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Do you want to set up a security team at your church? Do you have a church security team in place but need basic to advanced training? Is our on-site Team Training beyond your budget?

The ITC Church Security Seminar is a cost-effective train-the-trainer solution. This complete, 2-day seminar offers in-depth training for security team leaders so that they can then return to their church and train their own team members in proper security tactics and procedures.

When training a team, the one of the most important things is how the “fight” is approached. Let’s be honest, you are in a fight whether or not you know it. Someone may be planning an attack this very moment and you are totally unaware of their future plans. Most trainers approach the fight from a law enforcement or military background which is not the most effective way of doing things. Many of the tactics and mindset of people with either of those backgrounds is limited to their training. What you need to do is to approach the fight from a civilian perspective with some law enforcement and military “tactics” integrated with your plan. Protecting people at a service or event is much more difficult than you can ever imagine.

Regardless of the experience you have on your team and the training you have received, we are confident that you will not be disappointed with this training venue! The training that we offer is truly unique because we approach the “fight” from a civilian viewpoint. So, if your team is looking to improve their skills and increase the effectiveness of their ministry, then our training is exactly what you need. We don’t teach things that you can learn at just about any training company with law enforcement or military backgrounds. Rather, we teach you to think outside the box and utilize many resources that are at your disposal that you may not know about. Our techniques and tactics are not fancy, but will get the job done because they are simple, realistic, and practical. Our training is unparalleled and we stand behind our training 100%!

You may send up to 2 people from your church for a flat $450. This includes:
· 2 full days of church security training (10 hours each day) a value of $3,500
· FREE 1-year membership in our Interactive Online Training Program a value of $180
· FREE copy of The Watchman, our 8-hour church security video a value of $399
This represents $4,000 worth of training for $450.

What You Will Learn:

Over the two days, the seminar will cover more than 30 key concepts to help you secure your church and protect your flock, including:

· Team Purpose
· Team Selection
· Team Member Interview Process
· Selecting Team Leaders & Associate Team Leaders
· Team Mindset
· Developing Threat Awareness
· Team Member Levels
· Team Visibility
· Intel Sources
· Policies & Procedures
· Team Scheduling & Arrival
· Team Daily Checklist
· Team Equipment
· Light Selection
· Light Intimidation
· Radio Selection
· Weapon Selection
· Holsters
· Weapon Limitations
· Ammo Selection
· Handgun Setup
· Modes of Carry
· AR Setup
· Shotgun Setup
· Child Protection
· 4 Levels of Skills
· Gun Safety Rules
· Barricaded Subject vs. Active Shooter
· Radio Codes and Procedures
· Bomb Threats
· Evacuation Plans
· Lockdown
· Integration of EMT Services
· Calibers and Shot Placement
· Rituals of Attack
· Elements of a Confrontation
· Use of Force
· Non Lethal Force
· Cover vs. Concealment
· Target Indicators
· The Fatal Funnel
· Trouble Spots & Mirror Placement
· Tactical Furniture Arrangement
· Ready Positions
· Hand Switch Drill
· Team Positioning
· Verbal Tactics
· Hand Signals
· Slicing the Pie & Portable Mirror Techniques
· Room Entry – Single & Team
· Hallway Tactics
· Stairwell Tactics
· Sanctuary Tactics
· Foyer Tactics
· Contact with Bad Guy
· Takedowns
· Choke Techniques
· Gun Disarms
· Gun Retention

Be sure to visit our website for more information

Stay Safe!
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