Firearms training and proficiency are important. Equally as important and more likely to be used is Emergency Medical training. The past few years of natural disasters, active shooters and large-scale rioting have shown the need for emergency medical skills for the everyday person.
Using a combination of classroom presentation and hands on practice exercises, you will learn valuable lifesaving skills. Those new skills will then be put to the test in very challenging, fast paced scenarios that prepare you for the real-life events. This is a non-shooting course.
At my recent 250 graduation I was handed a class evaluation form to complete. I answered all the questions but one. On that question I wrote that I would need time to reflect before I could answer it. On my drive home and the days following I have...