LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING
This 2 day / 16-hour course is designed to teach the student how to utilize a low power variable optic on an AR platform. The student will learn how to rapidly engage targets under 50 yards while quickly transitioning to engage targets with precision shots at distances of 100, 200 and 300 yards.
Knowing how to shoot is an important requirement for police firearms instructors, but they must also know how to teach others to shoot and handle firearms. This course will help you develop the additional knowledge, skills, and techniques needed to organize and teach firearm courses.
This course is recommended for the person that always wanted to learn about guns but didn’t know where to start. The course covers the basic functions of a pistol, ammunition and the fundamentals of shooting. The student will be familiar with the features and function of a semi-automatic pistol and be able to effectively engage a stationary target.
Course is recommended for those seeking to attend and receive a License to Carry.
This course concentrates on fundamentals of shooting and reinforces positive habits that will enable to attendee to engage a stationary target out to 15 yards. Students will perform a condensed version of the Texas License to Carry live fire qualification course.
This course takes your pistol skills and applies them in different, and un-conventional shooting situations and positions. This course introduces stress and communication into the shooting environment. Students will work with each other to trouble shoot and find solutions to various decision making drills.
This course is for those who wish to possess a Texas License To Carry. See Texas DPS website for LTC qualifications. The course is a 5-6 hour class that contains all necessary testing and qualifications under a licensed instructor. Upon successful completion the student will receive the required CHL-100 form for licensing.
The Low Light Pistol Course is a 6 hour course for none Law Enforcement citizens that are proficient with a handgun. The course will cover hand held light functionality, weapon mounted light, transitions from hand held light to weapon mounted light, multiple target engagement, operating with a partner and various other functions under low/no light conditions.
Attendees should be prepared to quickly transition from fundamental target shooting to CQB multi target engagement.
The Defensive Pistol Course II can serve as part II of defensive pistol training or can be a stand alone course for those familiar with the fundamentals. Shooters must know how to draw from the holster, understand the fundamentals of shooting and be able to load and reload their firearm.
This 4-hour seminar centers around mental and physical preparation for violent encounters. Delivered in a lecture form by state certified instructors, the presentation covers the tiers of awareness and dissects the mental cycles that occur during violent encounters. Additionally, it addresses practical steps that can be taken at the workplace or in other environments to help prevent or avoid such encounters. The lecture is in a guided discussion form, with students interacting and providing their own experiences and tips on how to deal with unwanted situations. Lastly, the Situational Awareness and Response to Violent Encounters discusses practical options that can be used in self defense and provides resources for self defense training and equipment.
Who is protecting your personal information as it is bought, sold, and traded online? Unfortunately, the answer is…no one. In our ultra connected world, your personal information is a valuable commodity, especially to criminals. A great many people protect their houses and possessions but completely neglect securing their personal information and digital footprint. In the Social Media Security Awareness Techniques class you’ll learn valuable lessons to keep you and your family safe from growing cyber threats. This course is in a lecture type format aided by visual training aids.
This course is intended for those who are interested in carbine use (AR15) but do not know where to start. Whether you recently purchased your first rifle or you have yet to decide on one, this intro course will go in depth into firearms safety, rifle and ammunition types and selection, rifle accessories, fundamentals, and marksmanship. The first part of this course is classroom and then leads out to the range for live fire.
This course expands on the Intro to Carbine course and goes into greater depth into the utilization of the carbine. This course focuses on weapon manipulation, application of fundamentals under more advanced situations and practical application drills designed to improve the skill set of the operator.
Intro to shotgun is intended for anyone interested in learning about the shotgun platform and its capabilities and limitations in a defensive application. This course will cover multiple aspects of the shotgun as a home defense/personal defense platform. Topics covered will range from classroom discussion of weapons safety, history, platform and ammunition considerations and application as well as live fire drills designed to make the shooter more confident and comfortable with the platform. Whether new to the platform or already familiar with the shotgun, you will leave with a better understanding and more confidence with the weapon.
Running a shotgun is a user intensive process. This course is designed around learning to run the shotgun more efficiently and effectively. The student will come out of this course with a better understanding of how to effectively utilize the shotgun in a lethal encounter and how to keep it running in a prolonged fight. Through a series of live fire range drills, the student will gain proficiency and confidence in utilizing the shotgun in a multitude of applications.