THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED...A NEW DATE WILL BE FORTHCOMING
We are proud to be holding a one day combination seminar consisting of the following elements:
There is more to awareness than just noticing what is around
you...in fact, many people never even pay attention to their
surroundings. Under high periods of stress, a person's
brainpower narrows. His/her attention shrinks, ability to access
knowledge and memories is limited, and capacity to think
critically and creatively becomes almost nonexistent. Stress
makes making decisions-especially decisions that must be made
under ambiguous and time-sensitive conditions-extremely
difficult. This class will help trainees understand the dynamic
decision-making process. The
knowledge and skills gained from this unit can be considered a sort of cognitive toolset that will help everyone "up-armour" their brains for stressful environments.
The PSS Situational Awareness course draws upon lessons learned on the planet's battlefields, and will enhance the way you look at the world around you. Using USJFCOM CODIAC practices, students will learn about:
...and much more.
The threat of active shooter attacks against disparate targets ranging from military facilities, churches, schools, and movie houses to shopping malls is a persistent concern for all those tasked with protecting such facilities, and the victims who are directly and indirectly impacted by such violent rampages, regardless of their geographical location.
Most active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Because most incidents are over within minutes, we must be prepared to deal with the situation until law enforcement personnel arrive.
Participants will study how to respond to an active shooter incident, how to prepare for an incident, and how to conduct a proper follow-up. What to expect when law enforcement arrives will also be covered, as will elements of the Occupiers Liability Act, and sections 34 and 35 of the Canadian Criminal Code.