Career Certifications in Portage


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  • AZO Civil Services
    The Training Locations The instructors combine classroom lectures with training at an outdoor range. The Classes AZO's team trains men and women in the use of pistols, rifles, and shotguns. Their curriculum starts at the beginner level with NRA First Step courses, then goes all the way up to advanced levels. Other firearms classes include CPL courses and a hunters' safety course. Beyond firearms, AZO also hosts Refuse to be a Victim classes and first-aid classes that cover topics including CPR and AED.? At a Glance AZO Civil Services was started in 2010 with a noble mission in mind. The instructors wanted to train average citizens in different life-saving skills so that they could protect themselves and others. Today, they are still thoroughly committed to these goals. When not leading classes, the instructors often hone their own skills while at the range or out hunting for wild game.
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    8135 Coxs Dr., Suite 207
    Portage, MI US
  • ASR Group
    The Range ASR Group utilizes its own private range facility located in Scotts, MI. (Kalamazoo County) The Rentals ASR Group rents free pistols in .380 ACP, .357 Magnum, .38 SPL, and 9 millimeter calibers from brands such as Glock. At a Glance There is a long list of bullet points on the r?sum? of each one of ASR Group's instructors. They're all NRA-certified range instructors and are certified in firearms instruction and have served in either law enforcement or the military. This experienced team teaches NRA classes and their own firearms curriculum in handguns, rifles, and shotguns.
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    5817 S Westnedge Ave.
    Portage, MI US
  • Brain Balance of Kalamazoo
    Believing that learning and behavioral disorders stem from improper communication between brain hemispheres, Brain Balance Centers offers a drug-free, multi-faceted system to boost brain function. Physical and cognitive exercises combine with easy-to-follow dietary changes to improve social, academic and behavioral issues associated with ADHD, Asperger's, and other social and learning disorders without the use of medication. Now more than 50 Brain Balance Centers practice this Hemispheric Integration Therapy, with professional teams tailoring programs to help kids improve focus and behavior, academic performance, communication, and social skills.
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    6778 S Westnedge Ave
    Portage, MI US
  • Mad Science
    Mad Science will bring the party to your home, or you can book a shindig at the Mad Science Lab, opening April 29 on West KL Avenue.
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    6811 West Kl Avenue
    Kalamazoo, MI US
  • Climb Kalamazoo
    Open 365 days a year, Southwest Michigan’s premier climbing gym functions as a 10,500-square-foot climber’s sanctuary. The state-of-the-art climbing center, which touts 30-foot walls and routes up to 65 feet in length, offers beginning belayers and skilled shale shimmiers alike the chance to reach the summit of impressive rock formations. Using hands and prehensile carabiners, climbers support their own weight and engage upper and lower body muscles for the ultimate endurance test. Whether pass holders are aiming to enhance current scaling skills or aspiring to rescue a few more tree-cats this season, Climb Kalamazoo can satisfy desires in a safe, comprehensive manner.
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    136 S Kalamazoo Mall
    Kalamazoo, MI US
  • The Michigan Irish Music School
    There’s a simple reason why students never encounter sheet music at The Michigan Irish Music School: to owner and instructor Tim Huston, sheet music is boring. It's also rigid, he says, forcing musicians to follow an absent composer's notes and annotations rather than the rhythms and cadences of their fellow musicians strumming and drumming alongside them. Instead, Tim and the school’s other instructors break down reels and jigs piece by piece, teaching students musical themes and patterns that pop up in the most celebrated of Irish folk tunes and international whale calls. In doing so, students devote their energies to the primitive fun and excitement of music making. The diversity of instruments in a single class also adds to the social experience, with students coaxing sounds from fiddles, flutes, tin whistles, accordions, and mandolins. At the end of the year, they showcase their talents in a recital in front of friends and family, adding the energy of the audience for what the Irish might call a true session.
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    5534 W Michigan Ave.
    Kalamazoo, MI US
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