I'm not keen on military structured teaching. that being said i am in favor of 'every which way you think something can happen and them ways that are likely never to happen' training. life comes at you from many ways--being prepared for as many as you can think of will help to cover for ways you didn't.
you are a club member? go to IDPA shoots--watch, ask questions. chances are you will find people willing to share. and/or they may know someone for you to contact. also try calling some local NRA Instructors. often they teach SD as well as Basic Pistol. i have for 20+ years. I'd be happy to help you out--let me know when to expect the train tickets
things you can do on your own are: practice situational awareness and acquisition/presentation of your primary pistol--and your secondary gun!
i charge $150 for 1st class ( 3 1/2 hours), 2nd class ( about 6 weeks later) 2 hours and a 3rd class in another month or so. i am also on the phone as needed.
a good instructor will work with you and your abilities rather than forcing you to conform to what 'they' say is The Right Way. that is my biggest gripe about how 'formal' schools operate.