Group Training: Surviving The Active Shooter/Dangerous Intruder Incident (For 20 Personnel or Less)

Violence Prevention, Violence Detection and Survival Strategies | taught by Captain Joe Puckett

Course description

This Group training online course is designed to be delivered to 20 or fewer employees during a one year window of time. This course is designed with directions for a supervisor, trainer or proctor to print out the materials contained within this program, copying them for staff and then play the accessible videos to train your personnel in your training room or office on your schedule. After completion you may also copy, fill out and present your attendees with the certificates included in this package, and/or place them in their files.

This training provide you and attendees with a convenient opportunity to improve your plans for violence detection, prevention and survival. The 4 hour course provides video challenges, uses high definition video discussion to help you get better prepared for evaluating danger, calling for help, preparing for difficult and dangerous situations. The material also covers crisis communication for dealing with difficult, violent or people in crisis. The final sections cover the study of gunshots, the hostile intruder and active shooter and your escape plans, discussions of hiding and fighting back. Overall the goal of this course is to help you improve your survival mindset and give your brain material to keep you safe should this violence break out.

This training is good for anyone of us that may face an active shooter or violent intruder, which is all of us. This includes government employees, corporate or business staff, church volunteers or staff, medical professionals, school personnel. This is also good material for criminal justice personnel who may be on or off-duty including corrections, probation, detention, fire, support staff, volunteers. Really this course was made with all of us in mind who might face an incident at work, school, movie theater, church or other public place or work space.

Captain Joe Puckett
Captain Joe Puckett
Executive Director and Senior Instructor

Joe Puckett is a former law enforcement member and administrator. He has 21 years of law enforcement experience.

Joe Puckett has also been instructing members of law enforcement, criminal justice, public safety, government, corporations and churches for over 25 years. His goal is to help you improve your way of interacting with people, difficulties and dangerous situations.

Mr. Puckett's mission is to not let his experience go to waste but to share it with you. His ideas are based on practical experience, studies of current violence trends and difficulties that people encounter relative to these topics.

Course Curriculum

Course Material
Active Shooter Logistics Code 4 Intro
Instructor Curriculum Guide: Surviving the Active Shooter (Print one for Instructor) FREE
Certificate: Active Shooter Attendance Certificate (print one for each attendee)
Handout - Surviving The Active Shooter Incident (print one for each attendee)
Chapter 1: Violence Overview
Chapter 2: Detection and Prevention FREE
Chapter 3: Evaluating What You See or Hear
Bonus 1: Video Challenge and Preplanning Thoughts
Chapter 4: Planning Ahead for Difficult and Dangerous
Bonus 2: Active Listening Part ONE
Bonus 2: Active Listening Part TWO
Chapter 5: Being Comfortable with Calling 911
Run Hide Fight with Intro
Chapter 6: Hostile Intruder or Active Shooter
Bonus 3: Carrying A Concealed Weapon for Active Shooter Incidents
Chapter 7: When Law Enforcement Arrives and Final Thoughts
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