"This was one of the best firearms instructor courses I have taken. The instructors were knowledgeable and answered questions, provoked discussions, and I learned something new which is always great when you go to training." - Terry N., Ohio
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Live-Fire Vehicular Engagements
A vehicle is the most prolific piece of cover in an urban environment, and may be the only mobile piece of cover for law enforcement in a rural environment. Officers need to understand how to use a vehicle to their advantage during a deadly force encounter. Training involving shooting into, out of, and around vehicles has become more popular in recent years, yet many firearms instructors don't know how to conduct the training safely or how to use their disposable vehicles in the most efficient manner possible to maximize their training.
This 2-day / 16-hour instructor development course is designed to show firearms instructors how to safely conduct live-fire vehicular engagement drills. Everything from counter-ambush drills to vehicle assault drills will be covered. Instructors will be shown how to get the maximum use of disposable vehicles for training and ballistic testing. And, if only operational vehicles can be used, then instructors will learn the best methods to preserve them and mitigate potential damage.
This course is approved by the NRA LE Division for 16 hours of continuing education credit.
NOTE: This course requires the use of carbines / rifles. Students don't need to be certified as a rifle instructor to attend. However, students must have successfully completed a rifle operator certification course of 16+ hours to attend this course.
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