WPS TRAINING COURSES
Our goal is to create realistic, well thought out, and easy to understand training courses. Our Tactics Instructors John Lovell, Paul Perkerson, and Josh Griffiths strive to help students understand the ‘bigger picture’ so they can identify the current state of their training and where their skill set needs to improve. What sets our instructors apart is their ability to break down complex skills and tactics into basic and simple ‘bites’ that students can readily comprehend and follow.
Classes sell out quickly due to high demand, visit our tactical training courses page.
New classes are added monthly, so please check back often.
PISTOL 1This 1 day course lays the foundation for all future pistol training. Safety, range etiquette, clearing, loading, equipment, fundamentals of fire, drawstroke, clearing stoppages, common mistakes, and warrior mindset are the main subjects tackled in this essential course. Though this training is designed for beginners, the subject matter and technique allows students to build realistic skills that can survive the test of stress and small time constraints.
PISTOL 2This 1 day course begins with a review of safety protocols and an audit of each individual’s shooting fundamentals and basic skill sets (draw stroke, reloads, etc). During this course, students will learn use of cover/concealment, concealed carry considerations, fighter mindset, and movement. Prior training is required to be eligible to attend this course.
This 1 day course is all about moving, shooting, and thinking under stress. Students are expected to have previously gained unconscious competency in their fundamentals of fire and basic skill sets. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: fighting from concealment, one-handed operation, movement, use of cover, integrating hand-to-hand combat, and integrating tactics in order to ‘fight smarter.’
RIFLE 1This 1 day course lays the foundation for all future rifle training. Safety, range etiquette, weapon operation, accessories, fundamentals of fire, shooting/ready positions, rapid target acquisition, target transitions, clearing of stoppages, rapid fire, and warrior mindset are the main subjects tackled in this essential course. Though this training is designed for beginners, the subject matter and technique allows students to build realistic skills that can survive the test of stress and small time constraints.
RIFLE 2This 1 day course begins with a review of safety protocols and an audit of each individual’s shooting fundamentals. During this course, students will be introduced to movement, use of cover and/or concealment, alternate body positions, scenario based stress fires, fighter mindset, and more. This course requires prior training equivalent to Rifle 1.
This 1 day course challenges students to perform skills under stress with an elevated heart rate. Combat fitness, shooting while moving, and problem solving are the heart of this training. Students will also learn skills such as rifle to pistol transitions, unconventional shooting positions, and more. Prior skills taught in Rifle 1 and Rifle 2 courses will be tested and further refined with challenging and fun drills.
INTRO TO LONG RANGE PATROL
This 2 day course teaches what is necessary, both logistically and tactically, to engage in a long range patrol in enemy occupied territory. With the expectation of a small amount of time in the classroom, students should expect to ‘learn by doing’, and come ready to work. Relevant topics of instruction and practical application include, but are not limited to: prepping for a patrol, introduction to land navigation, principles of patrolling, reconnaissance, basic military tactics, etc.
Night Fighter is a 2-day open enrollment class designed for Law Enforcement, law-abiding civilians, and individual military members. It provides instruction to armed professionals who are looking to become more proficient in no-light/low-light operations. This class focuses on increasing the students’ night vision skillsets during real world operations through lecture and range evolutions. Students will participate in a variety of evolutions to include (but not limited to): individual movement, weapons manipulation, use of cover/concealment under NODs and Live Fire drills.
ONE MAN ROOM CLEARING
This is high-stakes chess and the unforgiving game of angles. Here, pistol/rifle skills graduate into something far more important: tactics. This class is a mix between classroom time, drills, force-on-target, and force-on-force exercises. The course will review different types of clearing methods and display the various tactics that make them successful. For single-man clearing outside of an active shooter scenario, we will major on more deliberate clearing methods.
EDC COMBATIVES FORCE ON FORCE
This 2 day course introduces the fundamentals of SOCP, as well as techniques from other combat-focused disciplines designed to meet the threats of day to day civilian life. Topics covered will include basic self defense techniques, pistol takeaways, knife takeaways, EDC setups, situational awareness, mindset, and hand to hand combat introduction. While these skills and techniques are employed by Special Forces Operators, they are life-or-death practices that are integral to self defense for any civilian.
MED 1 with Travis Hall
This 1 day course is hosted by renowned medical professional Doc T (Travis Hall). This combat focused training helps you get off the battlefield in the fight. We will discuss the TCCC Trauma Combat Casualty Care or Care under fire mindset. This course is a down and dirty on why, what, and how you should approach military style injuries.
MED 2 with Travis Hall
This 1 day course is hosted by renowned medical professional Doc T (Travis Hall): This combat focused course will dive into more prolonged care. What would you do when responders cannot get to you immediately? In a prolonged medical emergency the body shows signs (tells) of how it is responding to the trauma.
JOIN WARRIOR POET SOCIETY & General Jerry Boykin on a 12-Day Safari to Jordan & Israel
Join Warrior Poet Society and General Boykin on an adventure of a lifetime to Jordan & Israel. We will see the spectacular Wadi Rum dessert by Jeep, spend a night in the in the company of a local Bedouin tribe and explore the magnificent red rock city of Petra. We will cross the Jordan River into Israel and visit Jericho. Will will spend a few days in Northern Israel visiting Megiddo (Armageddon), the Golan Heights, Tel Dan, and many other strategic locations. We will visit the West Bank town Bethlehem, Masada – Herod’s mountain hideaway, and the Dead Sea before entering the Holy City of Jerusalem. This will be an amazing journey with incredible history around every corner!
JOIN WARRIOR POET SOCIETY on a 12-Day WWII European Tour
In mid-May of 2022, Warrior Poet Society is embarking on a 12-Day Epic Battlefield tour that will weave us through some of the most beautiful and historic destinations in not just Europe, but the world. From the beaches of Normandy and the lights of Paris to the Bavarian Alps of Germany, this is truly the comprehensive journey of a lifetime.
For all training and trips questions check our FAQ’s here.
**Due to the current ammo shortage in the US***
For your convenience, we are running our classes with less ammunition than usual. We recommend anywhere from 300-500 rounds per class. However you have the option to shoot less of your ammo in class and still learn the course. After any drill has been performed in class you may dry fire or shoot less rounds at the firing line, while still receiving the same level of personal attention and course credit.
You may shoot reloaded ammo (at your own risk) or steel case. You MAY NOT shoot any steel penetrating core, i.e. NATO green tip. We recommend Fiocchi ammo if you are looking for reliable ammo at good prices.
Refund Policy for Classes
- If you cancel 60 or more days before the class date, you will receive a 50% refund.
- If you cancel 59-30 days before the class date, you will receive a 25% refund.
- If you cancel 29-15 days before the class date, you will receive a 15% refund.
- If you cancel less than 14 days before the class date, you will receive no refund.
Refund Policy for Excursions
The $500 per person deposit is nonrefundable. Deposits and other payments exceeding the $500 per person are refundable in full up to sixty days prior to departure. After this date, refunds for unused accommodations and services will be limited to the amount received from and/or credited by all carriers, sightseeing operators and hotels.