Monte Gould of IMTT is looking to put this class on in Ridgecrest in the early spring. We are checking the interest level right now. If you would be interested in taking this class, drop me an email at email@example.com
IMTT CAR #1 (C itizen A ctive shooter R esponse 1)
All participants will be strictly vetted and must possess a current “Concealed Weapon Permit” issued from any of the fifty states and or our alumni past clients. No walk-ins will be accepted or authorized. We reserve the right to refuse business to anyone, for any reason, without explanation.
Max student capacity is 15 fully paid persons (first come first serve!)
General: This course is focused toward the on scene citizen, who is in the legal possession of a firearm during an “active shooter” event; in order to mitigate, terminate and control this threat in the shortest possible time frame.
Objective: inform the citizen of available courses of action, how to select these under high levels of stress with the goals of a successful outcome, saving as many lives as possible and themselves. The student will know basic methods of entry, how to seize control, while dominating the affected area as quickly as possible. The student will demonstrate differing strategies, methodologies and techniques in response to this type of an attack.
Topics to be covered (many topics will not be advertised or published):
1. Types and methods of attack
2. Attacker profiles
3. Basic response protocols
4. Medical concerns and evacuation
5. Much more
Each student will provide and need the following:
1. Pen, pencil and note-taking material
2. Your carry handgun
3. 150 rounds of ammo
4. Ear and eye protection
5. Your normal everyday clothes
Course length: 16 HOURS
IMTT will provide:
1. Training aids
2. Student handout booklets
3. Certificate of training to each student
Course cost: Payment for this course is $295.00 per person.
Instructor bio; our instructor is an honorably retired California state peace officer with 27 ½ years of service. He is certified under the “Department of Homeland security” as an “Active Shooter Response Instructor”. He served within the state of California “Emergency Operations Unit” collaterally assigned to the state capital. He honorably retired from the state of California as a SWAT Assault Team leader & SWAT Master instructor. He additionally served over 20 years in the US military, within the US Special Operations community. As well he is decorated and served in combat operations. He has worked under contract in the state of Israel, Guatemala, and Columbia, El Salvador and extensively throughout the European Union.