Florida Firearms Training recognizes the advantage of teaching using an experience-based form, as opposed to just sitting in a classroom and listening to a lecture. Students become part of the exercise and are made to LIVE the scenarios, make decisions and practically apply skills.
This course will provide a foundation for those with an interest in learning necessary skills to survive a real world “Bug Out” situation. The course is comprised of scenario-based training, practical application and classroom time to immerse the student in a simulated environment. Students will live/work/train with other students on a private 80 acre training facility for two days and one night. The curriculum covers unit defense, decision-making & problem solving, land navigation, living outside, camp set up, how to set up a safe location to spend the night or a few nights and defend it, introduction to tactical medicine, tactical movement, moving through your environment in a tactical and safe manner close quarters battle (CQB), patrolling, vehicle convoys or single vehicle movement, how to set up your vehicle to get out of dodge, on foot movement, patrolling, and single and group tactics.
All students must be 18 years or older; possess a concealed weapons license or provide a copy of recent criminal background check; and be willing and physically able to carry their own gear.