Course Descriptions

2020 (LAS VEGAS) COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


4-Dimensional Firearm Training

There is shooting, and there is gunfighting; and they are not the same.  PFC again breaks new ground and enhances survivability with this innovative new program, which utilizes UTM non-lethal training ammunition (NLTA) in a force-on-target setting.  Students will first be taught the principles of live fire movement using their handgun or carbine weapon system in order to establish the critical skill-at-arms required for problem solving against live, dynamic threats.  Further instruction features the five modules of PFC’s “Mover-Mover” series of drills, which seek to work the peripheral, adrenal and spatial muscles that simply get neglected during rote square range training.  Dye Marking Cartridges (DMC) for too long have been under-utilized and only thought of for Force-on-Force training; 4-Dimensional Firearm Defense stands this paradigm on its head.  This class will take your firearms training to another level.

COURSE TYPE: PRACTICAL
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NLTA converted weapon (UTM or Simunition), 250 rounds of NLTA (UTM or Simuntion), Desired/standard tactical equipment or load-out, Clear eye protection, Note taking materials


AR-15 / M-16 / M-4 Armorer Certification Course (SLR15, Inc)

Our 16 hour AR15/M16/M4 Armorer course provides Industry Standard 5 year Armorer's Certification.
Here is a brief overview of what is covered during this very busy hands on full 2-days of AR15/M16 Armoring:

  •     History of the Weapon
  •     Cycles of Function
  •     General Disassembly & Assembly
  •     Identification of Common Problems and Parts
  •     Nomenclature
  •     Identification of Group Components
  •     Semi, Burst, and Full Auto Parts and Conversions
  •     Complete Armoring Disassembly / Assembly
  •     Barrel Replacement
  •     Cleaning and Maintenance
  •     Sight and Distance Considerations
  •     Ballistic Issues
  •     Barrel Twist and Length Choices
  •     Gas System
  •     Parts Interchangeability, including Brands
  •     Headspace
  •     Firing Pin Protrusion
  •     Trigger Jobs
  •     Chamber Inspection and Polishing
  •     Accessories and Customizing
  •     Tool Options and Selection
  •     Iron Sights (A1/A2/A3)
  •     Disassembly/Reassembly
  •     Optics
  •     SOP/MOD
  •     Accessories and Additions

All tools, manuals, and anything else that is necessary is supplied. Students should bring their own weapon systems to get familiar with their own configuration and modifications, plus this allows the time for a good thorough cleaning and inspection. IN addition plus we can replace and repair any parts necessary. This is a very intensive course that we cover in 2-days, so be prepared to get a lot of hands on knowledge.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED:  STUDENTS MUST BRING THEIR OWN AR-16 RIFLE TO THE CLASS


*AR-15/ M-16 MAINTENANCE & CARE

The AR-15 has become the standard shoulder weapon in Law Enforcement.  This course will show how to clean and properly maintain the patrol rifle to keep it in top working condition.

Course Highlights:


Function Checks
Field Strip
Bolt Carrier Assembly Cleaning, Maintenance & Inspection
Chamber Cleaning
Barrel Cleaning & Maintenance
Suppressor Maintenance      

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDEDAR-15 / M-16 RIFLE


Barricaded Subject Resolution Lecture

This course will offer the student an overall review of the procedures and tactics to be used in resolving an armed barricaded suspect situation. The class will focus on a wide array of tactical options to include the following: intelligence gathering, decision making, the deployment of entry / containment personnel, use of force, explosive breaching, use of diversionary devices, chemical agents, less-lethal options, and Police K-9.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


*Building Clearing Tactics

 This course will expose the end-user to proven methods for safely clearing structures while mitigating risk. Topics covered will include the structure traits and dynamics, door management, methods of entry, subject management, contingency preparations, action on contact. This class will focus on 2 man movement.

This course is an overview of basic clearing strategies and is not meant to supplant the full training course.

COURSE TYPE: PRACTICAL
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: BLUE GUN (HANDGUN/RIFLE) - IF AVAILABLE


Chemical Munitions Instructor Certification Course (CTS)

This course includes classroom and range exercises. Information provided will include history of chemical agents, nomenclature of chemical agents, use of force considerations, hands on applications, training examples and legal considerations. Students will receive an instructor certificate from CTS at the completion of this course.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM, PRACTICAL APPLICATION
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: EYE PROTECTION, GLOVES, HEARING PROTECTION, NO LIVE WEAPONS ALLOWED


Chemical Munitions Instructor Certification Course (Defense Technology)

This course includes classroom and range exercises. Information provided will include history of chemical agents, nomenclature of chemical agents, use of force considerations, hands on applications, training examples and legal considerations. Students will receive an instructor certificate from Defense Technology / Safariland at the completion of this course.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM, PRACTICAL APPLICATION 
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: EYE PROTECTION, GLOVES, HEARING PROTECTION, NO LIVE WEAPONS ALLOWED


Combat Leadership

This lecture will cover the misconception of leadership as it applies to tactical teams. While there are several differences between combat leadership and "standard
leaders" there are many similarities that are common between World Class Performers. These examples given will include similarities in leaders in combat, elite sports and
business. At the core of success is establishing a successful team/company "culture." The culture is the root of all world-class performing organizations.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Distraction Device Instructor Certification Course (Combined Tactical Systems)

This course entails:

•Types of Explosions
•Primary and Thermal Effects of Distraction Devices
•History and types of diversion devices
•Specifications and Illustrations of Model 7290 Flash-Bang
•M201 Precision Fuze/M.S.D.S./Fuze Firing Sequence
•Deployment of Device
•Diversionary Device Decibel Levels 
•Rendering Safe Procedures Secondary Blast Pressure Effects
•ATF Requirements.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM, PRACTICAL APPLICATION 
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: EYE PROTECTION, GLOVES, HEARING PROTECTION, NO LIVE WEAPONS ALLOWED


Distraction Device Instructor Certification Course (Defense Technology)

 Distraction Devices Instructor Program will cover:

• Distraction devices: types and nomenclature/reloadable and non-reloadable devices/command initiated
• Decibels/candela/p.s.i./overpressure
• Handling/storage/rendering safe
• Tactical deployment/safety considerations/policy and procedures
• Criminal and civil liabilities
• Live-firing exercises/operational scenarios
• Instructor development to establish in-house/in-service training and documentation skills

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM, PRACTICAL APPLICATION
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: EYE PROTECTION, GLOVES, HEARING PROTECTION, NO LIVE WEAPONS ALLOWED


*Emotional Intelligence: Your Primary Weapon for Success

 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Edged Weapon Defense (Code 4 Concepts)

C4C Edged Weapons Defense is a principle-based class giving students specific strategies, tactics and techniques for prevailing in edged weapon encounters.  Students will learn the I-CAT method for countering and defending against edged weapon attacks, transitioning to offense, and employing the best options available to end the confrontation.  The C4C doctrine of incorporating personal weapons and defensive tools, empty-hand combatives skills, and various force options will also be taught to support responses for edged weapon attacks.  Training will also include practical use of folding and fixed blade knives for close quarters defense, weapon retention, escaping from positions of disadvantage, using clothing against opponents, ground defense applications and dominating attackers on the ground.  All material taught in this course has been proven successful during real-world confrontations and will help prepare students to defend themselves during dynamic edged weapon scenarios.

COURSE TYPE: PRACTICAL
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE, COMFORTABLE CLOTHING


Evolution of Tactics

 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


*Featured Debrief: Aurora Century 16 Debrief

On July 20, 2012, shortly after midnight a 25 year old male exited Theater 9 of the
Century 16 Theater in Aurora, Colorado through the emergency exit door. He went
to his car, donned tactical gear and a gasmask, and armed himself with a shotgun,
rifle, pistol, and tear gas. He re-entered the theater through the emergency exit,
which he had propped open, tossed tear gas into the audience and began shooting
into the crowd. In less than 5 minutes, he shot or otherwise wounded 70 innocent
people, killing 12 of them. He was apprehended shortly after he again exited through
the emergency exit door. Many of the wounded that night were also carried out that
same exit door and triaged near where the shooter had parked his car. Over 25 of
these wounded were transported to area hospitals in police vehicles. Not only had
the shooter attacked the theater, but he also set a trap for first responders and/or his neighbors.

This presentation will cover some of the steps the shooter took to prepare for his
assault, some recordings of radio transmissions from the incident, and will recognize
some of the heroism of everyday people just out to enjoy a movie. It will also discuss
some of the issues related to rendering the apartment safe along with the aftermath
that affected, and still affects, the community and responders

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


*Featured Debrief: Born to Die Just Not Today- K9 Officer Ambushed

 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Featured Debrief: Critical Mindset: The West Memphis, AK Incident

On May 20, 2010 four law enforcement officers were shot in West Memphis, Arkansas. Two of those, Officer Bill Evans and Sgt Brandon Paudert lost their lives on a traffic stop. Officer Evans and Sgt. Paudert were ambushed that morning by a father and son who were Sovereign Citizens. During the stop the father presented Officer Evans a “A1 Priority Notice” which is Sovereign Citizen jargon for the vehicle they are driving. The father was asked to step to the back of the white Doge mini-van that he was driving by Bill Evans. Sgt. Paudert arrived on scene and immediately upon Sgt. Paudert contacting the father the boy who was 16 years old exited the white dodge mini-van and shot Officer Evans and Sgt. Paudert multiple times with an AK-47. Chaos ensued after that moment as the communication barrier between the communication center and the road units went into disarray.

Sheriff Michael Neal who at the time was a game warden for the Arkansas Fish and Game responded to the West Memphis area to assist in the man hunt of the two cop killers.

Sheriff Neal hadn’t been in West Memphis for no more than fifteen minutes when he found himself in a gun battle for his life. Sheriff Neal was driving past the Wal-Mart as dispatch was giving the call out of the suspects spotted in the parking lot in the van in row 12. Sheriff Neal immediately turned into the parking lot and observed Sheriff Dick Busby and Undersheriff W.A Wren contact the father and son cop killers.

Sheriff Neal watched as he drove through the parking lot as the Sheriff and Undersheriff were instantly shot by the father and son. Sheriff Neal knew he had to stop the threat and that’s when he rammed his Arkansas Fish and Game truck into the suspects white van. Sheriff Neal found himself in a 17 second gun battle with the 16-year-old boy. Sheriff Neal upon impact eliminated the father by firing his AR-15 through the windshield of his patrol vehicle. Sheriff Neal took 12 rounds of AK-47 through his windshield and delivered 28 rounds of .223 at the 16-year-old eliminating the threats.

Sheriff Michael Neal is the most decorated officer in the history of law enforcement in the state of Arkansas. Sheriff Neal was awarded the 2011 International Law Enforcement Officer of the year and the Congressional Medal of Valor. Sheriff Neal debriefs this incident and what went right and what went wrong for him that day. This debrief will get you ready to train for your fight the next 2 days.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Featured Debrief: The Untold Story of the Pulse Night Club Incident & Aftermath

The deadliest Terrorist Attack on United States soil since September 11, 2001 occurred June 12, 2016 at 2:02a.m. The Pulse night club is located in downtown Orlando, Florida. Pulse was an alternative lifestyle night club and on the morning of the attack it was Latin night so many of the victims were of Hispanic descent. It’s been discovered through investigation since the terrorist attack that prior to the Pulse attack the suspect Omar Mateen had went to Walt Disney World property and became less confident in his ability to carry out his intended killing spree because of the presence of uniformed law enforcement.

Mateen left Disney property and headed downtown to the club and bar area. Every club had a uniformed officer outside the door. Mateen arrived at Pulse and didn’t see a patrol vehicle or a deputy at the door so he parked his vehicle and made his move to attack. Once in the club Mateen began his shooting spree on the patrons of Pulse. Little did he know the law enforcement officer that was at the club was outside on the side of the business dealing with a separate incident when he began his attack. The off -duty officer immediately engaged Mateen from the parking
lot and Mateen returned fire at law enforcement. The off-duty officer began transmitting over the radio “Shot’s Fired at Club Pulse.” In a matter of seconds every law enforcement officer in the Orlando area was heading to Club Pulse to stop the active shooter. Within minutes multiple units had arrived from several different municipalities and were working on making entry into Club Pulse to stop Mateen from his killing spree.

Detective Raul Rivas who was a fifteen-year member of the Orlando SWAT team at the time of the Pulse incident had just arrived back home at 2:00am. Detective Rivas and the Orlando SWAT team had just dealt with back to back hostage situation call outs from the day before. Detective Rivas had just crawled into bed and closed his eyes when the call out for the Pulse Incident went out. Detective Rivas does a complete breakdown of the Pulse Incident from the time Mateen was looking for a target to the aftermath of the Pulse incident.

Detective Rivas who was assistant team leader for Orlando SWAT immediately responded to the incident that was unfolding at Club Pulse. Detective Rivas jumped into action with other SWAT team members as he explains in his debriefs how the dynamics of the incident changed very abruptly for him and all law enforcement on the scene. Detective Rivas breaks down the Club Pulse incident and how the chaotic scene was handled to the best of their ability.

Detective Rivas explains how the medical situation was handled and what went good for them that morning and worked against them in treating injured patrons of Pulse. Detective Rivas speaks about the unthinkable and quick decisions that the command staff of the Orlando Police Department had to make that morning at the snap of a finger. Rivas speaks about the shootout incident with Mateen three hours after the first shots were fired. What Detective Rivas talks about isn’t a book report or something that was told to him. Detective Rivas exchanged gunfire with the suspect that morning ending the terrorist attack and the killing. Detective Rivas discusses the PTSD effect that the incident brought upon law enforcement and the Orlando SWAT team.

That morning in Orlando one hundred and two people were injured in the Pulse incident. Unfortunately, forty-nine innocent people lost their lives from the Pulse event. Detective Rivas received multiple awards from the Club Pulse incident because of heroics including the award of Valor and State of Florida Special award.

 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Featured Debrief: University of Rochester Football Players HRT

A Command post perspective and debrief on decision making and implementation of hasty planning of a kidnapping, torture and rescue of 2 Rochester football players who where held captive for 40 hours.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


*Hemorrhage Control: Beyond Tourniquets for Patrol/SWAT

Most LE and other tactical operators carry tourniquets. Those are issued primarily for selfapplication
if the officer gets injured, and secondary for treating victims on the streets. But
what happens when the one or two tourniquets are exhausted and there are still patients in
need of bleeding control? Or what when it is not a compressible hemorrhage and a tourniquet
isn’t the tool for the job? This class will cover means to improvise tourniquets and other
bleeding control mechanism, improvised and commercial (such as the X-STAT and IT Clamp) to
provide the tactical operators with more options for life saving interventions.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


High Risk Warrant Planning for Team Leaders & Supervisors

This lecture based course will provide Team Leaders and Supervisor’s with the information, protocols, and processes needed to plan a High Risk Warrant.  This course will challenge students with incident reviews and table top exercises. 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Hostage Rescue Tactics

This course will offer the student an overall review of hostage rescue operations, to include theories, tactics, and decision making. This class will be held in a round-table format to encourage information and idea sharing among the students in regards to tactical options for safely resolving hostage situations. The hostage rescue mission is without a doubt one of the most dangerous scenarios we face. This course will provide operators with the ability openly discuss what they have learned through previous experiences.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Impact Munitions Instructor Certification (Combined Tactical Systems)

This course entails: 

•Tactical employment of munitions
•Levels of Force
•Physiological Effects of Specialty Munitions
•Shot Placement
•12 gauge, 37mm, and 40mm Specialty Munitions/Specifications
•Less Lethal kinetic energy projectiles Deployment techniques

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM, PRACTICAL APPLICATION
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: EYE PROTECTION, GLOVES, HEARING PROTECTION, NO LIVE WEAPONS ALLOWED


Impact Munitions Instructor Certification (Defense Technology)

Less Lethal Impact Munitions Instructor Program will cover:

• Weapons and munitions: 12ga./37mm/40mm/hand delivered 
• Tactical consideration in the use of impact munitions in crowd-control/dynamic-entry/hostage-rescue/barricaded-subject situations 
• Physiological/psychological effects 
• Liability consideration/policy and procedures 
• Blunt trauma/ballistics and energy 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM, PRACTICAL APPLICATION 
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: EYE PROTECTION, GLOVES, HEARING PROTECTION, NO LIVE WEAPONS ALLOWED


Initial Contact: Communication Do's & Don't for SWAT

A brief study of communications in the tactical environment to include appropriate responses in crisis situations. What you might say and why you should or shouldn’t say it. Includes short debriefs and word association role playing.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


*KEYNOTE: LEADERSHIP IN ANY ENVIRONMENT

This presentation focuses on mastering the basics of leadership. Using real-life lessons and motivational factors, attendees will discover what works and what doesn’t in any environment, with a concentration on leading, sharing, adapting and growing as an individual and organization.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


*Legal Liability Update

 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Less Lethal Tactical Decision Making

A presentation on the tactics related to the use of less lethal on tactcial operations.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Live Fire Carbine: Movement Under Fire

 In the absence of cover, movement itself affords you protection.  Maneuver warfare has proven time and again that movement performed under correct distance and timing often leads to victory.  This class aims to create gunfighters that can proactively employ motion in a controlled, balanced and dynamic manner that pushes adversaries to exploitable errors.  Training topics include a Moving Manipulations, the Reactive Turn Series, the Reactive Step Series, Shooting-on-the-Move, the Traveling Movement Series, bilateral applications, Angle Drills, hybrid movements, Momentum Drills, and dynamic moving & shooting exercises.

Equipment Requirements:

Carbine
250-300 rounds of carbine ammo
4 carbine magazines & magazine carry system
Handgun
50 rounds of handgun ammo
2 handgun magazines
Belt-mounted holster and magazine pouch (Serpa holsters strictly prohibited)
Eye protection (sun & clear)
Tactical vest/armor (SAPI plates optional)
Duty uniform & kit
Sturdy broken-in boots
Soft ballcap/boonie hat
Rag/Towel/Headscarf (for sun & hot brass protection)
Tactical gloves
Note taking materials
Sunscreen
 

COURSE TYPE: PRACTICAL
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: SEE ABOVE LIST


*Next Level: Developing a Scoped Patrol Rifle Program

 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


P.T.S.D. The Silent Sniper: The War Behind the Door

I always wondered as a young patrol deputy working the road 2001-2003 how someone could kill themselves. I wondered exactly how bad did life have to be to do an act like that? That was until Christmas night of 2008 when I foumd myself face to face with the devil playing a game of chess for my own life.

Post Trematic Stress Disorder was something never heard of years ago. In 2018 we lost more offiicers to suicide than we did in line of duty deaths. We lost 167 officers to suicide in 2018, and 148 officers in the line of duty. In 2019, suicide at tge rate it’s going we’re going to surpass 200 suicides in law enforcent and we could double the amount of in line of duty deaths.

Not only does law enforcement have a war waged on the streets in America, we have a war going in within. For yours the stigma in law enforcement was “suck it up and have a beer” or “nothing bothers you, you’re fine.” Law enforcement officers are afraid to speak about their mental health because they’re afraid that they will be labeled as being “weak” or be found “unfit for duty.”

We at N&F Training Solutions are taking the flag and leading the march to break this stigma in the law enforcement profession. We want public safety to know that “it’s ok, not to be ok” Chief Fitzwater shares his story of how PTSD led him to drinking to deal with his issues. Chief Fitzwater shares his story about living a double life at work and at home. In August of 2007 Fitzwater left a bar in his unmarked patrol vehicle and crashed his work car leading him to be arrested by his own department.

The arrest led to Fitzwater’s life spiraling out of control even more becoming divorced, loosing his home, vehicle, and daugher becoming homeless sleeping in a vehicle his mother gave him. Through Chief Fitzwater’s story he took one hit right after another battling everyday to make it to the next. Fitzwater explains how Christmas of 2008 was the darkest day in his life and how he was going to end his life that evening.

Chief Fitzwater’s story has a happy ending for him as he made it out of the darkness and was able to overcome his addiction, depression, and battle back to have a purpose in life again. Chief Fitzwater’s debrief has been called “life changing training”.

N&F Training Solutions is not only trying to save law enforcement lives with top notch training on the range. But also behind closed doors at home. The toughest fight most cops will take on is when the lights go off at home.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Responding to Suicidal Subjects

 

 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Shotgun Breaching Operator Course

This course is designed for those officers with a desire to learn new breaching techniques. Students will learn:

  • Deploying a breaching program
  • Department policies and pre-planning
  • Deployment procedures
  • Identifying door construction
  • Team member positioning
  • Post documentation and legal aspects

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM, PRACTICAL
EQUIPMENT NEEDED:  Breaching Shotgun (if available), Eye protection, hearing protection, gloves.


Sniper Mindset


COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Sniper Overwatch


COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Sniper Range Drills

 

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


STRUCTURE CLEARING STRATEGIES

This course will expose the end-user to proven methods for safely clearing structures while mitigating risk. Topics covered will include the structure traits and dynamics, door management, methods of entry, subject management, contingency preparations, action on contact. This block will focus on two man and team movement.

This course is an overview of basic clearing strategies and is not meant to supplant the full training course.

COURSE TYPE: PRACTICAL
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: BLUE GUN HANDGUN / LONG GUN OR OTHER INERT WEAPON


S.W.A.T. Team Leader Development Course

This class will discuss team leader survival, the tactical decision making process, discuss a SWAT officer evaluation tool and its uses, then conclude with a review of incident debriefs related to less lethal resolution options, barricade operations, warrant service and hostage rescue.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


Tactical Combat Casualty Care

TCCC class, which was originally designed for military personnel, has now been an advanced training platform for today's first responders in handling emergency situations. This course contains lectures and hands-on skill station scenarios, by trained certified instructors, designed to expose the student to a variety of different emergency situations and confidently provide appropriate care.  The goal however remains the same..

Treat the Casualty
Prevent additional casualties
Complete the task at hand.

Topics of Discussion

  • Care under-fire Concepts
  • Equipment Checklist for first responders
  • Bleeding & Tourniquets  
  • Burns
  • C-spine injuries and Movement of an aided

Tactical Field Care Concepts

  • Bleeding and QuikClot
  • Airway trauma and treatments
  • Chest trauma and treatments
  • Fluid Resuscitation
  • Hypothermia
  • Fractures and splinting
  • Medication considerations for tactical paramedics/physicians

Tactical Evacuation Care

  • Evacuation categories
  • Evacuation considerations

In law enforcement, we are the first responders especially in hostel environments and tactical situations. This course will properly prepare you to appropriately act and react in a tactical environment that may save the life of someone else or your own.

The TCCC class offers 16 Continuing Medical Education credits for any certified EMT or Paramedic and is recognized by National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, however this class does not require certifications and is available to all law enforcement. At the completion of this course, each student will receive a TCCC certification by NAEMT

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE


*Tactical Handcuffing

Handcuffs  are  the  most  frequently  used  tool  in  law  enforcement.  Utilizing  simple,  effective  techniques,  officers  can  quickly  control  and  handcuff  an  individual.  This  course  presents  similar  handcuffing  skills  that  can  be  performed  whether  a  subject  assumes a kneeling, standing or prone position.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: DUTY BELT, HANDCUFFS


Tactical Team Combatives (Code 4 Concepts)

This class is designed around the use of sound principles and reality-based practices to address physically combative subjects encountered by tactical personnel. This training was developed for special operations units, SWAT teams, and other groups that must train for physical defense and subject control while in full kit and amongst team members. Individual and team-based defensive tactics are taught in all subject areas. Students will learn a principle-based approach for contacting, controlling and dominating adversaries and “unknowns” located during an operation, whether subjects are compliant or combative. Concepts taught in this course are consistent with other PFC/C4C curriculum so students familiar with lessons learned during PFC’s team tactics, indoor combat, or CQC instructional blocks will be reinforced and applied during this program. At the conclusion of this course, teams and individual operators will have a foundation for defeating and/or detaining anyone who poses a threat during a mission. Proper and responsible use-of-force, as well as weapons safety, are emphasized throughout training. All material taught in this class has been proven successful during real-world confrontations in all types of environments and will help prepare armed professionals to manage physical confrontations.

COURSE TYPE: CLASSROOM
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: NONE