Active Threat Response Program for Schools
Teacher Training, Staff Training, Active Shooter Training
The Active Threat Response Program (ATRP) for Schools is designed to give teachers and staff the confidence needed in order to protect and defend the students for whom they are responsible; in the event of an intruder, active killer, or other terror attack. The program is offered in 2-steps:
I. ATRP Lecture-
The Active Threat Response Program for Schools Lecture is a 3-hour interactive training presentation on the importance of preparing for hostile intruders, active shooters, or other campus threats. Participants will learn how to create an individualized plan for their classroom or work space and feel empowered to act to a threat. Participants will gain confidence throughout the lecture as they learn how to formulate a plan and learn recommendations of how to practice this plan throughout the school year.
II. ATRP Mock Scenarios: Practical and Simulation-
The ARTP Mock Scenarios: Practical and Simulation portion of the program is a 3-hour experience in the classroom and/or work space. Staff will be split into small groups and guided by a GD instructor with a ratio of 1:10 or smaller. During the Practical portion, the GD instructor will review concepts learned during the ATRP Lecture and show the techniques in the classroom or space. Once participants feel comfortable with the information, the program will move on to the Simulation portion. The Simulations will begin with a basic emergency lockdown, and progress through several simulations, ending with one that will require quick action and decision-making. GD instructors will perform a controlled, live simulation complete with gunfire using blank ammunition, which will allow staff to implement the techniques learned through a more realistic scenario. All Simulations are followed by a debriefing in the classroom with a final group debriefing after the last simulation. The goal of the mock scenario is to ensure that staff leave the program feeling more confident in their abilities to develop and implement their own individualized plan for their classroom or office space.
Active Shooter Training
, active threat
, active threat training
, Staff Training
, Teacher Training