Surviving an Active Shooter Incident
An Experiential Workshop
You are ready to provide the safest possible environment for your employees. You’ve come to the right place.
Your team faces a vast array of situations both at the workplace and off the job. You want them to be as prepared as possible. Give them up-to-date information and hands-on experience for an event that is unpredictable, unfolds quickly and one in which fast decisions and actions save lives. When your team feels energized and empowered, they are more productive, focussed and present.
From Columbine to the Clackamas Town Center, Sandy Hook and Umpqua Community College, the FBI reports Active Shooter incidents are on the rise. Training for such a situation, one of the worst case scenarios imaginable, is important because knowing what to do and making fast decisions save lives.
This workshop is a simple one hour presentation.
Include an extra hour to practicing the fighting component which, after discussion of such a serious and awful topic is both cathartic and practical.
Silvia can work with your whole group or consult directly with your safety team.
Investment: $350 for presentation only, or $700 for the presentation and time to hit pads and yell!
This workshop covers:
BACKGROUND & HISTORY:
Learn about Active Shooter Incidents in the US which put our current day situation in context. Time for questions and discussion give your team the space to process our changing landscape.
~ Knowledge is Power!
RUN, HIDE, FIGHT:
Learn the specifics about the strategic response developed by the FBI. This allows your team to breathe a little more freely knowing they have the most up-to-date information to survive an active shooter situation.
~ Be Decisive!
Hitting pads provides a much needed release after a presentation about this topic. Preparation and planning give your staff courage and mean they’ve got what it takes to keep a steady heartbeat and a clear head in any situation.
~ Peace of Mind!
Silvia’s Street Creds
Sixth degree Black Belt – over three decades of teaching and training
Master’s Degree in Education with a focus on special needs
Self Defense Teacher Certification Program
FBI Portland CAAA Executive Board: Family, Safety, Community
Instructor at PAWMA (Pacific Area Women’s Martial Artists) Camp, 2019
Member of AWMAI (Association of Women Martial Arts Instructors)
When our safety committee was tasked with putting together an Active Shooter Preparedness Plan, I invited Silvia to come to our office to share her knowledge on this important topic. Her presentation was engaging and included all of the pertinent information necessary for our committee to create a clear and concise plan for our organization.