R4 Field Training Officer Seminar (Kaminsky Sullenberger)- Chubbuck

Course Number: R4602

Course Description:

DAY 1: Key Elements of Successful Field Training Officer Programs

  • Organizational Structure of a Field Training Program
  • Managing/Supervision of the Field Training Program
  • Selection and Training of the FTO
  • Development of the Recruit Task Book
  • Identify Content Validity and Reliability
  • Separation/Termination Process
  • Roles of Supervision and Management
  • Customizing to your Agency – Modifying Evaluation Criteria

Day 2: Performance Evaluation:

  • The “7 Point Rating Scale”
  • Establish a content valid performance evaluation
  • Objective use of the Standardized Evaluation Guidelines
  • Providing honest and effective numerical and written documentation.
  • Effective use of “Charting”
  • Review examples of acceptable documentation
  • Report Writing Exercises

Day 3: Practicing Evaluation & Documentation; Teaching and Learning

  • Group exercises involving video scenarios utilizing the DOR and SEG.
  • Practical narrative exercises
  • Legal issues and the Field Training program

Day 4: Teaching and Learning

  • Principals of behavior modification
  • Adult learning principals
  • Creating and maintaining an effective learning environment
  • Laws of Learning
  • Principals of human motivation
  • Effective communication skills
  • Understanding the generational difference

Day 5: Teaching and Learning, continues

  • Adult education strategies
  • Providing effective feedback
  • Remedial training strategies & exercises
  • Harnessing the power of the subconscious – “The Pygmalion Effect”
  • Ethical issues and the Field Training Program
  • Role Play exercises
  • Test & Course Evaluation

Each student receives their own reference: The Field Training Concept in Criminal Justice Agencies; Glenn F. Kaminsky, Author.
All instruction is re-enforced with Practical Individual/Group Exercises, Videos, Handouts, In-depth Discussions, Role Plays, Power Point Presentations and Demonstration.

Dates: November 29- December 3, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location: Chubbuck City Hall, 290 E. Linden, Chubbuck, ID

Cost: $375.00

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Robert Sullenberger

Remarks: To register for this course, email Robert Sullenberger at sullenberger@ksa-fto.com or call 303-358-9780

For lodging information contact Sgt. Shanne Manning at smanning@cityofchubbuk.us or call 208-243-1546

R4- ALERRT Active Attack Integrated Response Course- American Falls

Course Number: R4270

Course Description:

The Active Attack Integrated Response (AAIR) is a performance level course designed to improve integration between law enforcement, fire, tele-communicator and emergency medical services (EMS) in active attack / shooter events. The course provides law enforcement officers with key medical skills based on tactical emergency casualty care (TECC) guidelines, which can be used at the point of injury (POI) to increase survivability of victims. The course also provides a model framework for law enforcement, fire, and EMS to integrate responses during an active attack / shooter event through the rescue task force concept. This course has been designed to improve the safety and survivability of victims of active attack / shooter events and increase the effectiveness, coordination, and resource integration between law enforcement, fire, tele-communications and EMS when responding to these events.

The class is limited to (15) participants total, 8 LEO, 7 Fire/EMS/Dispatch.

Dates: February 26-27, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location: American Falls High School, 2966 S. Frontage Road, American Falls, ID 83211

Cost: FREE

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s): ALERRT Instructors TBD

Remarks: To register for this course, contact Lt. Kasey Kendall with the Power County Sheriff’s Office at 208-226-2311 or via email at kkendall@co.power.id.us

R4 Tactical Dispatch- Rexburg

Course Number: R4217

Course Description:

This course will provide the basic Telecommunicator with the specialized skills, knowledge, and abilities to succeed in a Tactical Dispatcher position.

Topics include:

  • Role of the 911 Telecommunicator as a Tactical Dispatcher
  • Establishing trust and rapport with a crisis caller
  • Using active listening techniques
  • Dealing with Barricaded Subjects, Hostage Takers, and Active Shooters
  • Incident/unified Command System procedures, forms, protocols
  • Working with the incident commander
  • Tactical operaions in the PSAP or at a command post
  • Critical Incident protocols
  • Technology used in communications interoperability
  • Active Shooter protocols and Agency procedures

Dates: October 1-2, 2020

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location: Madison County Sheriff’s Office, 145 E. Main St. Rexburg, ID 83440

Cost: $250.00

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline: Sept. 15, 2020

Instructor(s): Dave Larton

Remarks: To register for this course, contact Madison County Sheriff Deputy Sgt. James Briggs at 208-372-5001 or email at jbriggs@madisonsheriff.com

R4 Tactical Dispatcher- Rexburg

Course Number:R4217E

Course Description:

This THREE day class is tailored for any PSAP agency who wish to train incident dispatchers, or certify and deploy tactical dispatchers within their own jurisdiction. Tactical dispatchers work with their special operations team during a critical incident either from the dispatch center or deployed in the field in a mobile command unit. This three day class will have two days of classroom and one day of practical application with local SWAT teams. It is also the first step to being part of a local or regional TERT team. The class is tailored to dispatchers, however SWAT members are welcome.

 

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

The goals of this course will provide each student with an understanding of:

  1. The role of the 9-1-1 Telecommunicators as a Tactical Dispatcher
  2. Establishing trust and rapport with a crisis caller
  3. Using Active Listening Techniques
  4. Dealing with Barricaded Subjects, Hostage Takers and Active Shooters
  5. Incident/Unified Command System procedures, forms and protocols
  6. Working with the Incident or Tactical Commander
  7. Tactical Operations in the PSAP or at a Mobile Command Post
  8. Critical Incident protocols and documentation requirements
  9. Technology used in providing communications interoperability
  10. Active Shooter protocols and Agency procedures

Dates: May 11-13, 2020

Times: 0830-1630

Credit Hours: 21

Location: Madison County Sheriff’s Office, 145 E. Main St., Rexburg, ID 83440

Cost: $250

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s):

Using experience gained over 30 years as a tactical dispatcher, communications unit leader and hostage negotiator our instructor, Dave Larton with First Contact 911 (firstcontact911.com), will show you what it takes to be a tactical dispatcher for your agency, how to assemble a local government tactical dispatch team, how to assemble resources and response to an incident and to provide mutual aid as a tactical dispatcher.

 

Remarks: To register for this class contact James Briggs at 208-372-5001 or email at jbriggs@madisonsheriff.com

R4 Tactical Dispatcher- Rexburg MOVED TO MAY 11-13, 2020

Course Number:R4217E

Course Description:

This THREE day class is tailored for any PSAP agency who wish to train incident dispatchers, or certify and deploy tactical dispatchers within their own jurisdiction. Tactical dispatchers work with their special operations team during a critical incident either from the dispatch center or deployed in the field in a mobile command unit. This three day class will have two days of classroom and one day of practical application with local SWAT teams. It is also the first step to being part of a local or regional TERT team. The class is tailored to dispatchers, however SWAT members are welcome.

 

COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

The goals of this course will provide each student with an understanding of:

  1. The role of the 9-1-1 Telecommunicators as a Tactical Dispatcher
  2. Establishing trust and rapport with a crisis caller
  3. Using Active Listening Techniques
  4. Dealing with Barricaded Subjects, Hostage Takers and Active Shooters
  5. Incident/Unified Command System procedures, forms and protocols
  6. Working with the Incident or Tactical Commander
  7. Tactical Operations in the PSAP or at a Mobile Command Post
  8. Critical Incident protocols and documentation requirements
  9. Technology used in providing communications interoperability
  10. Active Shooter protocols and Agency procedures

Dates: April 27-29, 2020 MOVED TO NEW DATE May 11-13, 2020

Times: 0830-1630

Credit Hours: 21

Location: Madison County Sheriff’s Office, 145 E. Main St., Rexburg, ID 83440

Cost: $250

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor(s):

Using experience gained over 30 years as a tactical dispatcher, communications unit leader and hostage negotiator our instructor, Dave Larton with First Contact 911 (firstcontact911.com), will show you what it takes to be a tactical dispatcher for your agency, how to assemble a local government tactical dispatch team, how to assemble resources and response to an incident and to provide mutual aid as a tactical dispatcher.

 

Remarks: To register for this class contact Jennifer Portillo at 208-372-5001 or email at jportillo@madisonsheriff.com