Church Safety

Church Safety Handgun Class $100    

Do you carry in a place of worship? Then this class is for you.

Guardian Training Agency developed a 4 hour training class for those that carry in a place of worship. This class is designed to develop skills based on church environments.
This is not a Basic Handgun Class. Students will perform scenario and role-playing exercises and perform live-fire exercises on paper, rubber and steel targets.
Certificates of Completion are provided upon successful completion of the class.

Topics covered will include:

  • Firearms safety
  • Mindset
  • Proper shooting fundamentals
  • Gear Selection
  • Drawing from concealment
  • No shoots
  • Movement
  • Shot-timer drills and evaluations
  • Shooting around objects

Required equipment:

  • A reliable handgun
  • Extra magazine
  • Quality holster and a sturdy belt
  • 200 rounds of ammunition
  • Eye and ear protection
  • Comfortable shoes (lots of moving)
  • Water and snacks

Complete this form if you have questions or would like to attend a Church Safety Handgun Class. 

About the Instructor

Paul Urias,

Paul is a current local law enforcement officer with 24 years’ experience. He is a former SWAT member and is a certified Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor, Texas License to Carry Handgun Instructor, NRA Instructor and Range Safety Officer. He is a Trainer and Firearms Instructor for the department where he works. Paul`s training techniques are based on his various training and law enforcement experience. Paul co-founded Guardian Training Agency with the belief that training should be exciting, relevant and realistic. Paul is knowledgeable in self-defense, mindset techniques and is a certified Glock handgun and AR-15 rifle armorer. Paul serves on the Safety Committee at Midland Shooters Association. To continue with his training, Paul recently completed a Dark Angel Medical and ALICE response to active shooter class.

*Guardian Training Agency reserves the right to refuse our services to anyone if we have reason to believe there is a safety concern.