CQB LAB 1 - $350
CQB Lab 1 is an introductory, immersive learning environment designed to develop a foundational skillset in modern CQB TTPs. From building anatomy, awareness of the multi-dimensional CQB environment, concepts of security, basic small unit tactics, and management of non-threats to the importance of proper equipment selection and setup for use in diminished lighting, this course is a constant evolution and application of the presented concepts. The course focuses on 2- to 5-man elements and emphasizes the importance of target discrimination & identification. The material presented is the most modern tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) currently taught on the subject. No relics of the past are resurrected here.
CQB LAB 2 - $500
30-HOUR CLASS (Prerequisite: CQB Lab 1)
CQB Lab 2 picks up where CQB Lab 1 leaves off. Immediately, concepts are implemented in larger groups, of up to 7-man & larger entry elements, and the methods needed to utilize divided assets. Multiple entry points and deconfliction of multiple searching elements within the target structure are covered. This course will also present the use of technology in searching and clearing operations. The employment of robots, NFDDs, and night vision devices will be studied to assist students in solving complex tactical problems.
The primary Instructor for these courses is a Special Operations Team Commander who has previously held positions as Team Leader & Training Coordinator for a Special Operations Team in northeast Oklahoma. He is a factory certified AR armorer, a graduate of Direct Action Resource Center’s (DARC) Level 1 & Level 2 Law Enforcement Counter Terrorism Courses (LECTC1 & LECTC2), and is currently enrolled in DARC’s Instructor Development program for those courses. He teaches handgun, rifle, & CQB courses, and has trained with numerous nationally recognized instructors in firearms and tactics.
These classes have been cataloged by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training for 20 & 30 hours of
mandatory continuing education credit, respectively. Regarding any law enforcement concepts, practices, methods,
techniques, products, or devices as might be taught, promoted, or otherwise espoused in outside schools or
seminars, there is no intent, expressed or implied, that listing the course in the CLEET Course Catalog indicates
or in any way conveys ‘CLEET approval’ of such concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices,
unless such approval is explicitly stated by CLEET.