Active Shooter Self Defense Techniques Course

/Active Shooter Self Defense Techniques Course
Active Shooter Self Defense Techniques Course 2017-08-07T14:10:23+00:00

Active Shooter Response
Self Defense Techniques

 

LENGTH

2 Hour

 

COST

TBD

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Course Description

Regardless of your security experience, if you are unfortunate enough to be caught in an active-shooter situation, you are on your own, and need a way to protect yourself. Violent acts start and end rapidly. This class will help you become more aware of the actions you can take to disarm perpetrators using only empty-hand skills and your body’s natural reaction to stressful situations.

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Who Should Attend

Any individual who wants to increase their situational awareness and learn the essentials of how to respond in an active shooter situation.

Course Schedule

Are you looking to train your entire team or department how to respond and mitigate an Active Shooter situation?
The Active Shooter Essentials Interactive eLearning program is a perfect self-paced module for introducing you to Active Shooter safety and response procedures.
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Pick Your Date and Time2 HourOnline or In PersonINQUIRE NOW

Course Objectives

  • Know the definition of an Active Shooter
  • Gain better understanding of Active Shooter incidents
  • Recognize potential workplace violence indicators
  • Familiarize with organizational Active Shooter incident response plan
  • Be able to identify the three modes of action during an active shooter incident:
    • EVACUATE/RUN, HIDE, & TAKE ACTION/FIGHT

Course Outline

  • Emergency Exits
  • Impact Question (Gain understanding of class dynamics)
  • Instructor Introduction
  • Agenda
  • Introduction video
  • Pathway to Violence
  • California Stand your Ground Law
  • California Imminent Danger
  • Natural Human Response
    • Fight, Flight & Freeze
  • Understanding weapons
  • Dynamics of weapons
  • Review of Self Defense Techniques
    • Redirection/Off Balance
    • Long Object Takedown
    • One on One Takedown
    • Two on One Takedown
  • Self Defense Techniques Practical
  • Course Summary

Active Shooter Response
Self Defense Techniques

Related Courses

      • Active Shooter Response
      • Active Shooter Response Essentials
      • Situational Awareness

Why Choose Us

      • YOUR GOALS ARE OUR GOALS!

        Our clients are satisfied with long term partnerships and growing successful organizations.

      • KEEP EVERYONE SAFE

        There is no amount of time or money can account for the very preventable damage of an crisis such as Active Shooters, Unwanted Intruders, or Workplace Violence.

      • LEARN FROM THE BEST.

        Your strategic vision and goals matters most, and needs to be a part of our long term strategy.

What Clients Say

“Jonathan has the ability to connect with our employees while delivering this sensitive content. Many of us entered the training session scared but left empowered that we could handle an Active Shooter Situation. His ability to mix up lecture and hands on practice made me realize how simple it is to be safe!”

Marie, Private Educational Institution

“When Jon came to evaluate our campus for an Onsite Risk Assessment and we scored poorly. He was able to identify areas of improvement to our operations, property management and security team which instantly made our employees and students feel more secure.”

Tiffany, Private Education Manager

“Coming from a law enforcement and executive protection background, I have had several classes relating to this area over the years. However, I found this particular training by Tomer Benito to be the best counter terrorism training I have ever received. These instructors were extremely experienced and their lecture and training techniques were first-rate and extremely informative. I strongly recommend that this course taught by these two instructors be offered to all DHS management. I’m afraid that we as a federal agency are so misinformed and under-informed in this area that it reduces our ability to accomplish our mission and objectives. I understand that terrorism is only one of our primary areas of responsibility, but I find it very alarming how little most of us know in this area.”

Steve Knox, Research Lead Command, Control and Interoperability Division (CID) Science & Technology Directorate Department of Homeland Security, TASC