In the most dire of circumstances, you may be forced to enter a building or room where you believe that a threat to your life, or those you place under your protection, may be present. Whether that be in your own home as a civilian, that if a client for an armed response officer, or in a law enforcement scenario. In such situations where duty or need overrides your own safety, it is imperative that you know the most up to date methods to conducting this activity both safely and legally. Over the last two decades, the lessons learned during the Global War on Terror (GWOT) have put every technique to the test. Old practices were sometimes find not to work and newly adapted practices replaced them with resounding success. tactics techniques and procedures. Everything was tried and tested over and over until what worked came to the fore. 
By embracing the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures learned during the GWOT in military, security and protective operations, Kinetic Solutions has been able to  formulate courses  individually applicable to both civilian and law enforcement scenarios. For law enforcement the content revolves primarily around team tactics, making use of the appropriate types of equipment being used, including that being only available to government entities. The application for the civilian environment is less complex and more geared towards individuals acting either alone of possibly with a qualified colleague in support in order to secure the safety of homes, properties and individuals under their care.  The principals remain the same for both applications, however the implementation changes appropriately according to the situation at hand. 
The fundamentals of  Dynamic Room Movement require the effective use of the individuals at hand and an understanding of how to protect, defend or search a structure. Students will learn about the safety aspects of working in enclosed environments, mindset and mental preparation, threat discrimination, accountability, weapon manipulations, negotiating obstacles and apertures, timelines, tactics, tempo and the decision making process. Force on force exercises will be included in the training using non-lethal weapon systems. 
The course is open to to any law abiding citizens, security, military or law enforcement personnel, who already possesses intermediate weapons handling skills. Prior attendance of our Defensive Pistol and/or Carbine class, or equivalent training course conducted by a certified firearms instructor is a prerequisite.  Pistol, carbine and combined courses are offered. 

DURATION: 8 hrs or 12 hrs with night shoot module

Minimum Gear Requirements

Carbine with single  or 2 point sling
WML for night shooting segment
Hand held light
At least 3 rifle magazines
1 magazine holder for rifle magazines (Mag Pouch)
200 rounds Rifle

Pistol with WML
Duty Belt or strong EDC belt
OWB or IWB Holster
At least 3 pistol magazines
150 rounds Pistol
2 magazine holder for pistol magazines (Mag Pouch)

100 rounds rifle
100 rounds pistol

Ear & Eye Protection 
Appropriate Clothing for range
Food & drinks

Body Armor
Plate carrier/chest rig
Spare Batteries
Medkit etc.

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