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An idea born between Carolyn Fry and Ellen Ripley, Space Training is exactly what it sounds like: a class on various aspects of surviving in space, from general health tips to shuttle safety to how specific parts of the Tranquility work. As a safety measure in case she should disappear and to make sure the information is accessible to anyone who comes after the classes, Carolyn has recorded each session and compiled them for future reference.

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SESSION 001 Edit

SESSION 001: General Health, Nutrition, and Fitness; Shuttle Safety and Procedures; Evacuation Procedures

HEALTH: Fitness and preparation, the importance of a balanced diet, discussion about the stasis goo possibly having vitamins that have helped people stay healthy, discussion about group meals for morale & proper nutrition, discussion about the gym areas/fitness equipment.

SHUTTLES: The basics of boarding, securing themselves and others, securing the shuttle itself, and getting back out again should the automatic locks fail. Pilot training on request; talk to Carolyn after class.

EMERGENCY BOARDING DRILL

SESSION 002 Edit

SESSION 002: Decontamination Procedures; Space Suits; Shuttle Review

DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES: Use of the decontamination chambers, including how, when, and why to use them.

SPACE SUITS: Use of space suits, including how, when, and why to use them. Stress of the low number of space suits and the importance of being careful while wearing them.

SHUTTLE REVIEW: The basics of boarding, securing themselves and others, securing the shuttle itself, and getting back out again should the automatic locks fail. Pilot training on request; talk to Carolyn after class.

SESSION 003 Edit

SESSION 003: Evacuation Procedures; General Spaceship Safety; Tranquility-Specific Safety

EVACUATION PROCEDURES: Now the formal evacuation protocol for the ship, passengers will go over what to do in the event of emergency evacuation, including what items are considered necessities and what they may be asked to leave behind, shuttle boarding, securing themselves in the shuttle, and the importance of not panicking. Pilot training on request; talk to Carolyn after class.

EMERGENCY BOARDING DRILL

GENERAL SAFETY: Things You Should Not Do On A Spaceship, including but not limited to fire safety, weapons safety, and equipment safety. Includes information on how these things can be used effectively without damaging the ship or yourself, the possible consequences of using things improperly, and the proper steps to take if you should notice something unsafe aboard the ship.

TRANQUILITY-SPECIFIC SAFETY: Things You Should Not Do On The Tranquility, including but not limited to wandering the deeper parts of the ship to try and explore, reverse-hacking or seeking out unknown entities, and jump safety.

SESSION 004 Edit

SESSION 004: Health & Safety With Dr. Simon Tam; Tranquility-specific History and Information; Universe-specific Information

HEALTH & SAFETY: The importance of medical care, sterilization, basic wound care, general health, automated medical systems, radiation, etc.

TRANQUILITY-SPECIFIC HISTORY & INFO: See here and here.

UNIVERSE-SPECIFIC INFO: What the characters know about this universe so far (it isn't a lot).

SESSION 005 Edit

SESSION 005: REVIEW OF ALL PREVIOUS LESSONS

SESSION 006 Edit

SESSION 006: Stasis and You; Evacuation Procedures; General Overview

STASIS: What we know about stasis on the Tranquility, including information on the gravity couches. Related forms of preservation for travel (such as cryosleep) and how they may relate. Discussion.

EVACUATION PROCEDURES: Now the formal evacuation protocol for the ship, passengers will go over what to do in the event of emergency evacuation, including what items are considered necessities and what they may be asked to leave behind, shuttle boarding, securing themselves in the shuttle, and the importance of not panicking. Pilot training on request; talk to Carolyn after class.

GENERAL OVERVIEW