911 Academy Seminars2022-11-08T19:44:32-08:00

Our Mission Is to Provide Life Saving Skills to All Americans.

We Are Committed to Your Health, Safety and Preparedness. 911 Academy’s new and innovative Emergency Response and Conflict Management Seminar, titled, “How to Become Your Own 1st Responder” has been created to provide all Americans with life-saving tools in times of CRISIS. You will learn how to recognize imminent threats in your environment, as it pertains to your surroundings, and how to prepare yourself for a high or low threat, mass casualty, or active shooter event. Additionally, you will learn how to respond, react, assist and cope with these traumatic events.

Our Speakers are Renowned in their Respective Fields and Bring you the Information Needed to Stay Smart, Stay Safe, and Stay Alive.

We proudly present seven (7) of the country’s premier keynote speakers highly regarded in their respective fields of expertise. The presenters will be sharing with you their experiences of lessons learned, knowledge gained, and how to effectively navigate a traumatic experience from start to finish, including the residual underlying hidden effects. 

Our seminar provides an effective blueprint for you, your family, office, campus, schools, and organization to adequately plan and be prepared for possible acts of violence. This seminar may be the difference between saving your life and the life of others around you.

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why 911 Academy Seminars

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qualified instructors

Dave Reiff

Speaking to the current climate within our school system as it pertains to high-threat situations.

11-year Military Veteran (Air Force, CA, TX, NM National Guard) Weapons Inspector, Secure Communication Technician 20 years Higher Education, Public Schools, Coaching & Educator Dedicated to the education, well-being, health, and safety of our public Institutions!

Chad Talbot

Teaches you the tactics for surviving a high-threat situation

Former Naval Special Warfare, SWCC, Anti-Terrorism instructor & Diplomatic protection agent for Department of State (DOS)

Geoffrey Guerin

After the police arrive on the scene, what to do and how to interact.

S.W.A.T Commander of the Gilroy/Morgan Hill S.W.A.T Team and supervisor of the GPD Anti-Crime Team (Street crimes team). A S.W.A.T team member for over 17 years and prior to that he served as a member of the Hostage Negotiations Team for 7 years. Geoff is also the supervisor of the GPD Critical Incident Stress Debrief/Peer Support Team, Bike Patrol Team, and the GPD Terrorism Liaison Officer.

John Dillon

Understanding the use of force according to the California Penal Code.

Principal attorney at the Dillon Law Group APC, practicing in a broad range of firearms-related matters including constitutional law, firearms litigation arising under the Second Amendment, firearms-related criminal charges, use of force and self-defense law

Rick Noda

Educating you on immediate medical life-saving skills and health wellness.

Former combat Marine and LVN nurse, full-time endurance coach and participant for the past 10 years, CEO T3 – TRX Black & Yellow Elite Coach, educating you on how to treat hands-on emergency medical needs.

Devonderia Sanchez

Beyond the threat, pre, and post-trauma awareness.

Mental health professional (MA, LMFT) Helps you understand the triggers associated with traumatic events and how to cope with the aftermath i.e. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Integrative nutritional mental health practitioner to alleviate systems associated with the mind-body connection.

Aundrey Sanchez

How to become your own veteran advocate, once out of the United States military.

Former Army combat veteran & CEO of N.E.I. teaches you some critical skills required to process your veteran claims.

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Our seminar will be held on beautiful Coronado Island in San Diego, California at the Coronado Community Center in their Nautilus Room.
Coronado Community Center
1845 Strand Way
Coronado, Ca. 92118

Saturday and Sunday’s Event 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Normally $499 Now $299

Or Individual Days Available:

Saturday’s Event Only 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. $175
Sunday’s Event Only 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. $175
For corporate rates: contact@911academy.us

Complimentary Catering Provided By:

For vendor opportunities contact us at: 619.517.6420, contact@911academy.us

or visit our vendor’s page.

FAQ

Will vendors be at this event?2022-10-22T11:57:48-07:00

Yes, this seminar includes TACTICAL, LAW ENFORCEMENT, EMERGENCY RESPONSE, MENTAL HEALTH, and HEALTH & WELLNESS, VENDORS. Vendors will be accompanied by other influential companies that have already been scheduled to be a part of our seminar and we would love for you to join us at this amazing event.  

What Do I Need To Bring For This Seminar?2022-08-03T16:18:03-07:00

Bring a pen and paper for note-taking and comfortable clothes.

Who Is This Seminar For?2022-08-08T16:13:38-07:00

This seminar is for everyone, families, educators, first responders, churches, corporate, veterans & military members.

Will Food And beverages Be Provided?2022-08-08T14:24:52-07:00

Depending on the venue and food accessibility available for each seminar we may or may not provide food and drinks. Please check each event for details.

What If 911 Academy Has To Cancel the Seminar?2022-08-03T16:10:43-07:00

If 911 has to cancel the seminar for any reason, there will not be a refund. The cost of the event will be transferrable to another seminar or any other event or course of instruction that 911 Academy provides.

What Happens If I Can’t Make The Seminar?2022-08-03T16:14:57-07:00

If you can not make the seminar the cost of the event will be transferrable to another seminar or any other event or course of instruction that 911 Academy provides. No refunds will be provided.

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