New Fall Course Added: Basic Human Tracking

I’m excited to add a new class to the course schedule for the Fall- Basic Man Tracking on 7-8 September 2019. The class will be instructed by Holy Serf, a retired LEO, 82nd Airborne Combat Engineer and Medic, Wilderness First Responder and EMT, and having run this same course to professional law enforcement and search and rescue teams for many years. He has trained with some of the very best names in this field and this course is coming by request. It’s a sorely lacking fieldcraft skill by a large number of people.

His write up:

Basic Human Tracking Course will cover the basic foundation of human tracking using the “Ab Taylor Step-By-Step” method. This method is presently taught to the military, search & rescue and law enforcement. There will be short PowerPoint programs in the mornings and the remaining times will be in the field in various tracking exercises. The course will also cover photography and casting of a track. Course fee will be $200 per student.

Class size is limited to 12 students.

Check out the packing list page for details on the needed equipment for the course. The class will be conducted at our NC location and reservations are by deposit only. And while you’re browsing check out the other courses I’ve got listed.

If you’re interested send an email to brushbeater@tutanota.com for additional info.

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