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Tactics

Tactical training classes include carbine, handgun, shotgun, team tactics, team building and emergency preparedness to name a few. Stay small and be accurate.

Active Shooter

Identification and Mitigation of Threats.

The Active Shooter Course provides guidance to individuals and organizations on how to improve the security in your workplace. Employees are often the target of these threats as well as the organization’s first line of defense against them. Threats endanger the confidentiality, integrity, and security of your workplace, as well as your virtual workplace and computer systems. This course presents information on how employees and employers can contribute to your organization’s security. Included in this 2-day training are Handgun Fundamentals and Concealed Carry options and training.

***Please note that the actions described throughout this training are options to consider. Whenever possible and applicable, employees should comply with established company policies and procedures. However, no matter what type of security measures an organization puts in place, it is important for all employees to be vigilant about anything unusual at the workplace that could threaten security.

Day 1:  Classroom Phase:
We live in a world of ever-increasing risk. No workplace whether a construction site, office building, factory floor, or retail store is immune. Risks threaten worker safety, employee morale, and a company’s economic livelihood. There are three components of risk to consider; Threat, Vulnerability, and Consequence.

This course presents common threats and describes measures employers and employees can take in each area to promote a secure workplace:

  • Access and Security Control Threats
  • Criminal and Terrorist Threats
  • Workplace Violence Threats
  • Information and Cyber Threats

Objectives:  By the end of Day 1, you will be able to:

  • Identify: potential risks to workplace security
  • Describe: measures for improving workplace security
  • Determine: the actions to take in response to a security situation

Day 1:  Handgun Fundamentals Phase:
The goal of this phase is to have students learn and demonstrate the fundamentals of handgun, storage, safety, marksmanship and manipulation techniques. This is a practical exercise conducted at a live-fire range. The student will demonstrate movement, shooting platforms, malfunctions, marksmanship.

Day 2:  Classroom Phase:
Most active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Because most incidents are over within minutes, we must be prepared to deal with the situation until law enforcement personnel arrive. During the past several years, there have been many active shooter incidents;

  • Where we shop
  • Where we exercise our free speech
  • Where we learn
  • Where we work

Preparedness and awareness are the keys to helping protect our employees, our customers, and ourselves.

Objectives:  By the end of Day 2, you will be able to:

  • Prepare:  Developing an Emergency Action Plan, conducting training, recognizing indicators of potential workplace violence.
  • Respond:  When to Run:  If there is an accessible escape path, Hide:  If evacuation is not possible, or Fight:  As a last resort, and if your life is in imminent danger.
  • How to respond when law enforcement arrives.
  • Follow Up:  Managing the consequences, capturing lessons learned, promoting the well-being of those involved and preparedness for future emergencies.

Day 2:  Concealed Carry Handgun Phase:
The goal is to have students learn, demonstrate and reinforce the fundamentals of handgun marksmanship and manipulation techniques from concealment. These will be practical exercises conducted on the live-fire range. The student will demonstrate movement, shooting platforms, malfunctions, marksmanship, multiple target transitions, and shooting standards to the satisfaction of the instructor all while concealed.

Direct Action

Small Unit Tactics and Integration.

PPI Security’s Direct Action Course is designed to train law enforcement personnel in small unit operations in high-threat rural environments. The SUTRA curriculum encompasses specific knowledge as it relates to small unit tactical operations.

The curriculum is divided into two parts: a common core of individual skills, and a team level tactical integration. Your specific training package will be determined after an initial interview with a PPI representative to allow us to customize the course to your requirements.

Training is divided into the following modules:

Individual Skills

  • Dressing for success – Weaponry and equipment considerations for rural terrain
  • Solo movement techniques – how to move silently and observantly, day and night
  • Land Navigation – Tactical navigation and route planning
  • Reconnaissance – How to properly reconnoiter hard targets and use sketch maps
  • Surveillance – long term observation from concealed locations (hides)
  • Escape and Evasion – Setting up an E&E plan in conjunction to LUP points

Team Tactics

  • Operational Concepts: Long and short-range infiltration and exfiltration
  • Duties of the various team members
  • Command and Control: mission planning and operation orders
  • Movement Formations: movement in pairs, and the Triple Pair (6-man team)
  • Hand Signs: nonverbal communication methods
  • Team SOPs: Immediate actions drills, crossing danger areas, actions at halts, procedures for extended stops, rally points, partisan linkups

Disaster Preparedness

Preparation. Action. Evacuation.

The goal of the Disaster Preparedness Course is to have students learn and demonstrate the fundamentals of survival during an emergency, either by evacuation or shelter in place. Challenges and civil unrest will arise as gasoline is depleted, curfews are placed, electricity shut down, and food and water run out.

The student will demonstrate vehicle setup, security, shelter, land navigation, fire, food, river crossing, team work, leadership, sanitation, medical/first aid, and much, much more. The learning environment will incorporate the lower portion of the facilities 200 acres to include the sand bank and river.

OBJECTIVE

The students will gain knowledge of the key points to survive the first 72 hours and plan for the next. To have a “go bag” and vehicle strategy to move. To demonstrate the technical side and applications of the survival kit and to use its contents competently. The natural stress of having preparations but not functionalizing them, or needing preparations, is unraveled in this course. Skill sets needed to render aid to an injured individual, whether it be in a hostile or a non-hostile environment will be covered.

Practical Topics

  • Evacuation
  • Shelter, fire starting, water purifying, trapping and vehicle setup
  • Bug out bag setup
  • Priorities of work
  • Kit shake down and key pieces of gear
  • Important knots, security concerns, tools and tool care and maintenance
  • Scavenging (starting with your vehicle)
  • Rebuilding a community
  • Chain of command
  • Land navigation and movements
  • Water fording, and team river crossing
  • Patient movement/echelon of care
  • H-ABC’s
  • Wounds and wound care

Tactical Medical Training

Identify. Prioritize. Treat.

The Urban Medical Integration Training UMIT/8hr Course with Brandon J. Buttrey will provide the motivation and skill sets needed to render aid to an injured individual, whether it be in a hostile or a non-hostile environment.

Students will learn how to manage life-threatening injuries and be able to sustain that individual until a higher echelon of care is introduced. The skills ascertained from this training will allow the maximum amount of care an individual can give without requiring a certification, degree, or registration.

Topics Covered

  • Documentation/injured person information
  • Scene survey, personal safety, and the safety of others
  • Patient movement/echelon of care
  • H-ABC’s
  • Wounds and Wound care

Team Tactics

Shoot. Move. Communicate.

The Team Tactics curriculum benefits: couples, partners, families, and friends. Learn to operate as a “team” from a vehicle, house, or office.

OBJECTIVE

The goal of this course is to have students learn and demonstrate the fundamentals of marksmanship and perform manipulation techniques with a partner. This course is a practical exercise conducted at a live-fire range. The students will demonstrate movement as it relates to the curriculum. The students will become proficient with working from a vehicle or other features. The learning environment will incorporate 180 degrees of target acquisition and the students will gain knowledge of low-light limitations and demonstrate techniques to the instructor’s satisfaction.

POI (Points of Instruction)

  • Firearms safe handling procedures
  • Iron sights/optics-zeroing theory and application
  • Combat marksmanship fundamentals
  • Shooting platforms and its relationship to target distance and working with a partner
  • Surgical shooting and target discrimination with a partner
  • Shot priority
  • Movement as a team
  • Stoppages and malfunctions drills as a team
  • Low light and no light shooting skills as a team
  • Strong and support side as a team
  • Shooting from cover and barricades as a team

Workplace Security

Identification and Mitigation of Threats.

The Workplace Security Course provides guidance to individuals and organizations on how to improve the security in your workplace. Employees are often the target of these threats as well as the organization’s first line of defense against them. Threats endanger the confidentiality, integrity, and security of your workplace, as well as your virtual workplace and computer systems. This course presents information on how employees and employers can contribute to your organization’s security. Included in this 2-day training are Handgun Fundamentals and Concealed Carry options and training.

***Please note that the actions described throughout this training are options to consider. Whenever possible and applicable, employees should comply with established company policies and procedures. However, no matter what type of security measures an organization puts in place, it is important for all employees to be vigilant about anything unusual at the workplace that could threaten security.

Day 1:  Classroom Phase:
We live in a world of ever-increasing risk. No workplace whether a construction site, office building, factory floor, or retail store is immune. Risks threaten worker safety, employee morale, and a company’s economic livelihood. There are three components of risk to consider; Threat, Vulnerability, and Consequence.

This course presents common threats and describes measures employers and employees can take in each area to promote a secure workplace:

  • Access and Security Control Threats
  • Criminal and Terrorist Threats
  • Workplace Violence Threats
  • Information and Cyber Threats

Objectives:  By the end of Day 1, you will be able to:

  • Identify: potential risks to workplace security
  • Describe: measures for improving workplace security
  • Determine: the actions to take in response to a security situation

Day 1:  Handgun Fundamentals Phase:
The goal of this phase is to have students learn and demonstrate the fundamentals of handgun, storage, safety, marksmanship and manipulation techniques. This is a practical exercise conducted at a live-fire range. The student will demonstrate movement, shooting platforms, malfunctions, marksmanship.

Day 2:  Classroom Phase:
Most active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Because most incidents are over within minutes, we must be prepared to deal with the situation until law enforcement personnel arrive. During the past several years, there have been many active shooter incidents;

  • Where we shop
  • Where we exercise our free speech
  • Where we learn
  • Where we work

Preparedness and awareness are the keys to helping protect our employees, our customers, and ourselves.

Objectives:  By the end of Day 2, you will be able to:

  • Prepare:  Developing an Emergency Action Plan, conducting training, recognizing indicators of potential workplace violence.
  • Respond:  When to Run:  If there is an accessible escape path, Hide:  If evacuation is not possible, or Fight:  As a last resort, and if your life is in imminent danger.
  • How to respond when law enforcement arrives.
  • Follow Up:  Managing the consequences, capturing lessons learned, promoting the well-being of those involved and preparedness for future emergencies.

Day 2:  Concealed Carry Handgun Phase:
The goal is to have students learn, demonstrate and reinforce the fundamentals of handgun marksmanship and manipulation techniques from concealment. These will be practical exercises conducted on the live-fire range. The student will demonstrate movement, shooting platforms, malfunctions, marksmanship, multiple target transitions, and shooting standards to the satisfaction of the instructor all while concealed.

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