Survival Outdoor Schule
the source and research place in nature survival

 

  Survival

  Steinzeitliche Künste

  Survivalkünste

  Tätigkeiten der SOS

  Iglukurse: Leben im Schnee

  Elemente aller SOS-Kurse Spurenlesen

  Zur SOS

  Standpunkte/Informationen

+ SOS Kurse:

SOS I: Grundkurs
SOS II: Fortgeschrittenenkurs
SOS III: Experten
SOS IV: Steinzeitliches Handwerk
SOS V: Fortgeschrittenes Handwerk
SOS VI: Essbare Wildpfl.&Steinz. Küche F
SOS VI: Essbare Wildpfl.&Steinz. Küche H
SOS Essbare Wildpflanzen im Winter
SOS VII: Wahrnehmungstraining
SOS VIII: Spurenlesen
SOS IX: Fortgeschrittenes Spurenlesen
SOS X: Tierverarbeitung
SOS XI: Steinzeitliches Gerben
SOS XII: Expert Spurenlesen
SOS XIII: Scout Kurs

SOS Ufer Survival
SOS Wasser Finden Beurteilen Behandeln
SOS Wildnis Medizin
SOS Leadership und Kommunikation
SOS Survival Philosophie
SOS Kurs: Für Kinder
SOS Kurs: Für Jugendliche 14-17 Jahre
SOS Iglukurs I
SOS Iglukurs II
SOS Iglukurs III
SOS Iglunacht
SOS Survival Schneidern
SOS Survival Workshop for Pilots

  SOS Kurse: Chronologisch

  Anmeldetalon

  SOS sucht Grundstück

  SOS-Teilnehmer Treffen

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SOS I: Basic Training (English)

course tuition: Fr. 690.-/€ 575.-
Included: Course management, cooking equipment.
Not included: Meals (approx. Fr. 50/€ 40), travel to and from the course location.
Duration: 4 days, Data see chronological overview
Specials: ---
Target group: every age from 17 years. There are participants from 17 to 70 years!

The SOS Survival course to learn all the important survival techniques. During this week, all things are taught on a material and spiritual level that are necessary to live in nature for 2-3 weeks without artificial aids. This course is the basis for all SOS courses including winter courses. In this course we will not go on long hikes, but use the time intensively to learn as much as possible in a few days: the participants can sleep in tents/lawn brought along, we feed ourselves from food brought along. The whole field of knowledge is enormous and we do not expect you to master everything from the beginning. For this, today's man, as well as the man living in the stone age, needs a whole life. Everyone can experience everything learned later in his own rhythm, with his own limits.

warme, wasserdichte, aus nicht lebenden Naturmaterialien gebaute Unterkunft

  • we will build a shelter that is waterproof and warm without tent & sleeping bag.

  • we will get to know wild plants that can feed us sufficiently for the foreseeable future This includes salad and vegetable plants, spice production, tea and plants for smoking/smudges

  • we find out where water can be found, see if it is drinkable and if it can be purified

  • how a fire is lit without artificial aids; 100 applications around the fire.

  • how to read traces, interpretations and sequences of prints. Techniques of wiping traces.

  • About 1/5 of the time we will train our senses, and awaken the human instinct for extended attention.

  • we learn how Stone Age survival skills can be successfully applied in the civilized world.

Film excerpt: Personal thoughts of Christof Hagen and survival philosophy, In the background construction of a debris hut. > sorry, exerpt is in German language!