Sat, Jan 25 | Apple Valley

IFAK Life Saver & Concealed Carry Concepts :: Guest Trainer - Independence Training

Building confidence and self reliance for real world people through real world training.
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IFAK Life Saver & Concealed Carry Concepts :: Guest Trainer - Independence Training

Time & Location

Jan 25, 2020, 7:00 AM – Jan 26, 2020, 7:00 PM
Apple Valley, Max Ordinate Training Center

About The Event

2 Day Training Event including

  • LODGING FOR TWO NIGHTS (for the first 14 students)
  • UTM 'Force on Force' TRAINING


Day 1: IFAK Life Saver – This course is based on the IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit) concept and the real world experiences of our instructors, as well as evidence based medicine from nationally recognized organizations, including CoTCCC and ACS. This is not a death-by-Powerpoint course! Hands-on training will cover scene and patient assessment, stopping the bleeding, starting the breathing, wound management, common injuries and IFAK contents and maintenance. The day will culminate with scenario-based training involving role players, realistic wound makeup and moulage, and multiple casualty emergencies. All training supplies are provided, and a full IFAK for each student will also be provided to leave the course with.

Class time is 9 hours including lunch, half day will be inside/classroom.

Required equipment: note taking equipment, lunch, water, clothes you are willing to get dirty/stained, weather appropriate clothing.

Day2: Concealed Carry Concepts – This course will focus on concealed carry skills and medical response, including close quarters shooting, moving to a patient, casualty evacuation and how to carry the appropriate tools as part of everyday carry. The day will culminate in live fire and UTM (Ultimate Training Munitions) scenario-based training involving force-on-force and force-on-target engagements. All UTM guns, ammo and safety equipment will be provided, and all medical training supplies will be provided.

Class time is 9 hours including lunch.

Required equipment: Reliable daily carry handgun, daily carry holster (IWB/AIWB allowed), 3+ magazines, 250+ rounds of handgun ammunition, eye/ear protection (electronic ear pro recommended), weather appropriate clothing, closed toe shoes required, basic first aid kit for minor injuries, large bandanna, long sleeved shirt for UTM scenarios (BDU-style tops are perfect), gloves that do not prohibit your ability to shoot, hold onto things, etc.  

Topics to include: 

  • Evidence Based Medicine
  • Scene & Patient Assessment
  • 'Stop the Bleeding'
  • 'Start the Breathing'
  • Wound Management
  • IFAK Use & Maintenance
  • Close Quarters Shooting
  • Moving to Patients
  • Casualty Evacuation
  • Proper EDC Gear
  • UTM ' Force on Force' Scenarios
  • MOA T-Shirt

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