Register by March 11!
This 44-hour, POST- reviewed Carbine Instructor Certification course is designed to provide law enforcement firearms instructors the necessary skill and knowledge to develop and operate a law enforcement carbine program for their agency. Students will learn how to develop and maintain a carbine program, operate training ranges, diagnose shooting errors then make sustainable corrections in other shooters.
The student will develop and practice
the ability to instruct: appropriate
set up and accessories for the
carbine, weapons maintenance, fundamentals of shooting, proper zeroing, “combat” shooting techniques, use of various positions and cover, efficient weapons manipulation skills, malfunction clearances, understanding wound ballistics, tactics and techniques for fighting with the carbine, extended range shooting, low light / night techniques, and use of optical sights.
Students must be a current sworn Law Enforcement Officer and completed a basic handgun / firearms instructor certification, and a carbine / patrol rifle operator certification
Students should expect a fast paced and physically active learning environment that will include running, kneeling, and quickly assuming various unique shooting positions
Student Must Provide:
Carbine w / tactical sling and light
Duty handgun / holster
Binoculars or spotting scope
Hat, ear, eye protection (sunglasses and clear eye pro) Flashlight and Weapons mounted light (carbine) Shooting mat (optional)
1200 rds carbine ammo 100 rds handgun ammo 5 dummy rounds
3 or more magazines Notebook, pen, laptop Tact vest (optional)
The training staff is comprised of individuals who have a wealth of experience as instructor trainers and utilizing these weapons in realworld situations; from police patrol duty and police special weapons teams to military Special Operations conducted in the War on Terrorism.
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Safety measures that have been approved by Colorado POST for skills training in theColorado Law Enforcement Training Academies will be enforced.
The use of compensators or muzzle brakes ARE NOT ALLOWED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. Factory A2 or birdcage style flash suppressors, or three or four-prong flash-hiders are permitted. Suppressors are encouraged. Blast forward devices are approved (ie. Surefire Warden), but these devices must direct ALL gas forward and in line with the barrel and remain in place throughout the training. Any muzzle device possessing ports, holes, etc. that let gas escape in any direction not directly in line and parallel to the barrel will NOT BE ALLOWED. This requirement is designed to reduce the hearing damage and concussive effect inflicted upon the person to the left and right of you on the firing line.