Active Shooter Training
School Active Shooter Response Training
Being prepared for the worst-case scenarios that could one day strike your school is vital. Sadly, the risk of facing an active shooter is a real and being prepared and knowing how to handle the situation correctly is a matter of life and death. With the help of our school active shooter response training courses, you can ensure your staff are properly prepared and ready to act. Find out how below.Take our 3-Minute Readiness Assessment
Train Your Faculty
Our AVERT training courses teach your faculty and staff members how to react to life-threatening school shooter scenarios safely and effectively.
The training we deliver will help attendees enhance their situational awareness and see early warning signs. If an incident occurs, they will be able to quickly decide whether to escape, evade or attack, and react in the best way possible, employing emergency response techniques.Learn More Find An Instructor Course
Stop the Bleed
During an active shooter scenario, treating those who have been shot is one of the most important challenges. Specifically, how to stop the bleeding in an emergency and being able to prolong life until help arrives is vital.
Our training will give your staff the ability to understand the techniques required to stop the bleeding until further help arrives.Download Our Infographic
Emergency Response Tactics
When an active shooter is present in your school, the response tactics employed by your faculty and staff members will play a big part in deciding the outcomes of the situation.
That is why a big part of the training courses we deliver focus on helping teach your team how to respond to the situation. Emergency response tactics and understanding how to deploy them are critical.
Classroom Safety Training
A component of our active shooter training that is critical to schools is classroom safety training. Not only understanding the warning signs of a potential shooter that is in the building, but also the proper steps to take to secure or evacuate a classroom. The best course of action will depend on the specific situation and the location of the shooter. However, the general rule of thumb is to evacuate the building if possible, and if not, to find a secure location to hide and lock the doors, and as a last resort, fight if necessary.
Classroom safety training should also include regular practice and drills to ensure that everyone is prepared to respond in the event of an active shooter situation.Learn More
Live Scenario Simulations
To help your team get a better idea of how an active shooter scenario might play out and to give them a chance to practice what they have learned, we will simulate a live scenario. This will occur in a safe but realistic manner to ensure your team is prepared properly.
Dealing with a situation such as this and knowing how to respond correctly is never easy. But through our live scenario simulations, we are able to offer a clear and realistic experience to your faculty and staff members. A live simulation gives the opportunity to find out where improvements need to be made.