Here’s a question for you…
Are you as prepared to defend your self, your family/loved ones and/or your home, as you think you are or as you could be? Are you prepared to do whatever it takes? (within the law). Are you prepared…?
Ultimately, only you can answer that question – so let’s pose other questions that may help you answer it:
- Where do you spend the majority of your day? Home? Vehicle? Office? Shop?
- Where do you wear/keep your firearm(s) at work and at home? Can you get to them easily?
- What state of readiness are your firearms kept in? Loaded? Made ready?
- Are you in the right mindset to confront one, two or three home invaders at two in the morning?
- What should your family members do during a home invasion?
- Are you able to draw your firearm and fight from the confines of your vehicle?
- What options are available to you, should your vehicle be blocked/surrounded by a hostile crowd/illegal demonstration?
- Does your church/house of worship have an understanding of the guardian angel concept?
- Do your armed school security personnel have the training to move through school corridors swiftly and tactically?
- In the confusion of an active shooter incident, how do you identify good guys from the bad guys? What identification measures can be easily implemented to address that?
- Do you know how to conduct a surveillance survey of your home/office/when you exit/enter your vehicle?
These are all factors in HOW you might respond and WHAT options are available to you – a one-size-fits-all approach rarely works and, because of that, we “Group” this course into categories, in order that the training is relevant to your, your family’s and your community’s needs.
- 27 – 28 Aug: Families
- 10 – 11 Sep: Armed School/Church/Mall Security Officers
- 24 – 25 Sep: Women Only
- 08 – 09 Oct: Small Business/Shop Owners
- 22 – 23 Oct: Uber/Delivery Drivers/Chauffeurs
- 26 – 27 Nov: Families
- 10 – 11 Dec: Armed School/Church/Mall Security Officers
Each course will consist of an integrated learning approach, “specific” to each groups security concerns and will be delivered through a series of powerpoint lessons, discussions, whiteboard exercises, scenario judgement training and live firing exercises.
Our aim is that by the end of the two days, you’ll be more confident in answering that initially posed question….are you prepared?
As part of Go Noisy’s due diligence, code of ethics, transparency, oversight, accountability and personal liability process, you will be required to have a valid firearms/CCW license, in order to attend the course.
Please also note the following:
> A minimum of 4 participants are required for this course to run effectively.
> The course is capped at 10 participants.
The course price does not include accommodation. However, if you’d like to stay over at The Ranch, then please email us at [email protected] and we’ll be able to arrange that for you.
The accommodation is of an excellent standard and consists of 3-bedroomed suites with a fully functional kitchen, dining room, sitting room, breakfast bar, coffee machine, toaster, oven, fridge, washer, and dryer and free WIFI – the sunrise, in the mornings, out here is something to see.
DISCLAIMER: Go Noisy reserve the right to refuse entry on the course to anyone who, we believe, is not acting in an honest and transparent manner. Furthermore, Go Noisy do not accept liability for what any individual may do with the firearms training they have received, once the course has ended and all course participants will be required to sign a firearms waiver, during the course booking process.
> Bring your own pistols & carbines
> You will be required to bring 130 rounds of your own pistol ammunition and 110 rounds of your own carbine ammunition.
Clothing will be dependent upon the time of year that you have booked your course. However, there is absolutely no requirement to bring any military type clothing. The course is conducted from a concealed carry platform.
> Jeans/robust trousers.
> Trainers/shoes/non-military boots.
> A sturdy belt
Please avoid wearing expensive clothing on the range as there is a risk of it being ripped, torn and/or damaged.
Absolutely no short-shorts, daisy-dukes, boob tubes, flip-flops or leisure wear on the range please – you know who you are.
All course participants are encouraged to bring their own kit and equipment as it is crucial to your own training development, that you train with the equipment that you are most familiar with.
> Pistol holster
> Pistol magazine holders (double)
> Rifle magazine holders
> Rifle sling (double point)
> Eye protection
> Ear protection
This equipment CAN be provided for an additional charge of $30.00
Please inform us by email if you are a left handed firer.
Please bring sun block – it can get hot out here.