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Upcoming Featured Training

By Active Response Training and Consulting, LLC

Stress Under Fire

Do you know what to expect from your mind and body during a high stress event?  In this two-hour seminar we will discuss the physiological and psychological effects on  your body and mind during an dafter a deadly conflict.  Topics that will be covered include: The Hormonal Effects on Your Physiology, Condition White through Black on Your Body, Perceptual Distortions  During the Encounter, Memory Loss, Time Warps, Survivors Guilt, PTSD, and Simple Calming Techniques.

April 25th, 2019  6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.  Cost $50

By Active Response Training and Consulting, LLC

Protecting You and Your Loved One: Level 1

All too often traditional self-defense classes cover basic defensive techniques without exposing their students to what criminals are truly capable of during an assault.  Protecting You and Your Loved One: Level 1 is specifically designed to do just that and more.  This course will cover: Real -World Criminal Violent Acts, Pre-Attack Indicators, Mentality of a Criminal, Avoidance, How Not to Appear to be a Victim, Proper Awareness of Your Surroundings, and How to Plan Ahead to Avoid an Attack.

May 4th, 2019 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Cost $75

By Cogburn Enterprises, LLC

Situational Awareness for Realtors and Real Estate Agents

Cogburn Enterprises’ Situational Awareness for Realtors and Real Estate Agents classes help agents keep themselves safe in unknown scenarios. This Montana State approved, four-hour class includes case studies, review of Montana and national laws, tips and hands-on practical application for anyone who may be in unknown scenarios. This class is geared toward Realtors and Real Estate Agents, and does count toward the annual continuing education credits needed to maintain a real estate license.

Don’t let convenience or complacency get you into trouble. Contact Cogburn Enterprises today to learn more about upcoming classes.

Two classes available: May 23rd and May 28th from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Cost $79 for 4 hours of continuing education credits