OK, I know that 98.326% of the members here are nine feet tall, bullet-proof, and have chest hair like a steel-wool factory. So this ain't for you. I would think there might be one or two parents who did not have a father, or might want to learn basic survival skills with their child.
This would not be some para-military thing, but a family weekend event. I am thinking maybe six or eight adult forum members, and their children (maybe up to 12 or 15 children total).
I would NOT be the teacher, but each parent would be assigned a subject: Debris shelters, Water, travel over ice/falling through ice, fire building skills, animal tracks, etc. the children would love the experience and the parents would have to learn one subject.
I really don't know why this is not taught in the school system.
This would NOT be even remotely about making money, but children learning, and creating an appetite for more survival knowledge, in a fun environment.
So, is there a need........and are there members willing to create it. This would not be a commercial enterprise. I envision this like the AGCA "Children's Shoot" at Birchwood.
If the basic outline could be created, it could be handed to Churches, private schools, clubs.