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Active Shooter Response

Course Overview

Would you know what to do if an act of violence or a potentially severe injury occurred at your organization? This active shooter training could literally mean the difference between life and death, either for you or for someone you know. Developed by US security experts ProActive Response Group, the course is delivered by veteran SWAT team members, tactical medics, and law enforcement specialists. It instructs organizations worldwide on how to prepare for the unexpected and empowers individuals like you to survive so that you can save yourself, your family, your friends, and your co-workers.

Your employees and co-workers are their own first responders in an active shooter situation. Are they prepared to respond as such? While your workplace can only do so much to prevent an active shooter situation from taking place, you can proactively provide your employees with the tools they need to effectively respond should such an event or other emergency occur.

Our Active Shooter Response Training online course teaches preparedness and empowerment to corporate teams. Through the course of these eye-opening and instructional videos paired with online quizzes, your employees will learn to develop a plan of action should an active shooter walk into your office.


Lesson 1 - Pre-Incident Awareness and Threat Recognition

Your employees will discover what it means to be situationally aware using Cooper's Colour Code, and determine what situational awareness looks like in their everyday life - especially at work.

Lesson 2 - Responding to a Threat

There are various practical ways to survive an attack in an office setting. This video will strengthen your team's critical thinking skills in high-pressure situations.

Lesson 3 - Life-Saving Medical Training

Do your employees know how to use a tourniquet, pack a wound, and apply a pressure dressing? They will after watching this video.

Lesson 4 - Interaction with First Responders and the Aftermath

Most employees do not realize that when police respond to an active shooter event at an office, their first priority - before treating injuries - is to locate the shooter. Furthermore, few employers are equipped to deal with the aftermath of a shooting. This video addresses both dilemmas.