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COURSES

Active Shooter Response Instructor

Duration 

This course is designed to help student instructors develop an active shooter response training program for their department.

As of January 2017 this course will run 5 days instead of 3 in order to incorporate the 2-day MACTAC (Multiple-Assault Counter Terrorism Action Capability) course.

Prerequisite 

This course is restricted to current law enforcement and current military only.

Students failing to meet and maintain our safety requirements and/or who cannot meet and immediately demonstrate the minimum skills required for the specific class may be removed from training. Please ensure you have read through the class description and fully understand our prerequisites before registering.

Course Outline 

Day 1: Covers an overview of active shooter incidents, equipment selection, live fire team formations and shooting skills necessary to deal with an active shooter.

Day 2: Exposes the trainer to team movements in a structure, to include hallways, stairwells and live fire room entries while utilizing the Live Fire Shoothouse, additional topics include entering the warm zone, medical evacuations, IEDS, moving through crowds, link up procedures and fratricide mitigation

Day 3: Full profile force on force scenarios for the traditional active shooter event response using the newly acquired protocols.

Day 4 & 5: Covers the next generation of active shooter response, MACTAC (Multi-Assault, Counter Terrorism Action Capabilities). Topics covered include a MACTAC overview, squad maneuver tactics, immediate action drills, Rescue Task Force, and force on force scenarios.

Outline of covered topics:

  • Formulating a plan
  • Search and rescue tactics
  • Entering the warm zone
  • How to establish a casualty collection point
  • Link up procedures
  • Mechanical breaching
  • Threat analysis/on-scene intelligence
  • Hallway movement
  • Stairwell clearance
  • Cornering and intersection clearance
  • Live fire room entry and clearing techniques
  • Live fire team movements
  • Bounding over watch
  • 2-, 3-, and 4-man team movement
  • Developing a training plan for your first responders
  • Equipment selection i.e., plate carriers, helmets, gas mask
  • Integrating off duty, plainclothes, SWAT and Fire Rescue
  • MACTAC
  • Small unit tactics

In order to receive a certificate of completion, students will be required to attend 32 hours of training. Students must demonstrate the proper techniques of individual and team movement when confronted with an active shooter scenario. Students will demonstrate proper teaching techniques during student-centered learning events.

Required Equipment 
  • Handgun w/ 3 magazines
  • Rifle w/ sling and 3 magazines
  • Duty gear to include body armor
  • Wraparound eyewear, polycarbonate lenses or non-shattering prescription glasses
  • Hat with brim
  • Hydration system or water bottle
  • Hearing protection

Tuition includes free loan of firearms, holsters, safety glasses and hearing protection.

Ammo 
  • Estimated round count: 300 rounds handgun, 250 rounds rifle, 50 rounds 5.56 UTM (marking cartridges)
  • Marking cartridges (UTM) MUST be purchased through the Academy
  • For Epping, NH courses, non-toxic, non-jacketed FRANGIBLE ammunition may be required
  • Ammunition is available for purchase at the Epping facility only
Notes 

As of January 2017 this course will run 5 days instead of 3 in order to incorporate the 2-day MACTAC (Multiple-Assault Counter Terrorism Action Capability) course.

Upcoming Dates

10.15.2018 to 10.19.2018
8:30AM
Epping, NH
Armed Professional Only
$1,250.00
No slots available

Sig Specials

August Course Special
20% off Shooting Development courses
use code NSSFWEBTWENTY