Active Shooter Response Training

Audience:

Any organization that has gatherings, events, education or companies with employees.

 

Scope:

The curriculum is based on what to do in the terrible event of an active shooter. How to move to the scene and prevent further loss, also what to do after the shooter(s) have been stopped. In today’s world there should be someone in every business, educational facility and large gathering place (including churches) that has the understanding and ability to deal with this awful threat.

 

Participants should be prepared to train in all weather conditions. This program is both classroom and hours on the range. Participants should come to class with an open mind and a good attitude, willing to interact with other students in thought provoking scenarios.

 

A training day is 8 to 9 hours, 8:30 am to 5:00 or 5:30pm, with 30 minutes for lunch. It is highly recommend that you bring your lunch as you will have no options within 15 mins of the range. It is also recommended you have snacks, some will be available such as power bars and granola bars. Otherwise, please bring your own.

 

**Course can be broken into different segments upon request in order to fit your work schedules, must have a minimum of 5 participants for this option. **

Length & Price: (1-3) Day ($180-$540) Course length based on company/individual needs.

Topics, Concepts and Skills:

  • Response to active shooter
  • Plan formulation
  • Search and rescue techniques
  • Movement techniques
  • Team movement techniques
  • Ammo/firearm selection criteria
  • Establishment of CCP
  • More….

 

Prerequisites and Physical Requirements

  1. Must be eligible to legally carry/own a handgun.
  2. Students must possess their own handgun and holster.
  3. Student should be prepared to train in all weather.
  4. Student must possess the physical strength and stamina to fire their firearms and sit in a classroom.

 

Required Equipment

  • Pistol (semi-auto or revolver)
  • 1-3 Magazines (for semi-auto) OR 1-3 Speed loaders/Moon clips (for revolvers)
  • Sturdy belt at least 1.5” wide (recommended, not required)
  • Cap with brim (baseball or boonie style)
  • T-Shirt with crew neck collar (no V-necks)
  • Long pants (no shorts)
  • Rain Jacket and pull-over style sweatshirt (for concealed carry training)
  • Light hiking boots or running shoes. NO open toed shoes allowed!
  • Hearing protection (available upon request, no charge)
  • Wrap around eye protection (available upon request, no charge)
  • Water bottle or hydration system
  • Foul weather clothing
  • Note taking materials (pen, paper and highlighter)
  • 150-200 rounds of range ammo (available for purchase at BRM with advanced notice)

**If you do not possess any of the above gear/ammunition, please contact Kevin as far out from the course date as possible**

 

Optional Equipment

  • Long sleeve ‘Sun’ shirt  / Sunscreen /    Bug spray     /   Magazine Pouch

Teaching Style:

At Blue Ridge Marksmanship, we help you to gain a better understanding for your firearm. We help your gun handling abilities improve and we teach you ‘a way’ to shoot. There are millions of ways to fire a gun and hit a target, we will help you find the best one for you, not hammer you into ‘the way’ to shoot.

North Carolina’s Premier Shooting School