Overview: Active Shooter Program


Please wait loading...

[ADG] - Certified Peaceful Healer Program:
A Certified Program for Civilians, Security Teams, Businesses, Organizations, Law Enforcement, EMS and Medical Personnel

  • As an individual, group or team, having the knowledge and ability to recover from a accident or deadly situation is a key element in saving lives.

  • As a trained personnel you will learn the skill-sets required to identify the emergency care required, provide life saving emergency medical care, evacuate injured from a active "hot" zone.

This program includes:

  • Critical Trauma + First-Aid, CPR and AED+

  1. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians - Tactical Emergency Casualty Care [NAEMT-TECC]+ 

  2. Tactical Operations Medical Specialist [TOMS]+

  3. Advanced Tactical Operations Medical Specialist [ATOMS]+

Completing all 4 courses will result in 6 National Certifications!

This program is taught by former and active duty S.W.A.T. Officers, Tactical Paramedics, Military, and Department of Defense contractors.

Please note:

 - Classes Numbered must be taken in that specific order as prerequisites
 + This class includes POST/CEU hours for LEO/EMS/FIRE/Medical personnel. Colorado LEOs must gain approval from department head.

 ** Prerequisite course must be completed before you can take the selected course.

Critical Trauma + First-Aid / CPR / AED

Includes 3 National Certifications + POST/CEU


Have the Knowledge and Tools to Save Lives!

Empower yourself or your organization with the tools, resources and training to save lives and avoid preventable death.

You will learn to:

  • Quickly assessing the medical situation and the level of severity.

  • Evacuate injured to safe zone and provide additional treatment if required.

  • Have the proper equipment on-site:

    • Trauma Kits, Tourniquets, AED and other First-Aid Equipment.

  • Avoid preventable death by executing "Stop the bleed" controlling methods.

+  +  +  +


Nationally Certified TECC Program + POST/CEU

Direct Threat Emergency Medical Care & Assessment

From Civilians to Emergency Response Teams. Knowledge to Sustain Lives Under Indirect/Direct Threat Scenarios. 

You will learn to:

  • Complete the MARCH assessment.

  • Perform Hemorrhage control, including proper tourniquet application. 

  • Differences in rendering care in Hot/Warm/Cold threat zones.

  • Strategies for treating wounded in a threating environment. 

  • Surgical airway control, needle decompression and much more...


+  +  +  +

Tactical Operations Medical Specialist [TOMS]

Nationally Certified TECC Program + POST/CEU


Team Dynamics, Force-on-Force & Hot-Zone Response

Ensure that your team is prepared to work together to provide medical care and emergency evacuation in an active threat environment. 

Your team will learn to:

  • Work as a team, understand each members role and responsibilities. 

  • Respond quickly in a violent or emergency situation.

  • Defend, Disarm or stop active threats. Force-on-force training.

  • Provide emergency medical care under threat and evacuate injured.

  • Search buildings (day and night) as a team and as an individual. 

** Prerequisite Course: NAEMT-TECC

+  +  +  +

Advanced Tactical Operations Medical Specialist [ATOMS]

Nationally Certified TECC Program + POST/CEU

Defending Your Organization and Personnel

Advanced medical situations and recovery operations.

Your team will learn to:

  • Evacuate injured from complex or difficult situations (Low vs High SKED Operations)

  • Provide extended treatment beyond the battlefield.

  • Moving injured over long distances.

  • Advanced Range Training.

  • Extreme Close-Quarters Combat with Hands, Edged Weapons, Pistol & Rifle.


** Prerequisite Course: Tactical Operations Medical Specialist [TOMS] 

What happens after your course?
Once your done with your course, you or your team will be awarded .

Your course covered the following action items in detail:

  1. Identify and assess personnel with injuries and the level of severity.
    Which injured personnel should be treated first, what level of treatment should be provide based off the current situation.

  2. Identify the level of risk of a give situation.
    Is the current situation safe to enter or will you or your team be entering an active threat situation.

  3. Incorporate proper methods of communications, roles and responsibilities.  
    Ensure each member of your team understand their role and responsibility. Ensure that each member understands how to communicate and when to communicate. 

  4. Proper evacuation methods, simple carry to lowering from elevated positions (i.e. buildings/walls).
    Ensure proper methods for evacuating inured are known, proper equipment is available and how to not induce further injuries. 

  5. Stop, disarm or eliminate threats.
    Knowledge and ability to disarm an attacker through defensive tactics (Krav Maga), subdue and arrest (LEO Only) or eliminate a threat (armed response).

Have questions or need more information?