Working through the use of force sliding scale is the primary premise of this class. Oftentimes working to get to the gun is required in defending oneself. Managing other items and transitioning from one tool to the next might also be required. “Integrating Control Devices” to include concealment/covert carry options.
- Case studies
- Multitasking under stress
- Off-body carry transitions
- Low fidelity scenarios
- Alternative self-defense devises/tools and carrying options
- Secondary firearm acquisition
- 150 rounds of ammunition
- Outside the waistband holster, concealment garment optional
- Valid concealed weapons permit
- Alternative self-defense devises/tools i.e. flashlights, chemical aerosol spray, striking instrument, (cane, baton, stick)
- Physically able to move with a handgun with both 1 and 2-handed shooting positions safely
***Bagged lunch, water source and simple carbohydrate are highly recommended
About LouKa Tactical: We have proudly served the public safety training profession since 1999 and have access to some of the finest instructors and resources in the United States. Each instructor brings diversity and a high level of professionalism. Together our depth and synergy are unmatched. Not only are we the largest company of its kind in the Nation, we are considered to be the best by the industry in which we serve. About Lou Ann: Retired after 22 years of police service Lou Ann Hamblin specializes in training female officers having trained over 4600 women in law enforcement in pistol alone and is a certified firearms and defensive tactics instructor in a variety of disciplines. She is a Team One Network adjunct instructor and Master Pistol Instructor through H & K. Over the last 26 years Lou Ann has instructed internationally in the areas of instructor development, training for specialty units and female police officer’s performance improvement and professional development including the Kuwaiti Female Special Forces and Ford Motor Company E.P. Teams.
I’ve known Lou Ann Hamblin for many of the long years she has been teaching law enforcement. Lou Ann has shown herself to be a superb instructor at the American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association seminars I’ve attended. She was a tremendous asset when she served on the panel of experts on firearms and deadly force training that I chair annually for the latter organization. A gifted instructor for students of all genders, she is particularly skilled at teaching female students in both physical skills and mental attitude. After many years of urging her to train law-abiding armed citizens as well as police, I am delighted to learn that she is finally doing so and am not at all surprised at the excellent reviews she is earning in those classes. Highly recommended! Massad Ayoob – Director, Massad Ayoob Group