One hour of instruction on armed response: Keynote presentation, how the gun works, how to stop the gun from working, life safety, geometry of fire and shooting positions, movement/ready positions, fundamentals (sight/target focus, trigger control, etc), training drills
Three hours of instruction on unarmed response: Keynote presentation, warm up (functional for task at hand), combative training, pistol and rifle disarms, solo tackles, team tackles, training drills
One hour of trauma care: stopping massive bleeding (care under fire and tactical field care), use of IFAK type medical kit, practical application
One hour of “bringing it all together”: training drills designed to expose students to all elements of the training
Dress in athletic clothing in climate controlled environment.
Bring water or sports drink and high energy snacks for the day.