This 8-hour class was written to provide the LEO with the fundamental knowledge & skills base necessary to safely clear buildings alone or with another LEO. We began offering this class with the small agency LEO or those who may not have ready access to additional backing units in mind. The class covers modern, recognized movement techniques, equipment selection & setup, decision making & positive target identification, low light techniques, and more. We will soon be offering the 16-hour SEBC - Opposed, which will pressure test the skills presented in a Force-On-Paper & Force-On-Force environment.
This 45-hour course is designed to narrow the skills gap between Patrol Officers and Tactical Officers. By providing Patrol Officers with the skills and confidence to effectively coordinate, maneuver, and lead in small groups they are empowered to effectively address critical incidents in the moments they are unfolding, leading to increased preservation of life.
This 8-hour class is intended for LEOs who need to work on their fundamentals of handgun marksmanship. If you struggle to qualify or to consistently shoot good scores, this class is for you.
This 8-hour class will provide the LEO with the fundamental knowledge and skills to begin effectively deploying the MRDS-equipped handgun on and off duty. This class is also a springboard to continued learning with other instructors, and is intended to assist with lowering the hurdles commonly encountered by new MRDS handgunners. During this class we will discuss the selection of optics and mounting options, zeroing the dot, find the dot, tracking the dot in recoil, aiming the gun with a failed or occluded optic, and other topics. Each class concludes with a CLEET handgun COF requal for those LEOs who need a qual with the red dot to satisfy agency requirements.
This 8-hour class will provide lawfully armed civilians with the fundamental knowledge and skills to begin effectively deploying the MRDS-equipped handgun. This class is also a springboard to continued learning with other instructors, and is intended to assist with lowering the hurdles commonly encountered by new MRDS handgunners. During this class we will discuss the selection of optics and mounting options, zeroing the dot, find the dot, tracking the dot in recoil, aiming the gun with a failed or occluded optic, and other topics. Throughout the class, we will shoot a variety of skill development drills, and the course will conclude with one of several nationally-recognized handgun skills tests. This will provide valuable data for each student related to their current level of proficieny with the MRDS-equipped pistol as a defensive tool.
This one-day, 14-hour course is intended to further develop the handgun & rifle skills of the LEO. Students are expected to have attended previous training beyond the academy covering handgun and rifle/carbine fundamentals. This is not a strictly marksmanship course, but rather a course related to applied marksmanship in tactical applications. Therefore, all material covered in this course is context driven. Students must possess strong fundamentals skills and be safe shooters. The course covers positional shooting, transitions, malfunction clearance, equipment selection & setup, low light techniques, movement, and more. Students will shoot a record CLEET qual with both handgun & rifle. Day and night courses of fire are included. This course is also the TD1 course qualification for our Basic SWAT School.
This 4-day, 45-hour course is intended to create minimally qualified swat entry operators, imbued with a basic skillset, mindset, and knowledge base which will make them eligible to continue their development with their assigned teams. A Special Operations Officer with a strong base in the fundamental knowledge, skills and abilities required of the modern tactical officer will be able to take on more advanced learning topics from his host agency and from outside training sources. Topics include Marksmanship & Weapons Handling, History & Role of SWAT Officers & Teams, Mission Planning, Intelligence Gathering & Analysis, Task Organization & Tactical Leadership, Combined Operations Concepts, Employment of Technological Assets, Modern CQB Theories, Warrant Service, Small Unit Tactics, Vehicle Operations, Basic Medical Skills, NFDD & Less Lethal Employment, among others.
Advanced SWAT School - 55 Hours
CQB Lab 1 - 20 Hours & CQB Lab 2 - 30 Hours
free active gunman/active killer response training for schools
This course means a lot to us. We feel very fortunate to be a part of this important training and are proud to offer our website and network of training partners to facilitate its presentation in Oklahoma schools. Preventing and stopping violent attacks in schools, and preserving life in the aftermath of these events is what this course is all about. A very dedicated group of professionals and volunteers are ready to bring this program to your school. Every school should have this knowledge.