Women’s Self Defense Pistol Training- March 10, 2018
Saturday, March 10, 2018
This course provides four hours of combined classroom and firearms simulator-based training exercises. Students build on their marksmanship fundamentals, developing simple defensive tactical skills and situational awareness needed to safely operate a pistol for self- and home defense.
- Will understand firearm storage & transport
- Will be introduced to situational awareness concepts and mindset
- Will develop students’ ability to move, shoot, and take cover/concealment
- Will learn strategies for skills development such as how to safely draw from the holster, move and shoot, use cover and concealment, and respond to common self-defense situations.
Students will understand essential ethical, technical and legal responsibilities associated with carrying a firearm
Students will use an advanced indoor, video-simulation system usually available only to law enforcement.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Jennifer McDowell is a life-long member of the Air Force Association, volunteered with the AFROTC program at St. Thomas University, and was volunteer instructor with Junior Achievement. She holds NRA certifications as Pistol Instructor and Range Safety Officer, and has completed various defensive and tactical shooting courses.