First Response / Trauma Management

Posted June 6th, 2013 in Portfolio by admin

Throughout history, war has inspired great advances in medical techniques and life saving procedures.  OEF and OIF are no different.  In fact, these conflicts have advanced trauma care further than all others combined.

The first minutes after serious injury are the most crucial.  Knowing what to do saves lives.

Alastar TDS-C offers TCCC courses and advanced life support to military, law enforcement and EMS / Paramedics.

Our civilian courses present the same techniques special operations use on the battlefield to the responsible citizen.

Click here for more information and registration.

Carbine 1 – Foundations of The Black Rifle

Posted June 6th, 2013 in Portfolio by admin

The AR rifle has become America’s rifle for many reasons.  Its friendly ergonomics make it a quick learn for beginners.  The vast array of available calibers allow for a user to choose an AR that can be used from everything from home defense to big game hunting.  There are now more optics, lights, lasers, and other accessories designed specifically for the AR and give the shooter the ability to customize their carbine for their exact use.

Our Level 1 Carbine Course is a one day, foundations curriculum on the carbine rifle.  The objective of this course is to familiarize the shooter with his or her carbine and develop shooter confidence by focusing on the fundamentals of shooting.

Click HERE to go to registration.

Situational Awareness and Threat Detection Course (SAT-C). Avoid becoming a victim.

Posted October 25th, 2011 in Portfolio by admin

DON’T BECOME A VICTIM.

The best way not be a victim of a violent crime is to avoid it.

Alastar TDS-C has put together simple, effective ways of detecting dangerous situations and avoiding them and created Situational Awareness and Threat Detection Course, or SAT-C.

The class outlines and illustrates techniques to keep you and your loved ones from becoming victims of violent attack.  Attendees will receive instruction on personal and physical security measures used by law enforcement, military, and security professionals while at home, traveling in your car, flying, staying in hotels, and even what to do in case of work place and school violence.

The world can be a dangerous place.  There are ways to avoid being a victim, this class will teach you how.

Professional Firearms Instruction

Posted November 17th, 2010 in Portfolio, Uncategorized by admin

Accuracy…  first and foremost.

The foundation of all our instruction is formed around the fundamentals of shooting.  Accuracy is achieved through mastering the fundamentals first.  Our courses stress learning technique, adding intensity, and finally volume…  in that order.   Only in this order can you become as proficient as possible with your shooting.  By focusing our instruction on the fundamentals and only adding speed components progressively in each course, we improve our students’ shooting methodically.

Prepare for the Unthinkable – Home Defense and Advanced Concealed Carry Courses

Posted November 17th, 2010 in Portfolio by admin

Don’t become a victim.

The reality is, bad things happen to good people.  Violent crimes are on the rise.  It happens in every economic slow time.  People become desperate and they do the unthinkable to their unsuspecting, undeserving, innocent neighbors.

Our Home Defense and Advanced Concealed Carry courses are unique to Alastar TDS-C and teach how to use a handgun to defend your home, family, and yourself by effectively simulating shooting from “rooms” inside your home and from realistic concealed positions.

Aggressive, Realistic and Effective Training

Posted November 16th, 2010 in Portfolio by abenton

Proper Application of the Basics

Posted November 16th, 2010 in Portfolio by abenton

Special Operations units employ the same basic fundamentals as other units and agencies, only they perfect their skills through hours upon hours of focused training.

We teach those same fundamentals and shooting techniques to our students and introduce them to drills used to hone those skills.  As the saying goes, “practice doesn’t make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect”.

We will show you that perfection and how to develop it.

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Expertise – Experience – Focus

Posted November 15th, 2010 in Portfolio by abenton