Learning CPR, First Aid, Active Shooter Response, and Security Training each has its own set of challenges:

CPR & First Aid: Dealing with fear and anxiety, mastering proper techniques, handling emotional distress, managing physical exertion, and building confidence.

Security Training: Addressing safety concerns, excelling in high-pressure roles, meeting physical and mental demands, navigating legal and ethical considerations, and embracing continuous learning.

Active Shooter Response: Overcoming fear and danger, thriving in high-pressure situations, coping with trauma exposure, improving coordination and communication, and adapting to evolving threats.

Defensive Driving Courses: Supercharge your driving skills! Our defensive courses, led by experts, offer flexibility, insurance savings (10%), and the chance to remove up to 4 points from your license. Enroll today for safer, more confident driving!

"To conquer these challenges, quality training, consistent practice, confidence-building, and staying updated with best practices are key. In active shooter response and security, prioritizing safety, adaptability, and ongoing training is essential for effective responses in potentially dangerous situations." - Frank H

Learning CPR, AED, First-aid

Enhances workplace safety, promotes quick emergency response, ensures legal compliance, fosters team unity, and provides a valuable life skill.

Training as a Security Officer

Hones in on specialized skills, fosters career progression, and benefits from cost-effectiveness – all contributing to forming a dedicated and knowledgeable Officer.

Taking an active shooter class

Enhances safety, teamwork, and employee confidence. It also minimizes risks, ensures legal compliance, and strengthens your organization's overall emergency preparedness.

Defensive Driving Courses:

Take a defensive driving class for a safer, more confident drive! Enjoy a 10% insurance discount, erase up to 4 license points, and learn flexible online. Elevate your safety and savings—enroll now


Benefits of Partnering with Us

    • Workplace first aid courses tailored to specific industries

    • Offer both in-person and online training options

    • Customized training programs for businesses and organizations

    • Blended learning, combining online modules with hands-on training

    • Security guard training programs for Tennessee & New York State

    • Provide certification courses that meet national or international standards

    • Offer recertification courses to keep individuals and organizations up to date

    • Ensure compliance with relevant regulatory agencies

    • Provide training materials, including textbooks, manuals, and instructional videos

    • Offer access to training equipment, such as manikins, AED trainers, and first aid supplies

    • Consult with businesses and organizations to assess their specific safety and security needs

    • Develop customized training programs and emergency response plans

    • Offer ongoing support and consultation services

    • Partner with schools, community centers, and nonprofits to provide free or discounted training to underserved communities

    • Organize community awareness events and safety fairs

Frequently Asked Questions 

What will I learn in a CPR and first aid class, and why is it important?

In a CPR and first aid class, you will learn life-saving techniques such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), how to assist someone who is choking, and basic first aid for injuries. It's important because it equips you with the skills to respond effectively in emergencies and potentially save lives.

How long does a CPR and first aid class take, and do I get a certification?

CPR and first aid classes typically take 3-5 hours for basic training, with longer durations for more advanced courses. You'll receive a certification valid for two years upon completion.

What are the requirements to become a licensed security guard in Tennessee?

A: The requirements for becoming a licensed security guard in Tennessee typically include being at least 18 years old, undergoing a criminal background check, completing state-approved training, and passing a licensing exam. Specific requirements may vary, so it's important to check with the Tennessee regulatory authority for the most up-to-date information.

How long does it take to complete a Tennessee Security Guard training program, and what does the training cover?

The duration of Tennessee Security Guard training programs can vary, but they typically cover topics such as legal requirements, ethics, emergency response, conflict resolution, and other essential skills. Training can take several days to a few weeks, depending on the program's depth and the training provider. It's important to choose a program that meets the state's requirements for licensure.

What will I learn in an active shooter response class?

In an active shooter response class, you will typically learn strategies and tactics to respond effectively during an active shooter incident. This may include situational awareness, how to escape or barricade in place, and, if necessary, how to confront the shooter as a last resort. The class may also cover first aid and providing care to the injured.

Are these classes only for law enforcement and security professionals, or can anyone attend?

Many active shooter response classes are designed for a broad audience, including civilians, employees, and educational institutions. They aim to provide valuable skills and knowledge to anyone who may find themselves in an active shooter situation, so they are generally open to the public.

Will completing the course reduce my insurance premium?

Yes, upon successful completion, you can enjoy a 10% discount on your insurance premiums. It's a great way to save money while investing in your safety.

How long is the defensive driving class?

Our course is designed to be completed in 5 hours. You can complete it on Zoom or in person.