Course Description: This 7 day/ 56 hr training will result in DOJ Certification as a handgun and rifle instructor for officers successfully completing the course. This is a comprehensive instructor training on the justification for the use of deadly force, and the function, disassembly, troubleshooting, cleaning, maintenance, loading, unloading, reloading, malfunction clears, transition procedures in handgun and the modern police rifle. Marksmanship and combat firing will be at ranges of 1 to 200 yards.
Tom Vande Berg
Students must bring duty belt with handgun and at least 3 magazines.
56 hours T&S credit.
Minimum 8 and class size will be limited to first 12 registered.
Important - please note:
By enrolling in classes, you agree to be responsible for the payment of related tuition and fees according to the college payment policy. Should you choose not to attend a class, you will need to drop it prior to the day it begins to avoid any charges. Any drops that occur on or after the first day of class will result in tuition charges to your account. Failure to pay your tuition bill can result is suspension of registration and records access, collection agency action and additional collection fees added to your balance.
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