I think that in many ways, this will be the true birth of PEP1.
Three years from now, I hope that we will offer three PEP1 courses each year, and folks will pay something like $1800 for the two week course. Maybe three years after that, there will be 20 places that will offer PEP1 courses and maybe a few that will do something PEX1 that is not PEP1.
Hopefully, at the end of this course, most of the students will end up with a PEP1 certification. And the few that don't will have just a few tiny things they can do at home to finish up.
Along the way, we should be able to refine the requirements for PEP1. And each badge. And each BB.
Basic food staples will be provided. But the students will need to cook for themselves and clean up after themselves.