​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​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

 ELECTIVE TOPIC 
(Adds 1.5  Hours) 
(Only available with Level 2 Training)
TRIAGE:
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.

Covered areas:

Arterial bleeds and other bleeding
Moving an injured victim
Tourniquets (when to apply and how)
Lack of breathing
Lack of pulse
Broken bones
Head Trauma

​​​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.


FIRST PHASE

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


SECOND PHASE

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.