- 3 Hours
- Minimum age of 18 years. Participant must have basic knowledge of how to handle a firearm.
Situational Decision Making
Objective: To teach participants how to respond in a life-threatening situation with quick decision-making and possible use of a firearm.
Course Description: Through real-life examples, this class explores when the use of a firearm may help protect you or others in dangerous/high-stress situations. Participants will further their education in the use of deadly force and decision-making on whether to shoot or walk away. There are never two situations that are the same, due to many changing circumstances or “what if’s”. We will explore the many “what if’s” as it relates to the use of a firearm.
You will not need a firearm, as we will be using laser guided firearms in our simulation room to track your ability to shoot accurately if a firearm would be needed. Each class is limited to 5 participants.
- Top-rate instruction
- State-of-the-art simulation facilities
- Low student-to-teacher ratios allowing one-on-one instruction at times