Buy yourself an airsoft gun here. This way you can "safely" train in many of the things that your range does not allow.
Right now you are looking for the fundamentals applied with a balance of "speed and accuracy." Look for a "hand span" size group at each distance. Concentrate on the two yard to the seven yard distances because that is where most self defense shootings occur. Work in some ten to twenty five yard work also.
For real world skills you need to work until you are safe enough to explore the world of point shooting (one handed and two) and shooting on the move. This is all done at logical distances from the two to the seven yard mark. Airsoft is a great way to "ease" into this type of training."
Good luck and have fun!