Are your teachers and

staff prepared?

School shootings have made headline news for years. Many Active Shooter Response Training courses are only comprised of a few minutes of video or don’t suit the unique features of your school. That’s why we offer on-site, hands-on Active Shooter Response Training that empowers teachers and staff to learn a new skill set and gain necessary knowledge. This skillset and expertise will help your team react to an incident of violence and protect themselves and their students.

Even with a school resource officer on duty, those initial moments between the first act of violence and the arrival of law enforcement are crucial. Every staff member will need to act swiftly and effectively to minimize injuries and save lives.

Empowering teachers

to take action.

During our Active Shooter Response Training Classes for Schools, we’ll meet with key members of your team or even the entire staff, depending on your situation.

Teachers and staff attending our Active Shooter Response Training course will learn how to recognize the early warning signs of school shooters, identify the most effective actions to protect their students and themselves, and learn how to act as their own first responders until law enforcement and EMTs arrive.

We also teach hands-on Bleeding Control Training for applying tourniquets and packing wounds using lifelike medical trainers. This can help save lives even in the event of accidental injuries, and your staff can take this knowledge with them into their everyday lives.

Our Active Shooting Training is available across the United States, and we can come to you for our hands-on learning course. To schedule your free consultation, call the ProActive Response Group at (888) 512-3530.

Active Shooter Training For Schools



Chad Ayers

Chad Ayers served as Sheriff’s Deputy for Greenville County in South Carolina for 12 years. He has worked undercover in multiple state and federal investigations and in high-pressure environments, including active shooter events and hostage negotiations. Chad was a member of the SWAT team, where he served as assistant team leader and also assisted in the creation and implementation of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office active shooter response program. Chad starred in season one of A&E TV’s Emmy-winning documentary LIVEPD and is a frequent guest commentator for FOX News, Law & Crime Network, and On Patrol Live.


Andy Sexton

Andy Sexton spent 12 years with the Greenville County Sheriff’s office in South Carolina, where he held the rank of Uniform Patrol Sergeant. His experience includes serving as an assistant SWAT team leader, involvement in high-risk incidents, including hostage rescues and the protection of dignitaries, working in criminal investigations (including armed robbery and homicide), and serving on the training committee for the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office.

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