Survival, disaster & safety presentations, workshops & gear
CAPS Aviation (CAPs) is a Corporate Air Parts Company
Burbank Fire Training Center
1845 N. Ontario Street, Burbank, CA 91505
SOS Survival Products - Van Nuys, CA. (July 8, 8 am to 5 pm, Hands-on Wilderness & Disaster Survival)
Crewmember Safety Training to charter pilots and flight attendants (1-day)
FAR 135.331 Crewmember Emergency Training. This workshop exceeds the FAA's strict requirements for charter aircrews. Also open to the public. The course is specially valuable for nervous flyers and those who want to understand how better to react in during an emergency. Usually every Wednesday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Current Schedule: June 7, 14, 21 & 28. July 5, 12, 19,& 26. August 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30. COST: $525.00.
Aviation Oriented American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid Course (1-day)
Two-year certification American Heart Association' Heartsaver First Aid, CPR & AED certification emphasizing corporate aviation issues, especially when more than an hour away from medical help. Some of the training is held inside CAPS' in-house Gulf Stream aircraft. This course is designed for aircrews, but is open to anyone. Current Schedule: June 20, 22 & 27. July 11 & 25. August 8, 15, & 29. COST: $195.00.
Several Specific Presentations (30 min to a workshop)
The following topics can be introduced in an hour or expanded as much as need, time and finances allow. Click on each title for more information.
Disaster & Outdoor Survival… Designed for those wishing to be more self-sufficient when faced with, or helping others, during a disaster.
Wilderness Survival…For outdoor enthusiasts and adventurers.
Working Outdoors Safely…For businesses and organizations with outdoor workers exposed to heat, cold and inclement weather.
Water Survival…This session is designed to put the challenges of cold water survival into perspective for mariners and boaters.
Scheduled Courses & Events (described below)
15705 Strathern Street, #11
Van Nuys, CA 91406-1307
SOS Outdoor Survival Workshop - 2017
DATES: July 8, Sept 9 & Nov 4, 2017, 8 am to 5 pm
Description: Increase your self-reliance and self-sufficiency when faced with any type of emergency by participating in this fast-paced and entertaining course. The workshop mixes detailed academic presentations with plenty of hands-on, outdoor activities.
Contents: Classroom & Outdoor Labs: Preparation; PMA; Energy; Maintaining 98.6°; Clothing & Equipment; Survival Priorities; Shelter; Fire; Signaling; Improvisation; Water & Food; Medical Emergencies; Environmental Injuries; Sanitation; and Survival Equipment & Kits.
Inglewood CERT - Englewood, CA., Outdoor Survival (June 20, 2017, 6:30 to 8:00 pm)
BICEPP (Business & Industry Council For Emergency Planning & Preparedness) - Jul 27, Burbank, CA.
Awesome group to work with. Really enjoyed myself. I think the survival techniques presented should be part of every CERT program. Can't be guaranteed to have anything with you but yourself after a disaster, right? So, what do you think it really takes to survive? More than flimsy space blankets and rations.
Presented by Inglewood CERT for its Bi-Monthly General Meeting.
Please join us for the Bi-monthly General Meeting on Tuesday, 20 June, 6:30-8PM, at the District 2 Community Center. See the attached flyer for details. The topic is Outdoor Survival and it will be led by Tim Kneeland.
This workshop is designed to increase your self-reliance and self-sufficiency whether camping, traveling, or backyard camping in a disaster. Topics include: Maintaining body temperature / Clothing & Equipment / Recognizing Real Emergencies / Survival Priorities / Kinds of Shelters / Using metal matches & building a fire in inclement weather / Signaling with mirrors.
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CAPS Aviation - Van Nuys, CA. (Weekly Survival & Medical Training for Aviators)
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BTW - Participated in SOS's awesome 2-day annual Sidewalk Sale on June 2 & 3, 2017. Lots of fun and great bargains for attendees and on-line shoppers. I demonstrated how to build a fire with a spark and cotton ball saturated with Vaseline. And answered survival questions. Lots of fun.
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7641 Densmore Ave
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Topics, Delivery & Suggested Presentations
BICEPP’s Disaster Survival Skills Workshop
Thursday, July 27, 2017, 8 am - 1 pm
Description: Outdoor adventurers are often faced with surviving Nature’s greatest challenges with limited resources. What can an understanding of these survival skills offer contingency planners, disaster professionals and everyday concerned citizens? This seminar, taught by a survival expert with decades of experience, will explore the most important outdoor survival strategies and techniques and demonstrate ways to incorporate them to save lives during urban disasters.
Workshop Structure: In addition to an engaging presentation, attendees will get the opportunity to participate in hands-on training to better prepare them to cope with disasters. Tim will demonstrate and stress how to keep survivors positive, engaged and protected, all while accomplishing the critical tasks that will help keep people alive and comfortable until rescue comes.