We share our years of experience with your team so that they can be heroes too.
Why ONE Training?
ONE Training travels to the scenes of shootings across the nation to obtain valuable information which can be used to help thwart future attacks. Our training evolves as incidents do. We carefully study each shooting scenario to build on our knowledge of active shooter attacks, and keep our training relevant and effective. Our investigators report their findings to our training staff who in turn apply them to our training methods and lifesaving solutions.
The right training for the right people
We focus on providing the appropriate training to the correct staff member in accordance with their role. Every role in your organization has its own unique set of vulnerabilities that must be met with bespoke safety solutions. For this reason, ONE Training offers customized programs that tailor the training to specific roles. ONE covers it all; from support staff to executive leadership, we ensure comprehensive preparedness at every level.
Our company Chaplain Josh Czyz is part of our investigative traveling team and is on site to counsel survivors and loved ones who are affected by the shooting. His Faith in God and his extensive training in Critical Incident Stress Management allow him to effectively offer comfort for those who are grieving from unimaginable loss.
Speak to an expert today
Take the first step and speak with one of our trainers today. We want to know more about you, your organization, and your safety and security goals.
What others say about our training
America’s #1 Preferred Training
Thank you, NSSPA, for naming ONE as America’s #1 preferred training!
The ONE Training Mission Statement
ONE Training is dedicated to one mission, “Our Mission is to provide real-world solutions to save lives from an active shooter attack.” We are founded by a SWAT Operator who is partnered with Subject Matter Experts from FBI, Secret Service, Homeland Security, NYS Homeland Security, Navy Seals, Delta Force Operators, and Detectives who have studied active shooter attacks since 1985.