Active threat situations are occurring across society and culture. Schools, places of worship, concerts, night clubs, malls, theaters, public roadways and places of business have all been effected by mass casualty shootings, bombings, natural disasters and more. In these tense situations chaos fills the atmosphere and first responders are frantically sought out to return order. Before trained help arrives, situations are deteriorating and preventable deaths are occurring.

Immediate Response Training, LLC is a service disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOSB) founded in 2019 by 20 year US Army Special Operations veteran, Tim Walsh. During his military service Tim served in combat in the Global War on Terror in both Afghanistan and Iraq. Tim also deployed to many other countries in an advisor role, training soldiers from 17 foreign militaries. Tim currently serves as a Police Officer in the Chicagoland area, where he works as an Immediate Trauma Care Instructor, First Aid/CPR/AED instructor, Stop the Bleed instructor and Force Options, Arrest and Control Tactics Instructor. Tim has been awarded multiple life-saving awards including the 2018 Hundred Club of Dupage County Award of Valor for life saving actions.

Tim is on a mission to provide as many people as possible with the necessary, baseline skills needed to effectively respond to a medical or physical security emergency. IRT courses seek to reduce the amount of chaos by teaching the most effective response techniques and to reduce the amount of deaths caused by treatable injuries. Available training includes:

  • Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Planning
  • Active Shooter Response
  • Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (Law Enforcement and General Public)
  • Stop The Bleed
  • First Aid/ CPR/AED (Professional Responders and General Public)

Immediate Response Training, LLC is an Authorized Training Provider of The American Red Cross, an Authorized Education Partner of the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC) and a Certifying Partner with the American College of Surgeons “Stop The Bleed”.

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