Private Pistol Training
Comprehensive Women's Self-Defense
This class meets for four successive Thursdays, from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, beginning June 1 and ending June 22, 2023. You must sign up for all four sessions. Should you be unable to attend one of the first three sessions, a video replay will be available. The fourth session will be at the range, so there is no video.
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Israeli Security for Houses of Worship: Blueprint for Training
It is widely recognized that the State of Israel has developed a national security system that successfully protects its people from hostile threats; this class applies these principles and practices to houses of worship in the United States. LEO's, because of their training and position in the community, are uniquely qualified to form, train, and lead security teams in houses of worship. This 2.5-hour webinar provides a window into the training that is required to form, train, and lead security teams in houses of worship. Officers are encouraged to take more advanced training offered through NCJA: - One-day classroom training offered at the North Carolina Justice Academy in Edneyville. - Multi-day field training (krav maga and shooting) offered in Hayesville, NC.
Training Civilians for Church Security: Israeli Threat Detection, Krav Maga, and Shooting
This course is designed for LEO's who have attended previous seminars on the application of Israeli Security methods to church security teams. As a train-the-trainer class, the focus will be on the integration of threat detection methods, basic krav maga fighting defenses, and defensive shooting methods used by Israeli security officers. To accomplish course goals, students will train in the classroom, defensive tactics room, and firing range. After successful completion of this one-day course, officers will be able to train civilian security to use these Israeli security methods.
This course is limited to 10 students.