Active Shooter Training

Our active shooter training was created by SWAT Team Operators, Homeland Security Active Shooter Experts, a former Navy SEAL Master Chief, a Delta Force Team Leader, former FBI Agents and former Secret Service Agents, Psychologists and Teachers. We are the only company that utilizes so many different experts for active shooter training in schools. This training program is uniquely created for teachers and is specialized for school staff.  Attacks on schools have increased over the past 20 years and schools need to adapt from these attacks. Our goal is to empower all school staff and educate them on how to survive an attack.  Armoured One pushes for every single school staff member to be trained in the district.  We know that Active Shooter needs to be taught in baby steps to your staff, so we have created levels of training to build confidence in your staff.  You never know when or where an attacker will strike, so you need to prepare everyone.  We encourage all local police agencies to join our training events in their districts.

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Active Shooter Training

Active Shooter Training Level 1: Mindset of a Survivor

-Taught by SWAT Team Operators, Homeland Security, retired Navy SEALs or retired Delta Force Operators

-This is a 3-hour presentation taught to all faculty members at one time

-This presentation includes question and answers during the presentation

-Taught on Professional Development Days at the school districts

-This level can qualify to be done for FREE*
*To learn more about this, contact us.

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Active Shooter Training Level 2:  8 Minutes

-Taught by SWAT Team Operators, Homeland Security, retired Navy SEALs or retired Delta Force Operators

-This is a 4-hour hands on experience taught to all faculty members.  This is taught in the auditorium, hallways and classrooms

-Hands on self-defense tactics taught to staff.  The SPEAR (Spontaneous Protection Enabling Accelerated Response) System is taught by Instructor Tim Farley.  The SPEAR System by Tony Blauer has been adopted by many Military and Law Enforcement agencies across the world.  

-8 Minutes is taught on Professional Development Day at the school districts

-Groups are broken down into classes of 35 and then taught in the classroom

-Role players are utilized during the training event

Active Shooter Training Level 3:  Every second counts

-Taught by SWAT Team Operators, Homeland Security, retired Navy SEALs or retired Delta Force Operators

-This is a 4-hour hands on experience taught to all faculty members.  This is taught in the auditorium, hallways, cafeteria and classrooms.

-Review of hands on self-defense tactics

-Learning how to identify gunshots

-“You are the 1st Responder” is taught on Professional Development Days at the school districts

-Groups are broken down into classes of 35 and then taught in the classroom

-Role players are utilized during the training event

School Bus Training



I highly recommend it to other schools. The training was very well taught, it gives drivers a lot of options.

Steve M., School Bus Driver 2 years – Firefighter 44 years

Training was excellent, we need more of this.

Maggie V., School Bus Driver 15+ years

- This is a 3-hour hands-on experience taught to all Bus Drivers, aids and transportation employees. This is taught in the auditorium, and
then on the road in busses.

​-Hands on self-defense tactics taught to staff. Evasive Vehicle operation and control techniques taught on site.

-Groups are broken down into classes of 20-30 and then taught in on the bus.

-Role players are utilized during the training event.


Gave me the tools to help if something ever happens. This training needs to be mandatory; every driver should be exposed to this.

Karen M., School Bus Driver 15+ years

I feel better prepared for a situation.

Erica H., School Bus Driver 4+ years
Real Life Testimonials

As Chairman of Public Safety for County Legislature over the last 4 years, father of four kids in the district (three recently graduated) and the husband of an employee, thank you for the investments of time and resources to improve everyone’s safety.

It’s an unfortunate and deeply troubling issue, but I can’t think of anything more worthwhile.

While everyone in the country debates ideas to solve the problem, it’s great to see your team doing things to make a difference in the here and now—that’s what leaders do.

Chairman of Public Safety

I wanted to write to you to express my appreciation and gratitude for your commitment to student safety and training for teachers.  Although I know that there are numerous other professional development opportunities that would be of extreme importance with regards to curriculum and instruction, your decisions to focus on student and staff safety is greatly appreciated.  

The experiences that I have had with the training with Armoured One were all very positive.  As a teacher, I feel empowered and feel as though in a horrible situation, I would have a plan.  As a mother with children in the district, I feel that you have made their safety a priority and I know that all teachers see themselves as the first responders and protectors and would fight to save the lives of our children.

Teacher, in a letter to their superintendent
It was needed and timely! One of the most useful professional workshops in 25+ years!
Faculty, in a letter to their superintendent