Special Skills Courses
Our special skill courses are offered for individuals with differing needs, duties or missions.
B.E.C.O.N. stands for Barricade, Egress (Evacuate), Control, Oppose, Notify.
The B.E.C.O.N. course is an all encompassing program that trains staff to effectively respond to active shooter events in Schools (nationally certified), Workplaces, Hospitals, and Places of Worship.
We understand that limited resources, geographical location, size of the facility, and not knowing how to set up training can present significant challenges and obstacles.
We can help you provide your staff with practical, effective, reality based, hands-on training to meet your goals and objectives.
We can sustain your training program and prepare your staff for an Active Shooter/Killer Event (ASE).
This one day course is an unarmed combatives course using the “Gutter Fighting” approach. The technique uses gross motor strikes that are easily recalled under stress.
The gutter fighting approach gets its lineage and principles from Rex Applegate and William Fairbairn. These men trained WWII Special Operations Forces and Office of Special Services (OSS) clandestine operators to incapacitate their attackers using close quarter techniques. These same close quarter techniques are used today by our elite U.S. Special Operation Forces.
This program is designed to provide the knowledge and physical skills to defeat and/or counter criminal forms of restraint in order to escape. The strikes are quick and effective and designed to give maximum damage to an assailant. Techniques in this course include: combative striking and counters to physical control and weapons disarms.
Course Cost: $215
This two-day course focuses on bridging the gap of a physical altercation that escalates to the use of lethal force in confined spaces. You will be trained in simple yet effective combatives techniques with the intent to create more pain and violence to successfully transition to use of a firearm.
Course Cost: $715
Equipment Needed for All Pistol Training:
- Handgun (chambered in any caliber)
- Minimum of 3 magazines
- Holster and magazine
pouch that will retain equipment when moving
- Note pad, pencil/pen
- Weather appropriate clothing suited for
- Ear Protection (electronic preferred)/Eye protection
- Proper belt to support equipment
- Knee and elbow pads (optional)
- Ball cap (optional)
- Concealed carry holster
- Cover garment (optional)
Pistol Includes: Glock-17, Sig Sauer P228 or Beretta 92F, Paddle Weapons Holster, 3 Magazines, Cleaning Equipment, Hearing & Eye Protection.
THIS COURSE IS FOR
U.S. GOVERNMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL ONLY
The training focuses on commandeering a vehicle with improvised tools.
This training teaches how to overcome steering lock devices, identify and select the appropriate electrical circuit, both inside the passenger and engine compartment.
Vehicle Types and Selection
Determine which types, makes and models of vehicle will be the easiest and quickest to gain entry while avoiding detection.
Vehicle Entry Techniques
Determine the best vehicle entry method from rapid forceful entry to clandestine and inconspicuous vehicle entries.
Steering locks and Columns
Understand the design characteristics of several vehicle manufacturers and the methods to defeat the locking features both with and without the use of tools.
Electrical Circuits and Ignition Systems
Have a basic understanding of electrical systems and wiring harnesses, where they are located and how they function. Identify what wires need to be utilized in order to “hotwire” the system.
Gasoline and Diesel Engine Operations
Understand the fundamentals and operations of a gasoline and diesel engine design.
Course Cost: Call for Pricing and Scheduling Information