I have no actual experience with the school that you mention or any of its instructors. I have done a "fast and certainly not through" Internet investigation relative to it an its CEO, Mr. Yeager. I suggest that anyone do a through investigation before paying the better part of $500 or more for a two day training course at any of the many firearms training schools that have sprung up in the last 15 years.
I would suggest that anyone new to (or with little experience and competency in) matters pertaining to firearms marksmanship and their use for self-defense go to places like "YouTube" and start watching free videos. Much of what you watch may be Bull Excrement; but there are actually some very good videos available on a wide variety of subjects, including guns and real violent attacks (criminal batteries) and self defense shootings captured by surveillance cameras. Few things really impress me, today; but I was recently impressed by a new student who had taught himself to shoot quite well by watching numerous videos on "YouTube".
I do not, thus far in my limited investigation, find anything that that I would consider as disqualifying about Mr. Yeager or his school. Mr. Yeager appears to be a controversial person with some detractors. However, such does not mean that his detractors are correct, or that much of what he teaches is not valid; or how he teaches it, does not work for most persons.
I will note that Mr. Yeager does appear to actually have real experience in at least one gunfight. I do not think that some other firearms self-defense "Experts" can honestly make such a claim.
Hope this helps.
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