The Guild Team is a consortium of professional trainers from various backgrounds and disciplines, united under one name to provide some of the best training in the industry. Our team comprises seasoned experts, each bringing unique skills and extensive experience to the table. From former military personnel and law enforcement officers to specialists in various tactical disciplines, our trainers are nationally recognized for their expertise and commitment to excellence.

What truly sets the Guild Team apart is our collaborative spirit and shared dedication to our guiding principle: “Ego is the Enemy of Success.” This ethos drives us to constantly learn from one another and push the boundaries of what effective training can achieve. We believe that by working together, we can create a cohesive and dynamic training environment that fosters growth, innovation, and excellence.

Our trainers are not just instructors; they are mentors and leaders who are passionate about helping you reach your full potential. Whether you’re participating in our breaching training, CQB training, movement solutions, or any of our specialized training courses, you can trust that you are learning from the best in the field. Each member of the Guild Team is committed to providing a safe, supportive, and challenging environment that encourages you to excel.

Guild Team - Sean S

Sean S

National Instructor
Sean is a 19-year veteran of a large police department in the Mid-South. For the past 15 years, he has been assigned to Special Operations as a full-time tactical unit member and a team leader/training coordinator for 12 years. Additionally, he serves his department as a public safety bomb technician and is a regional WMD response team member. Sean has over 3,000 hours of training in various law enforcement areas. During his career in Special Operations, Sean has conducted several successful hostage rescue missions and resolved many barricaded suspect incidents over 15 years. In 2014, Sean was awarded his department’s Medal of Valor for rescuing a teammate shot in a firefight during an operation. 2018 Sean was awarded his department’s Special Operations Officer of the Year. On many weapons platforms, Sean is a certified firearms instructor through the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Rifle Association. Sean prides himself on instructing across the entire law enforcement prism while taking a pragmatic approach. He has taught basic building clearing classes for police academy recruits, various courses for patrol and narcotics officers, and has also instructed command staff on critical incident response/management.