Aug
18
Sat
Tactical Pistol I
Aug 18 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

TACTICAL PISTOL I COURSE

COURSE OBJECTIVE: For the student to demonstrate safe gun handling and introductory handgun tactics in a live fire environment. This course will focus on repetition of basic skills, accurate placement of the shot and multiple target acquisition.

ADMIN:

  • Price $200.00. Class will be 4 hours on the range. Shooting will begin at class start time so arrive early enough to get geared up ahead of time and be ready to go when class begins.
  • Sat Mar 24th 8:00AM-12:00PM
  • This course will be held at Nebraska Shooters Range by Firth, NE. www.nebraskashooters.com

EQUIPMENT NEEDED:

  • 400 rounds of ammunition
  • 3 magazines
  • Magazine pouch on belt
  • Adequate firearm
  • Adequate holster
    • Strong side holsters only (no cross draw or shoulder holsters)
    • Muzzle must point at the ground when holstered
    • Holster must cover the trigger
  • Adequate belt
  • Eye and ear protection
  • Open jacket or open shirt to be used as a concealed garment
  • Appropriate range attire (No shorts or sandals. Be aware of flying brass and/or splashback, dress accordingly)
  • Water and inclement weather gear (we’ll be outdoors the entire time)

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION:

  • Equipment check
  • Safety
  • Tactical Training Theory
  • Dry fire drills
  • Handgun and marksmanship fundamentals
  • Concealed carry concepts and techniques
  • Multiple shots
  • Reloading drills
  • Use of cover
  • Realistic time and accuracy standards
  • Individual shooting “work out” plans

 

 

 

Aug
30
Thu
Instructor Development PRIVATE COURSE – FULL
Aug 30 @ 4:42 pm – Sep 3 @ 5:42 pm

PRIVATE COURSE

COURSE IS FULL

Sep
7
Fri
Counter Surveillance Course PRIVATE COURSE – FULL
Sep 7 @ 8:00 am – Sep 8 @ 4:00 pm

PRIVATE COURSE

COURSE IS FULL

Sep
21
Fri
CSAT Civilian Response to Active Shooter
Sep 21 @ 8:00 am – Sep 23 @ 12:00 pm

“The Training far surpassed my expectations. This is the best hands-on training I have attended pertaining to an active shooter situation. Keep up the great work!” – Chuck (Lincoln, NE)

CSAT CIVILIAN RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTER

Safety Systems Group is an authorized trainer for the CSAT Civilian Response to Active Shooter Course (CRAS). The CRAS Course was developed by Paul Howe from Combat Shooting and Tactics. Paul is the owner and lead instructor for CSAT and has over 35 years of experience in law enforcement, military and security areas. Paul’s experience include LE, Tier 1 Special Ops/TL, Tier 1 Senior Instructor, Combat veteran of multiple venues and operations, LE SWAT and Tactical Trainer for over 20 years. The Guardian Program is currently being used by school districts in Texas and churches in Nebraska. A comprehensive list of units/departments Paul has trained can be found at www.combatshootingandtactics.com

COURSE OBJECTIVE:  The course will focus on safely resolving active shooter problems wherever they are encountered to include a safe link up with police. Course material will be applicable to CCW holders and law enforcement personnel. This class instructs students on the safe employment of a firearm during active shooter incidents in schools, churches, offices or other venues where these crimes have occurred.

ADMIN:

  • Course is limited to 12 students.
  • Registration: Email cblocker@avoidthefight.com. You do not have a slot in the course unless you get an email from me.
  • Price – $700 per student. Payment due at beginning of class.
  • Where: www.nebraskashooters.com
  • When: Fri Sep 21st – Sun Sep 23rd.
    • Fri Sep 21st 6PM-9PM (Classroom)
    • Sat Sep 22nd 8AM-5PM (Range)
    • Sun Sep 23rd 2PM-6PM (Range)
  • Class will begin at start time so arrive early enough to get geared up ahead of time and be ready to go when class begins.
  •  Pre-requisites:
    • Pistol training certificate (approved by the instructor)
    • Current CCW permit from their state

EQUIPMENT NEEDED:

  • Pistol
  • Safe and adequate holster
  • Adequate belt.
  • Concealed garment or concealment bag
  • Minimum of 3 mags
  • Eye and Ear Protection
  • Ammunition – 400 rounds
  • Active shooter bag or method to carry medical supplies
  • Water
  • Inclement weather gear as appropriate

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION:

  • Safety
  • Combat Mindset
  • Case Studies
  • Range Fire
  • Barricade Work
  • Vehicle Deployment
  • Exterior Contact
  • Hallway CQB
  • Single CQB
  • Medical
  • Link up with Police
  • Scenarios

 

CRAS SCORING STANDARDS
There are two components to the CRAS Scoring Standards, Shooting Standards and Scenario Training.

Shooting Standards:
The drills below are designed with three purposes in mind:
1. A measurable standard to maintain.
2. An efficient stair-stepped workout program that covers all the bases.
3. To test the individual shooter at various times to show areas needing improvement.

All shooting standards are shot at 7 yards on a CSAT target. Students have to pass 5 of the 7 drills to be certified. Total of 19 rounds.
Starting position Drill Target Time

1. Ready 1 shot 1 target 2 seconds
2. Holster 1 shot 1 target 3 seconds
3. Ready 2 shots 1 target 3 seconds
4. Ready 5/1 shots 1 target 6 seconds
5. Ready 4 shots 2 targets 7 seconds
6. Ready 1 shot/Malfunction 1 target 5 seconds
7. Ready 4 shots/2 reload 2 1 target 10 seconds

Scenario Training:
1. Outside Contact
2. Room Contact
3. Hallway Contact/moving a body safely
4. T intersections
5. Tourniquet application
All scenarios must be performed to a standard. Minimum of two body hits per threat target. No misses. No hostage targets will be hit.

Standard picture targets from LE Targets will be used. Standards and scenarios will be shot from concealed carry holsters.

 

 

 

Oct
13
Sat
Nebraska CCW Course
Oct 13 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Click here to learn more about this course

Click here to register

Nebraska CCW License Course

COURSE OBJECTIVE: For the student to demonstrate safe gun handling and introductory handgun tactics in a live fire environment. This course will focus on repetition of basic skills, accurate placement of the shot and multiple target acquisition.

ADMIN:
Price $125.00. Class will be 7 hours in the classroom and 2 hours on the range.
Sat Oct 13th. 8AM-5PM

To register email Cody at cblocker@avoidthefight.com

This course will be held at Nebraska Shooters Range by Firth, NE. www.nebraskashooters.com

EQUIPMENT NEEDED:

100 rounds of ammunition
2 magazines
Adequate firearm
Adequate holster
Strong side holsters only (no cross draw or shoulder holsters)
Muzzle must point at the ground when holstered
Holster must cover the trigger
Adequate belt
Eye and ear protection
Open jacket or open shirt to be used as a concealed garment
Appropriate range attire (No shorts or sandals. Be aware of flying brass and/or splashback, dress accordingly)
Water and inclement weather gear (we’ll be outdoors the entire time)

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION:

  • Awareness and Avoidance
  • Handgun Safety
  • Ammunition Safety
  • Handgun Storage
  • Shooting Fundamentals
  • Firearms Law
  • Self Defense Law

 

 

Nov
17
Sat
Security In An Unsafe World Seminar and Workshop @ TBD
Nov 17 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Security in an Unsafe World Seminar and Workshop (4 hrs)

 

Objective: For the student to learn the basics of awareness and protection concepts and apply these concepts to their church environment and daily lives.
Target Student: Current or potential security team members, pastors, church administrators, church staff, security personnel and law enforcement officers.

Format:  Classroom and hands on.

Fee: $50 per student. Minimum of 10 students. Payment due at beginning of class.

Admin: To register email cblocker@lincolnberean.org. For more information or questions visit us as www.avoidthefight.com

Where: To Be Determined (Host facility gets one free slot)

When: Sat Nov 17th from 8:00AM-12:00PM

 

Mindset and Awareness (classroom 1 hr)

How to personally cultivate situational awareness and apply it to your daily life and work environment.

  • Situational awareness
  • Cooper’s Color Codes
  • OODA Loop Theory
  • Combat Stress and Sympathetic Nervous System Response
  • Combat Breathing
  • Combat Mindset
  • Violence and The Attack Pathway

 

Behavior Recognition (classroom 1 hr)

How to notice normality and abnormalities in public environments and what to do once an abnormality is recognized.

  • The Emotions on their face, The Clothes they wear and The Things they do
  • Baselines and anomalies
  • Facial recognition concepts
  • Pre-indicators of violence
  • Personalities of social groups

 

Security Team Operations (classroom 1 hr)

How to “think like the enemy” and implement protection concepts for you and your organization.

  • The 3 levels of church security
  • The 5 steps of security team implementation
  • Armed team administration requirements
  • Point of contact (POC)
  • Chain of command (COC)
  • Span of control (SOC)
  • Training program recommendations and industry best practices
  • Protection concepts (Circles and Zones)
  • Table top exercises

 

Auditorium and Large Venue Protection Concepts (auditorium 1 hrs)

How to reasonably respond to abnormalities in large venue settings.

  • Case Studies
  • Use of force continuum
  • Placement recommendations
  • Levels of disruption
  • Ask, Tell, Make
  • Time and distance drills
  • Scenarios
  • Students will be given a list of free and purchasable training resources, books and training materials that they can access on their own time to continue learning about these concepts