Active Shooter Response Training

Active Shooter is all too common a phrase in the news these days. It is sad and terrible that we even have something to describe these horrific acts, but the reality is that we live in a world than can, at times, be quite dangerous, but the good news is that you do have options.

You don’t  have to be a helpless victim!

There are things you can learn to increase your survivability!  Alain Burrese and Survive a Shooting will teach you how you can survive. Don’t be a helpless victim!

Contact Alain Burrese

for radio interviews, television interviews or live classes on Active Shooter Response Training

406-544-7410

Alain@SurviveAShooting.com

 

Alain Burrese is a safety and self-defense instructor who writes, creates videos, teaches and speaks on the areas of safety, violence, self-defense and active shooter response. Alain is part of a team that has taught an 8 hour course to over 4,000 people in the Missoula community on what they can do to prepare for and respond to an active shooter threat.

He can help you too!

See Alain at the 47 second mark and other places in this PBS documentary. Click the link to take you to the PBS website to view video:

Active Shooter: Are Montana Colleges Ready?

Alain has also appeared in a number of newspaper and television news spots on this extremely well received course. He is available for your radio show, television show, or to be interviewed for your publication! Provide your audience with information to help them stay safe and survive!

Alain Burrese Active Shooter Class

Alain is certified by Safariland Training Group to teach their Emergency Response To An Armed Intruder course. The entire team in Missoula has been certified by Safariland and we have adopted that course and revised it as we have learned over the last few years through teaching and additional training.

Use Alain’s experience and training to help your group, organization or audience!

Learn how to stay safe and defend yourself!

Read a review: Survive a Shooting Course Review 4-7-17