Active Shooter and Mass Attack Training
Our goal is to provide the information, knowledge and training needed to prepare for, respond to, manage and survive active shooter or mass attack events.
We currently offer 3 educational seminars:
This fast-paced, dynamic, 1-hour seminar is geared towards students who wants to be prepared for the possibility of an active shooter or mass attack event. The focus is on being prepared for an attack before it occurs, the courses of action that are available if an attack occurs, having the proper mindset and, most-importantly, having the will to survive an attack.
This 2-hour seminar is geared toward the everyday person, parent and teenager who wants to be prepared for the possibility of an active shooter or mass attack event. In addition to the lessons taught in seminar 1, this seminar examines the history of mass attacks in the United States and the lessons learned from those attacks, as well as understanding our own human physiology and how we can survive.
This 4-hour seminar is geared toward professionals, employees of at risk facilities, adults and older teenagers. It encompasses everything taught in seminars 1 and 2 with a more in-depth look at the history of active shooter and mass attack events, the psychology and motives of the attackers, why it is that while so many have died others have found ways to survive. Real-life scenarios are included in this session.
Based upon the SIPCoDE / BFF principles, participants will learn to better-understand how to identify a threat, predict what will happen, determine the best course of action, execute that course of action, and survive.
Cover or Concealment
Our educational seminars are typically provided in a classroom or auditorium setting and feature a dynamic, instructor-led presentation.
A recent report by the FBI, which studied 160 active shooter incidents in the United States between 2000 and 2013, concluded that:
“Recognizing the increased active shooter threat and the swiftness with which active shooter incidents unfold, these study results support the importance of training and exercises— not only for law enforcement but also for citizens. It is important, too, that training and exercises include not only an understanding of the threats faced but also the risks and options available in active shooter incidents.”