with the Sierra method.

XIV Theme: Make fire with belt method.

theme XV: other methods.

Course of medicinal botany

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 32 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Mountain medicinal plants.

Tema II: Medicinal plants in general.

theme III: edible plants.

Topic IV: ethnobotany. vegetable útliles. Allergenic and toxic medicinal plant. Relations between botany and health sciences and related.

Tema V: geographical sources and ecology auto plant drugs.

Theme VI: clubmosses, horsetails and ferns.

His VII: Ginkgo, conifers and efedras.

topic VIII: Major lineages of angiosperms.

Tema IX: Magnolidas.

topic X: monocotiledóneas- baseline groups

Tema XI: monocotiledóneas- commelinidas.

Scene XII: Eudicotiledóneas.

Tema XIII: Eudicotiledones. rosids Malvidas.

XIV Theme: supplying water plants.

Orientation course

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

– The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

– No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 62 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Guidance as routine technique and survival.

Tema II: Disciplines guidance.

theme III: Mapping.

Topic IV: Route calculation Charter.

Tema V: Position or location.

Theme VI: Types position.

His VII: rectangular and polar coordinates.

topic VIII: classical position determination with map and compass.

Tema IX: Improved position compass.

topic X: Other ways to determine the position.

Tema XI: Orientation.

Scene XII: Targeting methods.

Tema XIII: non-instrumental methods.

XIV Theme: rational methods.

theme XV: empirical methods.

theme XVI: magnetic declination.

topic XVII: Orientation and astronomical position.

topic XVIII: land navigation.

topic XIX: References.

topic XX: asic navigation geometric patterns.

XXI Scene: classical navigation without maps.

Theme 22: Draw, rodeo and meeting.

Theme 22: Misceláneas

Tema XXIII: GPS

Tema XXIV: Introduction to the Moving Map

Theme XXV: No compass bearings.

Astrology course

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE OF PROFESSORS:

The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 40 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Introduction to Astrology.

Tema II: History.

theme III: Construction and calculation Horoscope.

Topic IV: astrological elements.

Tema V: The planets.

Theme VI: Classification of signs and synthesis of nature.

His VII: Features of the ten main planets.

topic VIII: The aspects.

Tema IX: the meaning of the aspects guide.

topic X: atrológica worldview.

Tema XI: the Radix.

Scene XII: The Zodiac as a way of learning.

Tema XIII: Houses.

XIV Theme: dualities.

theme XV: triplicities.

theme XVI: Astral chart.

topic XVII: Transits letter.

topic XVIII: Solar revolution.

topic XIX: secondary progressions.

topic XX: Sinastría.

XXI Scene: composite chart.

Theme 22: Basics of medical astrology.

Tema XXIII: Guided by the stars.

Hunting and fishing course

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 35 hours

MODULES and course content:

I Tema: huntable species.

Tema II: threatened and endangered.

theme III: Peirodos working modalities and hunting.

Topic IV: Hunting orientation.

Tema V: Administrative Requirements for hunter.

Theme VI: Categories of weapons.

His VII: Basic rules for the use of traps.

topic VIII: Loop traps.

Tema IX: Mechanisms as 4

topic X: Bait traps.

Tema XI: Fishing.

Scene XII: Angling.

Tema XIII: Hand Fishing.

XIV Theme: Spearfishing, spear or trident.

theme XV: fishhooks sleepers.

theme XVI: limitations, prohibitions and offenses in the field hunting.

Offering products and services

QUALIFICATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE OF TEACHERS:

The staff are professional security and defense sector with extensive experience in the sector.

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS:

No previous experience is needed.

NUMBER OF HOURS: 35 hours

MODULES AND COURSE CONTENT:

I Tema: Tracking history of human evolution.

Tema II: environmental and human connection.

theme III: Tracking applied to supervivenia.

Topic IV: Location of wildlife such as trophic resource.

Tema V: Site selection for traps.

Theme VI: Interpretation of the acoustic signals.

His VII: Recognition of areas of activity.

topic VIII: Non-invasive techniques of communication.

Tema IX: Anticipation and movement.

topic X: Introduction to human trace.

Tema XI: Reading fingerprints.

Scene XII: Tracking basics.

Tema XIII: The tracker team.

Topic IV: Security activity tracking.

Contact

  • Address

    Velez road, 5
    Pago de los Llanos
    Monachil (Granada)

  • Phone

    620 297 355

  • Email

    marizquierdo@gmail.com


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