Active Shooter/ Active Threat Training (4-6 Hours)

We live in a world where the dangers of an Active Threat are becoming increasingly present during our day to day lives, are you and the people around you prepared to deal with such a threat?.  During this course students will learn what an Active Threat is and what signs to look for prior to an Active Threat Incident occurring (Attack Precursors). They will also learn life saving Mindset and Tactics on how to deal with the dangers an Active Threat presents. This course will help employers and organizations determine best practices and policies in dealing with ongoing incidents and threats that may occur.

Our Course is modeled very closely to the Department  of Homeland Securities “Run, Hide, Fight!” Active Shooter Training. However, we purposely refer to these situations as Active Threats Incidents because, as current events are showing, those who purport such acts of violence are using more than just firearms during these incidents (Trucks, Explosives, Edged Weapons, etc).

Proficient Survival Handgun (8-10 Hours)

During this course we teach you how to use force to overcome violence and ultimately survive. The whole premise behind Proficient Survival Handgun relates to teaching you the necessary skills to have a survival level of proficiency to win an encounter with Violent Criminal Actors. Subjects covered in this course include: Survival Mindset, Gun Handling Skills Under Stress, Proper Use of Tactics and Movement, Proper Use of Cover and Concealment, Malfunction Clearances, Unconventional Shooting Positions, and Much More...This is the course to take if you want to learn how to Survive the Fight when it Comes to You!

Everyday Tactical Medicine (8-10 Hours)

No one wants to watch a friend or a loved one die during an Active Threat Incident/ Traumatic Event. That is where Everyday Tactical Medicine comes in! During this course students will learn about the Life Saving Mindset as well as all the necessary skills to provide self aid or aid to another during a traumatic medical emergency when seconds count the most. Students will learn proper interventions for the most commonly encountered treatable injuries during a tactical scenario. They will also learn methods for extracting oneself and casualties from an ongoing incident scene. This course contains a huge amount of learning material, meaning that Joe Citizen along with the most seasoned Paramedic, Cop, or Soldier can be in the same classroom and all have the ability to gain life saving knowledge. 

   *Students will also receive a Tourniquet upon completion of this training.

Law Enforcement First Responder- Tactical Casualty Care (8 Hours) 

LEFR-TCC teaches public safety first responders (law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMS, and other first responders) the basic medical care interventions that will help save an injured responders life until EMS practitioners can safely enter a tactical scene. The course combines the principles of PHTLS (Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support) and TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care), with the training provided to military medics by all branches of our Armed Services. It is consistent with Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) guidelines,  and meets the recommendation of the Hartford Consensus Document on Improving Survivability during active threat/ shooter events. Course participants will learn life-saving medical actions such as bleeding control with a tourniquet, bleeding control with gauze packs/ hemostatic agents( IE quick-clot combat gauze), opening the airway to allow casualties to breath, and the insertion of a basic nasal pharyngeal airway to secure the airways of casualties. Students will also learn the hierarchy of survival principles when a medical emergency occurs during a tactical incident/ fight.        

  *Students will also receive a Tourniquet upon completion of this training.

Bleeding Control (4-6 Hours)

Bleeding Control (BCON) was motivated by the 2012 tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary and multiple tragedies that have occurred since that time. With what is known as the Hartford Consensus, leaders in law enforcement, representatives from the federal government, and the medical community convened to  address the issue of survivability from traumatic injuries during man made or natural mass casualty events. The resulting information concluded that survivable injuries that resulted in fatalities often were related to severe bleeding, which when left unattended to in a timely manner, caused the death of the casualties. The consensus concluded that by providing first responders (LE, Fire, EMS) and Civilian bystanders with the basic skills and equipment to stop uncontrolled bleeding in an emergency situation, lives would be saved. Skills the student will learn consist of the proper application of tourniquets as first line life-saving interventions as well as proper application of packing gauze/ hemostatic agents to areas of uncontrolled bleeding.   

   *Students will also receive a Tourniquet upon completion of this training. 

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care- (16 Hours)

TECC was developed as the Stateside Civilian/ Law Enforcement counterpart to the Military Tactical Combat Casualty Care(TCCC), with changes being related to the differences between civilian populated areas and active combat zones, all the while maintaining the core objective of providing interventions for traumatic injuries and increasing survivability to preventable loss of life injuries. During this 16 hour course students will learn about the 3 major preventable loss of life injuries (uncontrolled bleeding, tension pneumothorax, and obstructed airway) and their interventions. Students will also learn how to properly perform MARCH Assessments on casualties, techniques for moving  casualties as a single operator and as a member of a team element, and the hierarchy of survival during the various phases of care during a tactical incident.        

  *Students will also receive a Tourniquet upon completion of this training.

American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/ AED- (Approx. 4 Hours)

AHA Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training is the Gold Standard for CPR/ AED Training, with every other certifying body using guidelines set forth by the American Heart Association. CPR training aims to show individuals who may be present during a cardiac emergency the proper skills for handling said emergency. Skills the student will learn during the course include proper procedure for chest compressions, opening of the airway, hooking up and delivering a shock with the AED (Automated External Defibrillator).

American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid- (Approx. 4 Hours)

AHA Heart Saver First Aid is a course that teaches students critical skills to respond to and manage an emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services arrives. Students learn duties and responsibilities of first aid rescuers; first aid actions for medical emergencies, including severe choking, heart attack, and stroke; and skills for handling injury and environmental emergencies, including external bleeding, broken bones and sprains, and bites and stings.

American Heart Association Basic Life Support- (Approx. 4 Hours)

The AHA BLS Course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED. Students participate in simulated clinical scenarios and learning stations. Students work with an AHA BLS Instructor to complete BLS skills practice and skills testing. Students also complete a written exam.

Mental Health First Aid- (8 Hours)

Just as CPR helps assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps to assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis. In the Mental Health First Aid course, students learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help someone in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help. Students also learn the basis for responding to Mental Health Emergencies through the use of an Action Plan.