3-day Pistol / Rifle Instructor Development Course
Course # PRID.1020.2 (24-hour Course)
Michigan MCOLES Approved Course
(Approved by the Michigan Commission on LE Standards)
Pre-requisite: Student instructors seeking to attend this course must be a certified firearms instructor with current / valid instructor credentials and have at least 24 hours of certified firearms instructor training for the semi-automatic pistol phase.
For the rifle phase, students must have successfully completed our 2-day Introduction to the AR-15 / M-4 Rifle Certification Course, 2-day Basic Patrol Rifle Certification Course or firearms training course of equivalent level.
Post-Incident Legal Defense Support: This training curriculum meets ILETSB training standards. Curriculum materials; lesson plan, course itinerary, syllabus with SPO’s, student performance records, instructor certification credentials and list of supporting reference materials are available for post-incident legal defense depositions and legal defense litigation discovery.
Course Description: This
comprehensive 3-day firearms training course focuses on enhancing instructional skills for firearms instructors that teach courses for the semi-automatic pistol and semi-automatic rifle.
Student instructors will learn technical skill building drills and instructional techniques that will enhance their instructor presentation skills and ability to troubleshoot and correct fundamental errors.
This is an excellent course for firearms instructors that are assigned to teach basic recruit academy curriculum, new / beginner shooters, remedial training sessions and in-service firearms training programs.
following firearms training topics will be covered:
safety and safe gun-handling procedures.
- Establishing emergency medical action plans.
- Using the E.D.I.P. instructional method.
- Developing qualification courses and standards drill tests.
of personal defense.
- Conditioning mental focus and combat mindset.
- Enhancing tactical aptitude.
- Technical review
of shooting fundamentals - pistol / rifle.
of shooting the semi-automatic pistol
natural action stance - pistol / rifle.
- Basic gun-handling skills.
- Precision concentration drills.
- Basic marksmanship and target analysis.
- Combat marksmanship and target analysis.
- Pistol presentation
from ready pistol and the holster.
use and carry techniques.
trajectory and battlefield zeroing.
from low-ready, high
ready and indoor ready - rifle.
management - Emergency reloads, tactical reloads and speed reloads.
off the line of force.
assessment and area scanning.
target drills and engaging multiple threats.
assailant and body armor defeating drills.
- Mastering Sight Gear 1 - Perfect Sight Alignment.
- Mastering Sight Gear 2 - The Flash Sight Picture.
- Mastering Sight Gear 3 - Front Sight Proximity Shooting.
- Introduction to tactical speed shooting concepts.
- Understanding time elements used in courses of fire.
- Balancing speed and accuracy.
- Reducing stimulus / response time.
- Weapon retention issues.
- Pistol standards drill test and evaluation.
- Rifle standards drill test and evaluation.
(Tuition fee includes range fee and use of loaner firearms)
Course student limit: 16
requirements: Note pad and pen, eye
protection, ear protection, baseball type cap, heavy-duty leather or nylon pants belt, holster
and magazine carriers, personal defense pistol with at least 3
hi-capacity magazines or 5 single stack
magazines, AR-15 or M-4 type rifle with at least 3 magazines and sling. (Red dot sights and holographic sights are allowed)
Recommended equipment: Back-up iron sights, rifle magazine carriers, rain gear, sunscreen, insect repellent, hydration system and water.
rounds handgun, 350 rounds rifle.
(Ammunition is available for purchase upon request)
Absolutely no reloaded or remanufactured ammunition!
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