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Church, Synagogue, Mosque

Safety and Security Team Training

Based on the USCCA CTMST Course  

We all pray we’ll never have to face violence, but sometimes it walks through the front door — even in a place where we should feel safe. This class specifically addresses the challenges and potential threats that houses of worship face — and helps you learn how to recognize danger, build a security plan and identify weak points at your facility in order to mitigate overall risk to your congregation.

Know the signs of a potential threat and get started making a plan to protect your community with a USCCA Certified Firearms Instructor teaching the USCCA’s Countering the Mass Shooter Threat curriculum.

You will learn the concept of balancing speed and precision to begin the course, understanding your individual limits, the importance of accurate hits to target, and ability to quickly engage with a target.

  • Topics covered in this class:

  • What we’ve learned about mass shootings

  • Knowing the signs of a potential threat

  • Learn and discuss solutions to prevent an attack in your community

  • What steps in your training to take next

  • Live Q&A with USCCA Certified Instructors


Emergency First Aid Fundamentals EFAF 

Based on the USCCA EFAF course

USCCA Training is the nation’s leading training and education resource, We focus on learning that makes you a more responsible American and a protector of your family in any scenario. That’s why we created Emergency First Aid Fundamentals.

If you’re ready to become your family’s first responder in an emergency situation, like a car accident, serious fall, gunshot wound, or other medical emergency, this training cannot be missed.

During this training, you’ll do more than simply sit in a classroom learning about these topics. Your USCCA instructor will work you through a dozen real-world scenarios using simulated patients and the actual products (or field expedients) that you’ll need to understand if you hope to save a life.

Our Emergency First Aid Fundamentals class teaches you basic first aid and lifesaving techniques to be used in the event of a medical emergency.

You will learn how to properly assess a patient and how to deal with significant issues such as venous and arterial bleeding, compromised airway, head, chest, and spinal injuries, broken bones, burns, heart attacks, seizures, strokes, and more. Finally, students will learn how to build their own First Aid/Trauma Kit.

I began a life of service at 15 when I joined the Waynesboro First Aid Crew as a Junior member. This is the same place my Grandfather and Mother were both EMTs and ALS Providers. At 16, I became an EMT shortly after a VA CT /Paramedic and continued to be a provider as a volunteer and as a Career Firefighter Medic until age 36, with an overlap in starting my own company that I sold and retired from in 2020 now teach what I have known for a lifetime You have to be your OWN first responder, and you need to be this now more than ever!

  • Lessons include:

  • Patient assessment

  • Traumatic emergencies

  • Medical emergencies

  • Building your own first-aid kit

Home-to-Work Safety

Based on the USCCA CC Home Defense Fundamentals course 

Feeling safe in your home should be an expectation, and you are right. This course takes you through making your home safer and keeping you and your loved ones out of harm's way.  This course includes a private one-on-one walkthrough to evaluate your home safety and preparedness for each student.

Developing a personal & home protection plan is a key component of not only preparing for how we should (or might) react if confronted by a violent crime but also how we might avoid violent crime in the first place. Within this lesson, Michael Martin explains that developing a protection plan is about much more than becoming proficient with a firearm or writing up a home invasion plan. It’s a plan that must encompass awareness and avoidance.

Some of what we cover in this class

  • Basics of home security Facts and Figures

  • Access points and how to secure them

  • Simple, cost-effective measures

  • Security Systems

  • Firearms and alternatives

  • Landscape and Lighting

  • Coming and going day to day

  • Leaving for Vacation and returning

  • What to have at home and how to protect your family 

  • What to do if there is an intruder

  • Not just bad guys but Bad weather. Preparing for short and long-term disasters

  • Be prepared for that natural disaster and what to do after

  • Tools to have on hand

  • And More

Situational Awareness

Day-to-Day Safety 

Feeling safe while living your life should be normal and easy, but in these times, it can be a challenge. This course will take you through steps to leave home or work and traverse the world around you. We want to give you the knowledge and tools to enjoy your life and stay safe

Some of what we cover in this class

  • Basic Situations awareness and threat levels

  • to and from work, the store, or the school ball game

  • Things to look for

  • Trust you gut

  • Simple, cost-effective measures for protection

  • Awareness is key avoiding danger is the best defense

  • De-escalation

  • Vacation safety

  • Thinking in Preparedness layers EDC

  • Firearms and alternatives

  • Not just bad guys but Bad weather Preparing for short and long-term disasters

  • The Get Home mentality GHB 

  • And Much More

Safety while traveling

in the US and Abroad


Course Description Coming soon 

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