Dave Harrington here. In respect to coordinating a training event, I generally rely on a “Host” and/or a specific point of contact. I have a template I’ve developed over time that serves me well in ensuring that all critical nodes are addressed 30 days in advance of the gig.
I have three basic prerequisites prospective training participants must meet; you must be able to speak & understand English, you must be able to pay attention & follow instructions, and you must have a current concealed weapons permit (unless you live in a state with Constitutional Carry).
I offer the following training programs:
Entry Level Pistol: this program is for the “entry level” individual who are interested in acquiring a pistol, or have purchased a pistol but have no training in its practical use. The primary focus of this class is Firearms Safety, the mechanics of “gun-handling”, and the mechanics of shooting.
Comprehensive Pistol: this program is for intermediate & advanced practitioners. I use an experienced based formula to conduct an assessment of the individual & collective ability of the crew to apply themselves, select my “start point” and take the crew as far as I can within the given time & resources. The program covers all aspects of Marksmanship & Combat Marksmanship to include “fighting with guns”.
Integrated Weapons for Urban Combat; this program is for intermediate & advanced practitioners. This program covers all aspects of Marksmanship & Combat Marksmanship to include the tactics, techniques, and procedures for using the carbine as the primary weapon and the pistol as the secondary weapon.