MTS Fundamentals

Lead Instructor:  J. Hart
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The Multi-Threat Shield (MTS) was created to address the growing concerns of increasing violent encounters such as active shooter incidents and other unpredictable acts of violence. In this lesson, learn about the many uses and features of your MTS. Your Multi Threat Shield is perfect for active shooter mitigation, personal protection, first responders and much more.

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Instructions

  1. Watch the Lesson
  2. Take notes on key aspects
  3. Ask questions on the Forum
  4. Take the lesson Quiz
  5. Complete and pass the course Test
  6. Print your Certificate

Lesson Chapters

  1. Introduction
  2. Features and Nomenclature
  3. Carrying Positions: MTS Closed
  4. Carrying Positions: MTS Open
  5. Deploying the MTS

J. Hart

Director, Force Training Institute

As the Director of Force Training Institute, Jay Hart leads a team of first responders, anti-terrorism, cybersecurity, defensive tactics, and crisis management specialists with the vast cumulative experience and expertise in safety and security.

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