Tag Archives: Active Shooter Response Training

Active Shooter Response

Active Shooter Response Designed for the first responder to isolate and neutralize an active shooter and establish a plan to integrate fire and emergency services in an active shooter situation. By utilizing reality/scenario based force on force immersion techniques, participants will learn a variety of tactical subject matters such as establishing an initial command post,

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Armed Response to Active Shooter

Course Description: The Armed Response to Active Shooter is a reality based scenario course that prepares you for the most dangerous scenarios anyone could be confronted within a public environment. This course places a strong emphasis on mastering the skills of “gun fighting” as a licensed concealed carry citizen and on tactics used in the

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Armed Response to Active Shooter

Course Description: The Armed Response to Active Shooter is a reality based scenario course that prepares you for the most dangerous scenarios anyone could be confronted within a public environment. This course places a strong emphasis on mastering the skills of “gun fighting” as a licensed concealed carry citizen and on tactics used in the

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Dangerous Public Encounters

Course Description: The Dangerous Public Encounters is a reality based scenario course that prepares you for the most dangerous scenarios anyone could be confronted within a public environment. This course places a strong emphasis on mastering the skills of “gun fighting” as a licensed concealed carry citizen and on tactics used in the confines of

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Reality based training utilizing non-lethal training ammunition. RBT NLTA

Active Shooter Response

Active Shooter Response Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to plan, coordinate, and deploy first-responder tactics to an active shooter. Designed to provide the knowledge and skills to successfully handle an active threat event, participants will be able to demonstrate proficiency through hands on training to manage these situations. By utilizing dynamic

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