Countering Active Threat Training
Designed for Civilians
Countering Active Threat Training (CATT) was designed for civilians, from the congregant to the rabbi, from the frontline volunteer to those charged with security. The goal of the training is to provide participants with a better understanding of active threats and potential response options. This training provides a timely, concise protection strategy for potential active threat survivors who might not otherwise know what to do during an unexpected act of violence. The course subscribes to the national model "Run, Hide, Fight" while also discussing Situational Awareness and life-saving training such as CPR and Stop the Bleed.