Active Shooter Defense: Deterrence, Action, Response and Training (DART)


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There will be no live fire in this course.  There will be demonstrations and hands-on practical exercises.

This course is Active Shooter Defense and is taught by Glen Mizer.

Focus:  Preparation and response to an active shooter event.

Course Prerequisite:

      • Completion of the SharpShooters USA waiver

    Course Description:

    Active Shooter Defense Training may be the most important training a person could ever do.  Active shooter situations are unpredictable and develop quickly leaving little time to react – every second counts.  Deterrence, Action, Response, and Training (DART) gives you the tools needed to:

        • evaluate and consider environmental factors that could mitigate or prevent an active shooter attack; 

        • train to respond quickly and decisively in the event an attack occurs; and 

        • confidently take the necessary actions to control bleeding by responding with appropriate medical care.

      This course is designed to take a comprehensive dive into the DART process with classroom instruction, group discussions, and practical situational exercises.  Discussion topics will include, but are not limited to:

          • the DART process

          • tactical methods and possible responses to respond to an attack

          • techniques to help Deter, Act, Respond and Train

          • recognize warning signs with situational awareness training

          • environmental planning and preparation

          • team dynamics

          • self-defense philosophy

          • and more…..

        Maximum Students: 15