Risk Management Series - Family Registration

As the attack on traditional American religion, culture, and values evolves it becomes ever more apparent that the American family of today—and tomorrow—faces risk that our parents probably never considered.  Most American families of today have grown and prospered in a relatively safe and protected world.  
However, in a world where extreme workplace violence is increasingly prevalent, racial tensions are more strained than at any time since the ‘60’s, hundreds of thousands of unscreened illegal immigrants continue to invade our nation, and perhaps most importantly, our economic and just-in-time supply systems are facing unprecedented risks—it is essential that Americans understand and practice security risk management.
In order to keep risk and risk management strategies in perspective—to maintain a well-founded common sense approach to the issue—Americans should understand what the “risks” are, how likely they are to occur in their lives, and, based on those considerations, determine what makes sense to do about it.  Risk avoidance is always the preferred strategy, but we can’t and shouldn’t live in a bubble.
Security Risk Management for the American Family is a briefing during which participants will learn about the spectrum of risk that exists today in our everyday lives as well as some of the larger scale risks—the “Black Swan”—that have the very real potential to affect us and the way we live our lives.  
In addition, we’ll discuss the relative likelihood of each risk, the potential consequence if the risk materializes, and what practical steps we can take to make sure our families are prepared to avoid risks when possible and respond effectively if, in spite of our best efforts, we find ourselves facing a situation we hoped never to experience.
Considering the current political climate and the events that are occurring in the world today, this is a must class for every American to attend, and educate themselves to the risks that are present. 



Required Equipment

Notetaking material

Daily Schedule and Location

Course time varies with specific dates. Please refer to the desired date for start times.

All classes are taught at Lake Fork Sportsman's Club, 350 N. 1375 E., Atwood, IL, 61913 unless stated otherwise.


Registration Instructions

1. Register for the desired class online.

2. Complete the registration agreement:

For Individuals, please download, complete and return the Individual Student Agreement

For Organizations, please download, complete, and return the Organization Agreement

3. Return completed forms, by mail, fax, or email to:

Shooter School
PO BOX 1191
Mahomet, IL 61853

Email: admin@shooterschool.com
Fax: 217.489.9241

If you have any questions, or need assistance registering for a course, please contact us or call, 217.972.4503.

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