Excellence in Training: A Course in Advanced Tactical Mental Preparation Strategies for Law Enforcement Trainers The Excellence in Training Course has helped law enforcement trainers, across North America:
• Reduce remedial training hours with recruits and in-service officers.
• Eliminate mental blocks hindering officer’s success with firearms qualification, written exams and practical exams and scenario based training.
• Reduce attrition rates in recruit training programs.
• Improve officers’ performance during reality based training.
• Improve officers’ performance in the field.
• Graduate confident and competent professionals from academy training programs.
• Improve shooting abilities of officers at all levels, literally overnight, using techniques learned in this program
To Register go to www.winningmindtraining.com and click on the link for Course Listings / Calendar
Cost is $695
Members of ILEETA and Georgia Association on Law Enforcement Trainers ad Instructors pay $545.
Members of the Excellence in Training Academy pay $495.
How much sight picture is enough? This class will address precision pistol shooting - making the shot count, vs. combat accuracy, using principles of sighted-fire, front sight proximity shooting and point shooting. Included tasks will be malfunction clearance, in-battery and out-of-battery reloads and multi-target engagements.
Requirement: 600 rounds of ammo
THE 2017 REGISTRATION FEE IS 150.00 FOR MEMBERS AND $200 FOR NON MEMBERS. EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION IS $135 FOR MEMBERS AND $185 FOR NON MEMBERS (SEPTEMBER 1, 2016 - NOVEMBER 15, 2016).
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO REGISTER MORE THAN ONE PERSON AS AN EARLY BIRD REIGTRANT, PLEASE CONTACT US AT 706-718-9520.
This course offers training to both new and veteran SWAT team members and will introduce/address mission based tactics derived from NTOA philosophies and standards. Students will be introduced to resolution of barricaded suspect situation tactics, individual and team covert movement and chemical agent, less-lethal and diversionary device overviews. High-risk warrant service and hostage rescue techniques will also be covered in-depth. The students will complete multiple fast-paced field training exercises that will improve and enhance tactical skills.
Students will need their duty handgun and rifle/carbine (if issued), including 300 rounds for each platform. All assigned SWAT gear (raid vest, gas mask, BDU or range clothing, boots, illumination (weapon mounted preferable), eye/ear protection, ball cap, hydration, etc.)
$150 per student via check made payable to Fayette County Sheriff’s Office.Please contact Sgt. Mitch Howard (email@example.com 770-716-4826) or Sgt. Ryan Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org 770-716-4894) with any questions or for class outline/syllabus.
Shooter Performance Institute's Advanced Precision Breacher Course (APBC) is a (5) day, (50) hour course that
Teaches the assaulter/officer breaching theory, methodology and efficiency/economy of motion. One differentiator of this course is the presentation of precise applications and techniques that have been combat tested around the world by our team of instructors who are Special Operations Forces (SOF) veterans. The end state is a well-trained breacher that brings back the knowledge and skill set of explosives and proper breaching methods to his/her.
The officer will be trained to be proficient on explosive safety, history and theory, explosive/non-explosive methods of entry, ballistic breaching, thermal breaching, quick-saw breaching, review of breaching accessories, low/high explosive compounds, calculating net explosive weights, safe stacking, breach report, internal breaching, standard operating procedures, misfire procedures and commanders control.
In addition to your daily kit, the required gear for this course is eye/ear protection, soft armor, kneepads, gloves, helmet, departmental breaching tools and a shotgun.
Cost: $1,975 (does not include room and meals)
Location: National Security Associates (NSA), Cusseta, GA 31805
To register for this course, please visit the SPI web site at http://www.shooterperformanceinstitute.com.