All Courses are taught by lecture, followed by demonstration and practical application and are designed to provide students with a challenging learning environment that will enhance the skills that are necessary to be successful in real world situations. Courses may be combined/tailored to meet the agency’s mission and timeline.
This course gives the trainees the necessary knowledge and skills in order to exploit personnel, documents, electronic data and material captured at the sensitive site, while neutralizing any threat posed by the site or its contents. The focus is on Operational Environments, Tactical Operations, Search Operations, Planning Considerations, and Biometrics.
Explains intended operational use of all optics, lasers and thermals, system descriptions and safety issues, power requirements and general operations, and operational employment. This course also includes laser zero techniques, external ballistics, night work to include target recognition with the thermal and night vision systems.
This course can be tailored to your unit’s operational needs. Courses are accomplished by use of lecture, demonstration and practical application to include: General Mounted Operations, Planning Considerations and Preparations, Operational Employment, Navigational Techniques, and Maintenance and Recovery.
This course can be tailored to your unit’s operational needs. Courses are accomplished by use of lecture, demonstration and practical application to include: Basic Leadership and Tactical Mindset, Types of Patrols, Conduct of Patrols, Immediate Actions, Signals, Land Navigation, and Call for Fire.
By integrating multiple training topics this is a well rounded pre-deployment course, we can create a critical path to success, providing the individual, and ultimately the unit, advanced capabilities in combat skills and concepts. This course starts with TCCC, followed by a review of the fundamentals of tactical mindset, marksmanship and CQC, culminating in force on force operations. All skills learned are enforced with ongoing repetition.
This course can be as basic or advanced as your agency’s skill level and TTP’s. Instructors teach the methodology, techniques for movement through a building, dynamic CQC, searches, active shooter scenarios and emergency evacuation.
This course focuses on the instructor’s ability to run a safe and effective CQC scenario in the shoot house. Key subjects covered are safety, shoot house construction and set up, and the importance of individual and team proficiency and evaluation criteria.
Course includes Explosive Theory fundamentals, types of manufactured explosives, comparative analysis of different types of explosives, uses in recent history/current trends/TTPs, identification of precursors used in HME manufacturing and common uses, common types of HME used in AO, basic component theory, methods of functioning and immediate actions taken to prevent functioning possible IED, insurgent goals, and emplacements/ concealment techniques.