Owner/Instructor Brook Bowen
has more than 19 years as a federal law enforcement officer and has been instructing for the last 16 years. He has developed and delivered firearms and tactical courses to local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, foreign law enforcement and military units. He has 13 years of combined operational experience serving in special operations units in both the military and federal law enforcement. Brook currently instructs federal law enforcement officers at a national training center in multiple disciplines.
has been a federal law enforcement officer for more than 19 years. He has been a certified firearms instructor within federal government for more than 16 years. He has developed and coordinated the delivery of multiple training programs for his agency and others. He has been a member of the Agency’s tactical team since 2005. Bob has served as the lead training officer, team leader, a tactical team commander and is currently a Watch Commander at a Joint Operations Center.
Guest and additional instructors that may provide training will be of similar backgrounds, with experiences consisting of extensive law enforcement careers, military and/or law enforcement special operations, specialized skills and most importantly teaching/coaching/instructing ability.
Courses will apply training methodology and philosophies derived from experience gained as a practitioner, student and trainer of firearms and tactics. Each course will be deeply rooted in the fundamentals and progress from a solid foundation. Courses are aimed at giving the student the information and tools to continue to develop themselves after leaving the course.
Focused on the Fundamentals
Offered as a one day pistol course and a one day carbine course.
A one day course dedicated to modern training methodology and best practices designed to build a foundation that students can continue to progress after leaving the course. The following topics will be covered:
Safe firearms handling
The format will be instructor led discussions and practical application of drills focused on breaking down the fundamentals of shooting. A low instructor to student ratio allows for students to receive personal attention and feedback. It also creates an atmosphere that we can challenge or push individuals at their own pace. Students will leave with a sound foundation in proper mechanics and drills designed to continue to improve their skills.
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An EFAK Skills course
A half day course, focused on getting the student trained on the skills required to employ the lifesaving interventions found in their EFAK (Everyday First Aid Kit), effectively and efficiently. The course will cover bleeding control and respiratory system support techniques. The format will be instructor led discussions and practical application of skills. A low instructor to student ratio allows for students to receive personal attention and feedback. Students will leave with an understanding of and confidence in their equipment.
Custom built client specific courses
Courses can be built and delivered to suit the needs of individual and group needs.
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