ACTIVE SHOOTER THREAT TRAINING LEVEL -LEVEL ONE ( 1 )
Two (2) Hours
This awareness level training assists individuals to develop instant reactions; design and utilize proactive action plans during a possible attack and to survive. There will be a clear understanding of ideologies, motivations and components of aggressors; enhanced awareness to identify behavioral red flags; basic tactics to overcome and disarm an active shooter.
THE objective of this course is: Assist to develop personal situational awareness and an enhanced survival mindset, to develop an action plan (personal/professional), and to react, without hesitation, during an attack of this nature.
PARTICIPANTS will have an opportunity to participate in basic hands on methods in controlling/ disarming and stopping the attacker(s) until law enforcement arrives or the threat no longer exist.
COUNTER RESPONSE - ACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING
Option for both levels
(Adds 1.5 Hours)
(Only available with Level 2 Training)
LEARN the process of prioritizing or sorting of the moderate/ non-life threatening injuries or the seriously injured victims for treatment according to the seriousness of the condition or injury.
Arterial bleeds and other bleeding
Moving an injured victim
Tourniquets (when to apply and how)
Lack of breathing
Lack of pulse
ACTIVE SHOOTER THREAT TRAINING - LEVEL TWO ( 2 )
Four (4) Hours
THIS version contains extended analysis of past events (most recent mass shootings), trends, progression of these incidents and the contributing factors; addressing the three areas of Run, Hide and Fight.
Prepares individuals how to react to a highly stressful situation, to recognize a valid threat and not to deny instincts; how to communicate with management, and what their responsibilities include. The employee will have a better understanding of the causes, behaviors and the basic tactics to survive an active shooter incident.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE:National average time of law enforcement response to an active shooter incident is 12MINUTES …
THE Last phase of this four-hour course, focuses on the last resort- fighting the attacker. We will teach attendees how to stage a room or other area, to take the fight to the aggressor; using offensive and defensive tactics. Direct combatives are an additional focus, striking the shooter, disarming, weapons retention, and ending the active threat.