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                                             SAFE Training is a Centerpoint initiative that is more than just a Women's Self Defense class, it is a reality based,                                                               comprehensive, and condensed program to educate and empower women to make decisions about their own personal safety                                               and security initiatives and to prepare them to take action to get out of a potential confrontation.  SAFE Training stands for                                                 Survival Actions for Female Empowerment. 


                                             The training will consist of a presentation focusing on improving your safety mindset, look at vulnerabilities and solutions for                                               each individual and their abilities, and provide information about situational awareness.  We will have a demonstration of                                                     realistic and practical defensive skills and a hands on portion to help you learn these new skills. Participants are strongly                                                     encouraged to take part in the physical skills, but not required.  You can be as involved in the hands on portion as you desire. The combination of information and physical ability will result in a greater sense of confidence and comfort in everyday living.

The training is valuable for all ages and abilities and will be approximately 3 1/2  hours.    CLICK HERE FOR OUR NEXT COURSE DATE











NRA Refuse To Be A Victim - The course is a crime prevention and personal safety course designed to

improve your personal safety strategies so you can gain valuable tips and techniques you need to avoid

dangerous situations and avoid becoming a victim of crime. Time: 3.5 hours Target audience: Groups or

Organizations to help their members improve their personal safety.    



NRA Eddie Eagle GunSafe® Program - The course teaches children from pre-K to third grade four important steps to take if they find a gun.  These steps are presented by the program's mascot, Eddie Eagle, in a easy to remember format consisting of the following simple rules:  
                 If you see a gun:
                    Don't Touch
                  Leave the Area                                    
                    Tell an Adult






                                 NRA Women On Target Instructional Clinic - The Women On Target program is designed to teach firearm safety                                     and the fundamentals of marksmanship to women, giving them the confidence they need to safely handle and                                       operate a firearm.  It's a safe and friendly environment whether you're picking up a gun for the very first time or are just brushing off some dust and need a little refresher.  You immediately feel at ease in our clinics and will be provided with a hands-on, one of a kind experience.  No experience or equipment needed.  For more information, please visit  

Home Firearms Safety Course - This non shooting course teaches participants the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude to explain necessary safe gun handling and storage of firearms and ammunition in the home.  Participants are taught NRA three rules of safe gun handling, primary causes of firearm accidents, firearm parts, how to unload certain firearms, ammunition components, cleaning and care, safe storage of firearms in the home, and benefits of becoming an active participant in shooting sports.  Time:  4 hours   Target audience:  Any one who wants to ensure their home is safe concerning firearms and ammunition.  Participants under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

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