Overview: Active Shooter Program


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

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.

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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...


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Tactical Operations Medical Specialist [TOMS]

Nationally Certified TECC Program + POST/CEU


** Prerequisite Course: NAEMT-TECC

Warning Signs, Assessments and Emergency Plans

Be prepared both legally and proactively with a security assessment, plan of execution, understand roles and responsibilities. 

Your team will learn to:

  • Recognize warning signs of a potential aggressor.

  • Respond quickly in a violent or emergency situation.

  • Escape, evade or attack in the critical seconds during an event.

  • Gain the confidence needed to response.

  • Create an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) and other legal considerations.

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Advanced Tactical Operations Medical Specialist [ATOMS]

Nationally Certified TECC Program + POST/CEU

Defending Your Organization and Personnel

Defending your organization as individual or as a security team.

Gain the knowledge and tactics required.

Your team will learn to:

  • When and how to properly engage a threat or multiple threats.

  • In-depth overview of your weapons, malfunctions and build muscle memory.

  • Engage in stress level drills, utilizing concealment vs cover.

  • Evacuating VIP personnel and working as teams.

  • Injury simulations and close quarters threats and much more...


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

What happens after your course?
Once your done with your course, your security team and leadership will be empowered to identify, prevent, respond and recover.

Your course covered the following action items in detail:

  1. Prepare your legal documentation as part of your Emergency Action Plan (EAP).
    Your leadership must authorize the type of response, who can response and what the may do.

  2. Identify potential conflicts of interest within your security or response team personnel.
    Considerations must be taken with family and friends in public venues (restaurants, bars and places of worship).

  3. Provide a communication to your organization.
    Your training will include what you should tell your organization and what should not be said for security reasons.
    How to identify and handle armed friendly concealed carry holders in your organization.


  4. Acquire continued education and re-certification for legal protection from nationally certified instructors.
    You should not train your own personnel for legal coverage. Always go to a certified instructor.

  5. Finalize your Emergency Action Plan (EAP).
    These documents should be recorded as an official record.

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