Unarmed Courses

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Women Self-Defense

Unarmed Courses

Among the course offerings in unarmed self defense is the NRA Refuse To Be A Victim seminar.

Course Fees: Refuse to be a Victim $40

NRA Refuse To Be A Victim

The RTBAV course is very comprehensive. We start by discussing mental preparedness which covers awareness, mental conditioning, and learning the emotional ramifications and outcomes of criminal confrontation. Then we explore what I call “hardening the target.” We learn about the various methods of securing your dwelling and yourself while on the street and in your car. We’ll also discuss technological security which deals with the latest “identity theft” problems. We’ll conclude with exploring the various kinds of physical self defense training and personal protection devices.

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Range Emergency Care Course

The Range Emergency Care Course is a three hour course, designed for those who enjoy activities in the outdoors or in locations where emergency medical services may be delayed in response or absent altogether. The course focuses on proper assessment and treatment of potentially life threatening injuries, including gunshot wounds, fractured bones and penetrating injuries to the chest, among others. Use of tourniquets, hemostatic agents and standard dressings/bandages are also covered.

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First Aid/CPR/AED & REC Course

The American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED program helps participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. The courses in this program teach the knowledge and skills needed to give immediate care to an injured or ill person and to decide whether advanced medical care is needed.

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For WOMEN ONLY Self Defense

For more info on this course contact Carla Young at IMPACT PERSONAL SAFETY

 

NRA Eddie Eagle Children’s Gun Safety Class

This class is designed to teach kids what to do if they discover a gun. Interactive, with games, coloring books, appealing to grades K-6th. Adults will discuss methods of securing firearms safely. One parent must accompany each child.

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