Microtraining is an educational strategy that breaks complex topics down into short-form, stand-alone units of study that can be taught by the most adept person at that task, and compiled with multiple sub-tasks to form an overall end result. For example: a professional race car driver teaching steering inputs, and reactive driving for convoy operations.  A competitive shooter teaching trigger manipulation, and fundamentals for marksmanship; or a behavioral scientist teaching de-escalation techniques, and cognitive responses to fight or flight for high-stress situations. Our goal at Fend is to foster an environment of collaborative education where egos are checked at the door, and subject-matter experts can educate and inform the community with their passions in various crafts and disciplines in self-preservation.