NRA Refuse To Be A Victim – Student

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NRA Refuse To Be A Victim – Student

The single most important step toward ensuring your own safety is having a personal safety strategy in place before you need it. NRA’s Refuse To Be A Victim program teaches techniques and information that alert you to dangerous situations and to avoid becoming a victim. Today hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement officials as well as corporations and educational institutions across the nation utilize this seminar in their crime prevention programs.

Seminar is open to women and men. The total seminar fee is $40. The non-refundable booking fee is $10 and $30 cash payment will be collected at class.

Class size is limited to 12 students.

INSTRUCTORS:

Kathleen Hublitz
Kathleen holds NRA certifications as Instructor for Pistol, Personal Protection Inside the Home, Refuse To Be A Victim and certified Range Safety Officer. She is passionate about empowering others through education and training in situational awareness, personal safety, and the safe use of firearms. She enjoys helping students overcome fears they may have and learn to confidently handle firearms in a positive environment. Kathleen is a Co-Leader of the Orange County Chapter of The Well Armed Woman, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating women in firearm ownership and shooting skills. She enjoys shooting competitively and strives to learn new skills and training techniques.

Darlene Rood
Darlene is certified through the NRA in Pistol, Refuse To Be A Victim and is a certified Range Safety Officer. She is also a co-leader of the Orange County Chapter of The Well Armed Woman. Darlene is dedicated to teaching awareness, personal safety and self-defense strategies. Darlene seeks opportunities to share information on the safe and effectual use of firearms for personal protection. She trains regularly with diversified shooting groups and is passionate about learning different types of firearms.

Amanda Collins: A Survivor’s Story

Unable to carry a firearm for protection while on campus, concealed carry permit holder Amanda Collins was brutally raped. Today, her fight to save other women from a similar fate is helping her along the road to healing.