This 1-day / 10 hour course will not make you into a SWAT operator. This course WILL provide the student with a fundamental skill set for working doorways, hallways, rooms, and transitional spaces. The course will also incorporate threat identification and engagement in low light environments. These are the basic skills necessary when deploying a pistol for home defense, or for successfully evacuating yourself and your loved ones from a critical incident in a public space. These are skills that everyone concerned with their safety should possess.
There will be a low student to instructor ratio, and students will rotate through a series of skill-builders and stations to keep their down time to a minimum. After an initial assessment, training will be tailored to the student and provide increasingly complex problems to solve. Returning students will see content from previous courses such as Injured Shooter and Low Light in their runs.
Instruction will be given through a combination of classroom lecture, coached runs with instructors, and UTM (paintball munition) scenario training using live role-players. While the course is primarily built around solo movement through a structure, couples or partners may elect to work through the scenarios together.
The facility has three separate structures, to include:
- Classroom with multiple doors and transitions
- Covered shoothouse with residence-sized rooms
- Open air schoolhouse / office building with large rooms and hallways
There are no prerequisites for this course. Students should possess basic firearms knowledge and be able to demonstrate safe weapon handling.
Use of the UTM guns, ammunition, protective masks, and range fees are all included in the registration costs. Students with their own UTM / Simunition guns, protective equipment, or training gear may elect to use their own equipment.
The course cost must be paid in full to hold your slot.