Active Managment of Aggressive Threats

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    Active Managment of Aggressive Threats

    Course Title: Active Managment of Aggressive Threats

    Dates: 20 - 23 October 2005

    Location: Shelton, CT. / Wolcott, CT.

    For Additional Information: admin@wa-protective.com

    Registration Deadline: 15 September 2005


    Based upon the principles outlined within the new book entitled: Welcome to the Real World, A Dangerous Place to be Caught Unprepared! by Bryan Scott Williams.

    The focus of this program is on what is commonly referred to as CQB (Close Quarters Battle) or Close In Fighting. This program is designed to provide the regular citizen with a variety of countermeasures for use against any hostile threat encountered including terrorist threats which are presented within a close proximity to the victim such as would be encountered within a hostage situation, mass shooting or similar attack scenario. This program however is NOT intended to train the average person to go out and seek terrorists to engage, but rather to provide an insight into the mindset, motivation and techniques which would likely be encountered within such an attack, and provide the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to engage this type of threat with the increased likelihood of success.

    Some of the core components of this course include:

    Day 01

    Development of situational awareness skills
    Development of the personal combat mindset
    Recognition and Understanding the threat posed by terrorists
    Motivations and Methods used within terrorist Attacks
    Understanding the basics of human anatomy
    Utilization of the handgun as a primary weapon system

    Day 02 - 03

    Drawing from the holster (Standard & Concealed)
    Controlled pairs & Hammers
    Reloads & Stoppage clearing (One & Two handed)
    Transitioning to a secondary or back-up weapon
    Cover & Concealment
    Deployment from the seated & alternate positions
    One hand shooting (Master & Support)
    The laser rule
    Tactical movement
    Hallway, Stairway and Doorway management
    Shooting on the move
    Engagement of Multiple Targets
    Force on Force Scenarios(**)

    Day 04

    Basic hand to hand combat techniques
    Emergency First Aid

    Upon successful completion of this program, the participant will be provided with a certificate of completion.

    The duration of this course is 40 hours (4 10hr days), and requires 800 rnds / 100 rnds of ammunition. The total cost of this program is $350.00 plus ammunition per person.

    Note: A full equipment requirement list will be provided with registration confirmation.

    Be Safe

    Bryan S. Williams
    Williams Associates Protective Services, LLC

    Main Website - www.wa-protective.com
    New Book Website - www.wttrw.com

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