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Lecture: Survive the Madness: Active Shooter Survival Training

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Lecture: Survive the Madness: Active Shooter Survival Training

 

Tammy BleckLearn to be prepared in case you are faced with an active shooter in a public space. Tammy Bleck is a certified trainer of the ALICE Training Institute and will provide valuable information and tools needed to help you save a life! The lecture will begin at 6:30 p.m. in The Learning Center.

Survive The Madness is here to make a difference in your survival should you be involved in an active shooter event. It is a proven fact: what you don’t prepare for can literally kill you. The goal of this training is to turn innocent bystanders into First Responders. We do this by addressing the biggest cause of death after an active shooter event; bleeding out. Data shows us that while 75% of the injuries sustained during an active shooter event are survivable, we are DYING at a far more escalated rate. We can help to change the odds in your favor.

Tammy Bleck has over a decade in the survival and preparedness industry; she was the recipient of a Certificate of Commendation from the City of Los Angeles for her work in educating the public. She is Certified by ALICE and trained by the City of Los Angeles RHF program.  Survive The Madness also provides the high quality Stop The Bleed Kits and superior Risk-Management Consulting

 

 

 

 


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