CANCELLED R1-306 POST Firearms Instructor refresher Coeur d’Alene

Course Number:     R1 306

Description:  FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR Refresher

This one day instructor refresher course will cover new curriculum updates made to the Firearms Instructor Program and case law review.   Attendance is limited to current or previous POST endorsed Firearms Instructors.

Registration PREREQUISITES, (not subject to waiver)

  • Possess a current or previous POST Firearms Instructor endorsement

Date      June 14, 2022

Time:    0800-1700

Credit Hours:    8

Location:

ISP District 1 Range
22900 Old Highway 95
Athol, Idaho

 

Cost: $ 40.00        Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

 

Deadline:   registration closes  June 6, 2022   Register early this class is limited to 24 students

POST Master Instructors:        

Steve Harris – Retd.

Johann Schmitz,  CDA PD

Justin Scotch,       ISP

 

Registration:    use the link provided below

Remarks:

 

R2306 POST Firearms Instructor

Course Number: R2 306

Description:

BASIC FIREARMS (Handgun only) INSTRUCTOR COURSE

This is the P.O.S.T. Approved BASIC FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR COURSE for LE personnel interested in becoming a P.O.S.T. Certified Firearms INSTRUCTOR.  Upon completion of this course attendees should have the skills necessary to instruct officers.  Completion of this course is required for the high liability endorsement required for P.O.S.T. Basic Handgun Instructor certification.

This course will cover the new curriculum changes made to the Firearms Instructor Program.  Participants will conduct presentations, pass performance skills testing, pass a written exam, and exit qualifications.  It is strongly recommended that students review the Instructor Development Course materials prior to attending this course as questions from the written Instructor Development Course training material will also be included in the tests.

NOTE: THERE IS NO REMEDIAL TRAINING TIME.

Any Student with repeated safety violations will receive a failure.  Any failure in the course will result in removal from the class.

Registration PREREQUISITES, (not subject to waiver)

  • 3 YEARS Full-time law enforcement experience
  • Possess a current or previous POST Discipline Certification
    • i.e. Patrol, Detention, Corrections, etc.
  • Successful completion of POST 40 hour INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT
  • Perform 100% of the physical requirements of this course. Injured students will not be permitted to attend or complete the course.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS for all students

  • TEST IN with a qualifying score of at least 95% NO MISSES on the POST Firearms short course.
  • Maximum of 3 attempts to qualify at test in and test out.
  • All test in failures will be dismissed from the class.
  • 100% Attendance is required for completion of this 40-hour course
  • TEST OUT with successful completion of the written exam and exit qualifications.

Firearms_Instructor_Student_Information_Sheet

Firearms_Inst_Student_Pre-Course_Checklist

WRITTEN TEST INFORMATION– The written test will come from the student manual. Students attending this class must download the student manual prior to the class. Download the student manual here –Student Manual Link

There is no allowance for later make-up qualification attempts on the exit qualification. If a student fails the exit qualification- they fail the course. There will be no make-up written testing exams either. Failure to pass the written exam results in a failure of this course.

For test-in failures only there will be an $ 80.00 fee assessed for costs related to the first day. If the course tuition invoice has been paid, a tuition credit less the $80.00 fee will be issued.

For any other failure resulting in dismissal the full tuition cost will remain due; no refund or tuition rebate will be available.

Dates:   August 22 – 26, 2022

Time:  0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location:

IDOC-KUNA Range
13900 South Pleasant Valley
Kuna, Idaho 83634

 

Cost:    $ 400.00      Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  August 8, 2022

Instructors:  To Be Determined

POST Master Instructor:   

POST Instructors:

Registration Details: Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

NOTE:

Attendance at this training does not guarantee Instructor certification and endorsement.  To obtain a POST certified instructor endorsement in this High Liability discipline additional training requirements must be met.  Please refer to the document link below.

https://post.idaho.gov//wp-content/uploads/sites/19/documents/forms/I//High%20Liability%20Endorsement%20Instructor%20Requirements.pdf

 

Remarks:  This course DOES NOT cover shotgun. Shotgun instructor training is provided through the new POST Shotgun Instructor Course, which is a separate 3 day course.

*Students will receive training in the application and use of a tourniquet.  Students will participate in drills applying the tourniquet to themselves and fellow students, so a training tourniquet instead of an operational one may be preferable, however, that is the students choice.

R2 Handgun Mounted Optics (Red Dot Sights) User -Kuna

Course Number:    R2 259

Description:   Handgun Mounted Electronic Sights (Red Dot Sights) User Training

This is a POST provided in-service training for certified officers.  This course will cover the use of handgun mounted optical sights, such as red dot sights from various manufacturers. The course will cover different optics, their use, and problems associated with their use. This course will also satisfy the High Liability Firearms Instructor biennial training requirement.

Topics covered will include:

    • Functionality
    • Nomenclature
    • Pros and Cons
    • Binden Aiming Concept
    • Asymmetrical Dot Principle
    • Occluded Lens – Water, Fog, Snow, Ice, Mud, Broken Lens
    • Policy and Procedures
    • And more…

Participants will be required to provide the following:

Duty handgun with mounted electronic optic, iron sights, three magazines
Weapon mounted light and/or handheld flashlight
800 rounds of handgun training ammunition 
100 rounds of duty handgun ammo 
Duty belt with duty holster, or other holster capable of securely holstering the handgun with mounted optic
Ear/eye pro
Ball cap
Range suitable clothing, water

Pre-requisites for attendance 

        • Idaho POST Basic certification

All Registration requests will be vetted by POST for approval to attend.

Dates:  August 15 – 16, 2022

Time:       0800-1700

Credit Hours:  16

Location: 

IDOC Range
13900 South Pleasant Valley
Kuna,  Idaho 83634


Cost:
           $ 80.00  Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  August 1, 2022  NOTE CLASSES FILL QUICKLY – this class is limited to 20 participants.

Instructors:

Raul Garcia
Kerry Giesige 

POST Coordinator:  Jeff Sklar
e-mail jeff.sklar@post.idaho.gov

Registration:  Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

Remarks:  Completion of this course will satisfy the High Liability Firearms Instructor biennial training requirement for endorsement renewal.

 

R2-127C Urban Rifle (end-user) Course cancelled 05/02/2022

Course Number:    R2-127C

Description:   Urban Rifle Course – User Training
cancelled May 02/2022 for lack of registrations

This is a POST provided in-service training for certified officers.  This Urban Rifle Course consists of 24 hours of hands-on, performance based rifle training. Students will learn how to properly manipulate and deploy a rifle within an urban environment. The purpose of this course is to expose the student to the capabilities and limitations of the law enforcement patrol rifle.

Participants will be required to provide the following:

  • Duty Rifle w/sling and at least two magazines
  • Weapon mounted light and handheld flashlight
  • 500 rounds of rifle ammunition
  • 5 rounds of rifle duty ammunition
  • Handgun and complete duty belt
  • 50 rounds of handgun ammunition
  • Ear protection
  • Eye protection
  • Elbow & knee pads
  • Ball cap

All registration applications will be vetted by POST for approval to attend this training.

Pre-requisites for attendance:

  • Idaho POST certification

Dates:   May 16-18, 2022

Time:  0800-1700

Credit Hours:  24 POST Hours

Location:

IDOC Range Complex
14601 Pleasant Valley Road
Kuna,  Idaho

Cost:     $ 120.00      Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:   May 5, 2022   this class is limited to 24 participants.

Instructors:   TBD


POST Coordinator:   Jeff Sklar

Registration Details:
Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

Remarks:
This course is open to all sworn law enforcement personnel. This is also a great opportunity for firearms instructors to receive 24 hours of continuing training and education.

 

 

R1 306 POST Basic Firearms Instructor – Coeur D Alene

Course Number:   R1 306

Description:  BASIC FIREARMS (Handgun only) INSTRUCTOR COURSE

This is the P.O.S.T. Approved BASIC FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR COURSE for LE personnel interested in becoming a P.O.S.T. Certified Firearms INSTRUCTOR.  Upon completion of this course attendees should have the skills necessary to instruct officers.  Completion of this course is required for the high liability endorsement required for P.O.S.T. Basic Handgun Instructor certification.

This course will cover the new curriculum changes made to the Firearms Instructor Program.  Participants will conduct presentations, pass performance skills testing, pass a written exam, and exit qualifications.  It is strongly recommended that students review the Instructor Development Course materials prior to attending this course as questions from the written Instructor Development Course training material will also be included in the tests.

NOTE: THERE IS NO REMEDIAL TRAINING TIME.

Any Student with repeated safety violations will receive a failure.  Any failure in the course will result in removal from the class.

Registration PREREQUISITES, (not subject to waiver)

  • 3 YEARS Full-time law enforcement experience
  • Possess a current or previous POST Discipline Certification
    • i.e. Patrol, Detention, Corrections, etc.
  • Successful completion of POST 40 hour INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT
  • Perform 100% of the physical requirements of this course. Injured students will not be permitted to attend or complete the course.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS for all students

  • TEST IN with a qualifying score of at least 95% NO MISSES on the POST Firearms short course.
  • Maximum of 3 attempts to qualify at test in and test out.
  • All test in failures will be dismissed from the class.
  • 100% Attendance is required for completion of this 40-hour course
  • TEST OUT with successful completion of the written exam and exit qualifications.

WRITTEN TEST INFORMATION– The written test will come from the student manual. Students attending this class must download the student manual prior to the class. Download the student manual here –Student Manual Link

There is no allowance for later make-up qualification attempts on the exit qualification. If a student fails the exit qualification- they fail the course. There will be no make-up written testing exams either. Failure to pass the written exam results in a failure of this course.

For test-in failures only there will be an $ 80.00 fee assessed for costs related to the first day. If the course tuition invoice has been paid, a tuition credit less the $80.00 fee will be issued.

For any other failure resulting in dismissal the full tuition cost will remain due; no refund or tuition rebate will be available.

This course DOES NOT cover shotgun. Shotgun instructor training is provided through the new POST Shotgun Instructor Course, which is a separate 3 day course.

Dates: April 18 – 22, 2022

Time:    0800-1700

Credit Hours:    40

Location:

Idaho State Police
District 1  Training Room
615 W. Wilbur Ave.
Coeur d’Alene  Idaho  83815

Range
23212 N. Old Highway 95
Athol,  Idaho  83801

 

Cost:       $ 400.00                Payable to Idaho POST
            (Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:   April 10, 2022 – 11:30 PM     20  students maximum

Master Instructors:

Johann Schmitz,   CDA PD
Justin Scotch,         ISP
Steve Harris,           CDA Retd

Instructors:

 

Registration : Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

Remarks:

Students will be expected to dress in clothing appropriate for weather conditions.

  • Range clothing should be suitable for carrying extra ammunition.
  • Clothing should be suitable for tactical movement.
  • Knee pads are recommended but not required.
  • Shorts are not allowed.

Students will be required to bring the following:

  • Eye and ear protection
  • Ballistic Vest
  • a tourniquet*
  • Appropriate clothing for various weather conditions (rain, cold, etc.)
  • A billed cap of some type
  • Duty leather, holster, magazine pouches
  • Duty handgun and a minimum of 4 magazines
  • 1,500 rounds of practice ammunition for duty weapon
  • Duty flashlight
  • 3 ring binder, note taking materials and a black felt tip marker

*Students will receive training in the application and use of a tourniquet.  Students will participate in drills applying the tourniquet to themselves and fellow students, so a training tourniquet instead of an operational one may be preferable, however, that is the students choice.

R4 POST Firearms Instructor- Pocatello

Course Number: R4 306

Description:

BASIC HANDGUN INSTRUCTOR COURSE

This is the P.O.S.T. Approved BASIC HANDGUN INSTRUCTOR COURSE for LE personnel interested in becoming a P.O.S.T. Certified Firearms INSTRUCTOR.  Upon completion of this course attendees should have the skills necessary to instruct officers.  Completion of this course is required for the high liability endorsement required for P.O.S.T. Basic Handgun Instructor certification.

This course will cover the new curriculum changes made to the Firearms Instructor Program.  Participants will conduct presentations, pass performance skills testing, pass a written exam, and exit qualifications.  It is strongly recommended that students review the Instructor Development Course materials prior to attending this course as questions from the written Instructor Development Course training material will also be included in the tests.

Any Student with repeated safety violations will receive a failure.  Any failure in the course will result in removal from the class.

Registration PREREQUISITES, (not subject to waiver)

  • 3 YEARS Full-time law enforcement experience
  • Possess a current or previous POST Discipline Certification
    • i.e. Patrol, Detention, Corrections, etc.
  • Successful completion of POST 40 hour INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT
  • Perform 100% of the physical requirements of this course. Injured students will not be permitted to attend or complete the course.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS for all students

  • TEST IN with a qualifying score of at least 95% NO MISSES on the POST Firearms short course.
  • Maximum of 3 attempts to qualify at test in and test out. NOTE: THERE IS NO REMEDIAL TRAINING TIME IF YOU DO NOT QUALIFY WITHIN THE 3 CONSECUTIVE ATTEMPTS, YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE CLASS.
  • All test in failures will be dismissed from the class.
  • 100% Attendance is required for completion of this 40-hour course
  • The Firearms Instructor Student Pre-Course Checklist must be completed and turned into the Master Instructor at the beginning of the first day.
  • TEST OUT with successful completion of all performance and testing requirements.

Firearms_Instructor_Student_Information_Sheet

Firearms_Inst_Student_Pre-Course_Checklist

WRITTEN TEST INFORMATION– The written test will come from the student manual. Students attending this class must download the student manual prior to the class. Download the student manual here –Student Manual Link

There is no allowance for later make-up performance testing, or qualifications. If a student fails any portion of the performance or qualification testing- they fail the course. There will be no make-up written testing exams either. Failure to pass the written exam results in a failure of this course.

For test-in failures only your agency may be refunded for the remainder of the class, but will not be refunded for Day One.

For any other failure resulting in dismissal the full tuition cost will remain due; no refund or tuition rebate will be available.

This course DOES NOT cover shotgun.

Dates: May 2-6, 2022

Time: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location: Pocatello Police Department 911 N. 7th Ave., Pocatello, ID 83201

Cost:       $ 400.00                Payable to POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline: Friday, April 22, 2022

POST Master Instructor:   Jeff Eldridge

POST Instructors:   Shane Manning, Matt Bloodgood, other instructors as needed

Registration Details: Click the registration link below

NOTE:

Attendance at this training does not guarantee Instructor certification and endorsement.  To obtain a POST certified instructor endorsement in this High Liability discipline additional training requirements must be met.  Please refer to the document link below.

https://post.idaho.gov//wp-content/uploads/sites/19/documents/forms/I//High%20Liability%20Endorsement%20Instructor%20Requirements.pdf

Remarks:

*Students will receive training in the application and use of a tourniquet.  Students will participate in drills applying the tourniquet to themselves and fellow students, so a training tourniquet instead of an operational one may be preferable, however, that is the students choice.

R2 Handgun Mounted Optics (Red Dot Sights) User -Kuna

Course Number:    R2 259

Description:   Handgun Mounted Electronic Sights (Red Dot Sights) User Training

This is a POST provided in-service training for certified officers.  This course will cover the use of handgun mounted optical sights, such as red dot sights from various manufacturers. The course will cover different optics, their use, and problems associated with their use. This course will also satisfy the High Liability Firearms Instructor biennial training requirement.

RED DOT

Topics covered will include:

    • Functionality
    • Nomenclature
    • Pros and Cons
    • Binden Aiming Concept
    • Asymmetrical Dot Principle
    • Occluded Lens- Water, Fog, Snow, Ice, Mud, Broken Lens
    • Policy and Procedures
    • And more…

Participants will be required to provide the following:

Duty handgun with mounted electronic optic, iron sights, three magazines
Weapon mounted light and/or handheld flashlight
800 rounds of handgun training ammunition 
100 rounds of duty handgun ammo 
Duty belt with duty holster, or other holster capable of securely holstering the handgun with mounted optic
Ear/eye pro
Ball cap
Range suitable clothing, water

Pre-requisites for attendance 

        • Idaho POST Basic certification

All Registration requests will be vetted by POST for approval to attend.

Dates:  March 30 -31, 2022

Time:       0800-1700

Credit Hours:  16

Location: 

IDOC Range
13900 South Pleasant Valley
Kuna,  Idaho 83634


Cost:
           $ 80.00  Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:   March 21, 2022
NOTE CLASSES FILL QUICKLY – this class is limited to 20 participants.

Master Instructor:  Allen Hall

Instructors:

Raul Garcia
Allen Hall

POST Coordinator:  Jeff Sklar
e-mail jeff.sklar@post.idaho.gov

Registration:  Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

Remarks:  Completion of this course will satisfy the High Liability Firearms Instructor biennial training requirement for endorsement renewal.

 

R2306 POST Firearms Instructor

Course Number: R2 306

Description:

BASIC FIREARMS (Handgun only) INSTRUCTOR COURSE

This is the P.O.S.T. Approved BASIC FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR COURSE for LE personnel interested in becoming a P.O.S.T. Certified Firearms INSTRUCTOR.  Upon completion of this course attendees should have the skills necessary to instruct officers.  Completion of this course is required for the high liability endorsement required for P.O.S.T. Basic Handgun Instructor certification.

This course will cover the new curriculum changes made to the Firearms Instructor Program.  Participants will conduct presentations, pass performance skills testing, pass a written exam, and exit qualifications.  It is strongly recommended that students review the Instructor Development Course materials prior to attending this course as questions from the written Instructor Development Course training material will also be included in the tests.

NOTE: THERE IS NO REMEDIAL TRAINING TIME.

Any Student with repeated safety violations will receive a failure.  Any failure in the course will result in removal from the class.

Registration PREREQUISITES, (not subject to waiver)

  • 3 YEARS Full-time law enforcement experience
  • Possess a current or previous POST Discipline Certification
    • i.e. Patrol, Detention, Corrections, etc.
  • Successful completion of POST 40 hour INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT
  • Perform 100% of the physical requirements of this course. Injured students will not be permitted to attend or complete the course.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS for all students

  • TEST IN with a qualifying score of at least 95% NO MISSES on the POST Firearms short course.
  • Maximum of 3 attempts to qualify at test in and test out.
  • All test in failures will be dismissed from the class.
  • 100% Attendance is required for completion of this 40-hour course
  • TEST OUT with successful completion of the written exam and exit qualifications.

Firearms_Instructor_Student_Information_Sheet

Firearms_Inst_Student_Pre-Course_Checklist

WRITTEN TEST INFORMATION– The written test will come from the student manual. Students attending this class must download the student manual prior to the class. Download the student manual here –Student Manual Link

There is no allowance for later make-up qualification attempts on the exit qualification. If a student fails the exit qualification- they fail the course. There will be no make-up written testing exams either. Failure to pass the written exam results in a failure of this course.

For test-in failures only there will be an $ 80.00 fee assessed for costs related to the first day. If the course tuition invoice has been paid, a tuition credit less the $80.00 fee will be issued.

For any other failure resulting in dismissal the full tuition cost will remain due; no refund or tuition rebate will be available.

Dates:   April 18 – 22, 2022

Time:  0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location:

IDOC-KUNA Range
13900 South Pleasant Valley
Kuna, Idaho 83634

Cost:    $ 400.00      Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  April 4, 2022

Instructors:  To Be Determined

POST Master Instructors:   

Allen Hall
Jamie Burns

POST Instructors:

Raul Garcia
Kerry Geisege
others to Be determined

Registration Details: Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

NOTE:

Attendance at this training does not guarantee Instructor certification and endorsement.  To obtain a POST certified instructor endorsement in this High Liability discipline additional training requirements must be met.  Please refer to the document link below.

https://post.idaho.gov//wp-content/uploads/sites/19/documents/forms/I//High%20Liability%20Endorsement%20Instructor%20Requirements.pdf

 

Remarks:  This course DOES NOT cover shotgun. Shotgun instructor training is provided through the new POST Shotgun Instructor Course, which is a separate 3 day course.

*Students will receive training in the application and use of a tourniquet.  Students will participate in drills applying the tourniquet to themselves and fellow students, so a training tourniquet instead of an operational one may be preferable, however, that is the students choice.

R4 Carbine Elements Theory 2 & Handgun Theory 2- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4259

Course Description:

Carbine Elements Theory 2 (CET2) Course Description

Carbine Elements Theory 2 is designed to give the intermediate or advanced shooter the proper carbine fundamentals. Starting with mindset, the class focuses on the core foundation of accuracy, acceptable accuracy under dynamic stress.

Subjects Covered

  • Life Safety Brief
  • Proper gear selection and placement
  • Establishing a proper zero
  • 7 fundamentals (Accuracy Drills, Axis and Mechanics of Recoil)
  • Acceptable Accuracy Drills
  • Transition Shoulder Shooting Drills
  • Reactive Movement Drills
  • Running Drills
  • Mindset Drills
  • Improvised shooting positions with Transitional Shooting Drills
  • Equipment List
  • Intro 2-man and 4-man team movement
  • Multiple threat engagements

Equipment List

Students provide their own ammo: 1400 rds of carbine and 200 rounds of Handgun ammo minimum. Multiple calibers may be used throughout this course. Drills can be modified to accommodate a lower round count.

Hardware – A functional and practical carbine or battle rifle chambered in 5.56×45, 5.45×39, 300 Blackout, 7.62×39, 7.62×51.  A secondary weapon (handgun) of choice. If available, a spare weapon system is also an excellent idea. A cleaning kit and tools that are compatible with the weapon system(s) in question is also a must. Each student should have a minimum of 5 working magazines.

  • Note pad, and pen/pencil
  • Clothing suited to strenuous activity as well as being seasonally appropriate
  • Rain gear / cold weather gear (seasonal)
  • Ear pro (electronic preferred) / Eye pro
  • Baseball style hat recommended
  • Proper belt to support equipment
  • Carbine magazine pouches, Battle belt, or Chest rig
  • Handgun (secondary weapon), magazines
  • Tools that work on your weapon
  • A holster and magazine pouch that will retain equipment when moving
  • Weapons lube
  • Water hydrating device
  • Knee and elbow pads (optional)
  • Gloves (optional)
  • An open mind

Subjects Covered

  • Life Safety Brief
  • Proper gear selection and placement
  • Establishing a proper zero
  • 7 fundamentals (Accuracy Drills, Axis and Mechanics of Recoil)
  • 3 Core Fundamentals
  • Acceptable Accuracy Drills
  • Balance of Speed and Accuracy
  • Speed reloads / Tactical reloads
  • Instinctive Shooting and Mindset Drills
  • Malfunctions
  • Movement Drills
  • Improvised shooting positions

Handgun Elements Theory 2

Equipment List

Students provide their own ammo: 1400rds Handgun ammo minimum. Multiple calibers may be used throughout this course. Drills can be modified to accommodate a lower round count.

Hardware

A functional and practical handgun chambered in 9mm, .40 cal, or .45 ACP. If available, a spare weapon system is also an excellent idea. A cleaning kit and tools that are compatible with the weapon system(s) in question is also a must. Each student should have a minimum of 5 working magazines. Single stack drivers should have double.

  • Note pad, and pen/pencil
  • Clothing suited to strenuous activity as well as being seasonally appropriate
  • Rain gear / cold weather gear (seasonal)
  • Ear pro (electronic preferred) / Eye pro
  • Baseball style hat recommended
  • Proper belt to support equipment
  • Tools that work on your weapon
  • A holster and magazine pouch that will retain equipment when moving
  • Weapons lube
  • Water hydrating device
  • Knee and elbow pads (optional)
  • Gloves (optional)
  • An open mind

Dates: July 25-28, 2022

Times: 0730-1600

Credit Hours: 32

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office/Idaho Falls Police Department Firing Range, approximately 8 miles north of Idaho Falls on US 20. Approximate GPS coordinates for the road access (turn right off US 20 if heading west from Idaho Falls) are 43.514001-112.202881 Follow the access back to the dead end. Range entrance will be to the left.

Cost: $695.00

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Chris Costa

Remarks: To register and obtain directions to the range, contact Idaho Falls PD Training Coordinator Lori Posey at lposey@idahofalls.gov or by phone at 208-612-8619. Once registered via email and invoice will be sent.

R2 Handgun Mounted Optics (Red Dot Sights) User -Kuna

Course Number:    R2 259

Description:   Handgun Mounted Electronic Sights (Red Dot Sights) User Training

This is a POST provided in-service training for certified officers.  This course will cover the use of handgun mounted optical sights, such as red dot sights from various manufacturers. The course will cover different optics, their use, and problems associated with their use. This course will also satisfy the High Liability Firearms Instructor biennial training requirement.

RED DOT

Topics covered will include:

    • Functionality
    • Nomenclature
    • Pros and Cons
    • Binden Aiming Concept
    • Asymmetrical Dot Principle
    • Occluded Lens- Water, Fog, Snow, Ice, Mud, Broken Lens
    • Policy and Procedures
    • And more…

Participants will be required to provide the following:

Duty handgun with mounted electronic optic, iron sights, three magazines
Weapon mounted light and/or handheld flashlight
800 rounds of handgun training ammunition 
100 rounds of duty handgun ammo 
Duty belt with duty holster, or other holster capable of securely holstering the handgun with mounted optic
Ear/eye pro
Ball cap
Range suitable clothing, water

Pre-requisites for attendance 

        • Idaho POST Basic certification

All Registration requests will be vetted by POST for approval to attend.

Dates:  June 29 – 30, 2022

Time:       0800-1700

Credit Hours:  16

Location: 

IDOC Range
13900 South Pleasant Valley
Kuna,  Idaho 83634


Cost:
           $ 80.00  Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:   June 14, 2022
NOTE CLASSES FILL QUICKLY – this class is limited to 20 participants.

Master Instructor:  TBD

Instructors:  TBD

 

POST Coordinator:  Jeff Sklar
e-mail jeff.sklar@post.idaho.gov

Registration:  Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

Remarks:  Completion of this course will satisfy the High Liability Firearms Instructor biennial training requirement for endorsement renewal.