Day One- Students will be instructed on their responsibility for firearm safety, maintenance, storage, legal issues relating to the use of deadly force, proper mental conditioning, and judgmental shooting. Practice will be conducted with SIRT and other training devices in the classroom. Scenario based shoot / don't shoot training and completion of the review for the written exam for the course.
Day Two- Students will focus on safe weapon manipulation and marksmanship. The day will be spent on the firing range for live fire practice and qualification. Instruction and practice will include stance, grip, sight picture, sight alignment, trigger control, and breathe control. Students will practice loading and unloading the firearm, drawing and presenting the firearm, clearing malfunctions, and engaging targets with deadly force. Students will complete the practical firearms qualification and written exam.
We are excited to host our first Lunch & Learn since February of this year. There will be one significant difference, we are not permitted to serve lunch at this time. You may certainly bring your lunch with you to this event.
Brian Kowalski will be presenting an after action report on the Pulse Night Club active attacker incident.
We are requiring individuals to practice physical distancing and the church requires masks for those in attendance, especially when six feet of distancing is not possible.
We are excited to resume our Phoenix Metro monthly meetings as Church for the Nations. This month we will be focused on verbal de-escalation. We do ask participants to physically distance and to please wear a mask if possible. We want to ensure we are practicing recommendations to stop the spread as we are invited back to CFTN.
Verbal De-escalation techniques are used when a person is becoming disruptive in an inappropriate location and time. This could be during a church service, in a classroom, an office or other non church related locations.
You will learn how to identify warning signs that can lead to a crisis incident. Assess risk and use verbal techniques to defuse situations before they become violent. Use disengagement skills to avoid or minimize injury and keep yourself, your congregation and others safe.
This course is designed for those who have completed AZ Armed Security Guard Training or AZCSN Basic Pistol. This course builds on the skills learned in prior courses including:
We are blessed to have Jimmy Stout, author of Contact Front: A Devotional Guide for Church Security in Perilous Times as our keynote speaker.
Check back often to see updates on speakers and sessions.
Learn the basics of operating your pistol, from safely loading, unloading, reloading, sighting, firing, presentation and holstering your pistol and much more…
Take your tactical self-defense training to the next level and learn to protect yourself in low-light situations.
Most handgun training occurs during daylight, however, it is well documented that many shootings occur under low-light conditions. So why not train for the most probable and realistic real-world scenario? Want to see what it looks like?
This six-hour course is designed to educate the public on how they can mitigate the loss of life if they find themselves in a violent intruder incident. The goal of I LIVED training is for participants to recognize the need for immediate response to these types of incidents, recognize ways they may intervene, and empower them to make a difference in the event. This course includes scenario based practice of the options taught in the course.
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PO Box 18152