R2 301E Defensive Tactics ARCON Instructor

Class Number:   R2   301E

Description:  NOTE Class start date has changed

This is the new P.O.S.T. approved Defensive Tactics Instructor Course using the ARCON curriculum. This training course includes a test-in component, skill training, teach-back and a skills test-out component.

Attendees are expected to test out at 90% to pass this course. Upon completion of this course attendees should have the skills necessary to instruct others in the ARCON Defensive Tactics techniques.

Students accepted to attend this class must meet the following REQUIREMENTS prior to registration:

  • Hold a current IDAHO Basic certification
  • Completion of the Idaho POST Instructor Development class
  • Completion of a patrol based defensive tactics training or a AT/DT user course.

Not required but highly recommended:

  • Completion of the 2018-2019 POST Use of Force class (POST Academy updated training)
  • or the POST Human Performance class

Physical agility test-in requirements

Students unable to pass the physical agility test-in will not be allowed to continue in the class. A test in fee of $80.00 will be charged to their Agency.

100% Attendance is required for completion of this course.

Completion of this course is a requirement for the maintenance of a current Defensive Tactics endorsement or the issuance of a new Defensive Tactics endorsement.

CLASS ATTIRE

  • Loose fitting tactical pants
  • GI pants
  • Short sleeve T-Shirt
  • Long Sleeve T-Shirt
  • (rash guard type also recommended)
  • Appropriate foot wear for use on wrestling mats
  • Face Masks and gloves

Dates:  October 13 – 23, 2020

Time:    0800 – 1700

Credits:   80 hours

Location:   

Idaho POST Academy
Bldg 3  Classroom
700 South Stratford Drive
Meridian, Idaho

Cost:    $600.00             Payable to Idaho POST

(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  October 1

Master Instructor    Rob Namer, POST

Instructors:               Kevin Graham, POST
Others to be determined

Registration Details: on line  see below

Remarks:  class size is limited to 30 students maximum.  Students with a current or previous Defensive Tactics  endorsement that require completion of the curriculum update will be given a 50% discount waiver.

R4-309 Instructor Development Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4 309

Description:

This class is required for any person who wishes to become a POST certified instructor.

The new course curriculum covers adult learning, building thinking skills in students, paralanguage, assessing student understanding of class material, and writing lesson plans. Each Student will be videotaped for self-evaluation.

All registration applications will be vetted by POST for approval to attend this training. Once an applicant has been vetted, an e-mail will be sent to the applicant confirming registration and providing the links necessary for completing the pre-requisite course.

It is vital that the applicant provide a valid and correct e-mail address on the on-line registration form.

 

Pre-requisites for attendance:

      • Must be employed with an Idaho Law Enforcement Agency
      • Completion of the required on-line training prior to class start date

NOTE:

POST has changed the policy requiring 3 years of LE experience to attend the Instructor Development class. However the following registration priority policy will be followed:

All applicants with three (3) years of LE experience and/or POST certification will have registration priority over any applicant with less than three (3) years LE experience regardless of when the registration was received.

If the LE experience is with an agency out of state the following documentation is required:

        • a copy of your previous POST record which shows years of service
        • or a letter from the previous Agency Head (on Agency letterhead) verifying years of service including the hire date and separation date

Any registration request that does not meet the 3 year minimum LE experience or does not have a POST certification will be placed on a waiting list to be registered on the registration closing date if seats remain available.

 

The participants are required to bring to this class certain equipment and presentations:

  • A laptop or other electronic media device with a USB port.
  • The Instructor development manual either as a hard copy or downloaded on a media device
  • A device equipped to video record a 2-3 minute presentation for self-evaluation (i.e. camera, iPhone, iPad etc)
  • Materials needed for your classroom presentation

Please note that POST will no longer provide printed classroom manuals to participants in this course. It is the participants responsibility to download the class instruction sheet and classroom manual, links are provided throughout this announcement.

 

COURSE MATERIALS DOWNLOAD LINKS ARE SHOWN BELOW.

Course Pre-read Download

Classroom Handouts

Class Information and the Instructor Development classroom Manual


Dates:  October 19-23, 2020

Time:    0800-1700

Credit Hours:   40

Location:    Idaho Falls Police Department Training Annex, 740 Park Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

 Cost:     $ 300.00       Payable to Idaho POST
          (Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)


Deadline:
registration will close October 5, 2020
NOTE CLASSES FILL QUICKLY – this class is limited to 24 participants.

 

Lead Instructor:  Jason Hendrian

Instructors:     TBD

POST Coordinator:   Matt Bloodgood

Registration Details: Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

Remarks:

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST BE VETTED BY POST before registration is completed.

PARTICIPANTS MUST DOWNLOAD THE COURSE MATERIALS, LINKS ARE PROVIDED THROUGHOUT THIS ANNOUNCEMENT.

Once vetted for attendance the PARTICIPANT MUST COMPLETE THE PRE-REQUISITE COURSE WORK PRIOR TO THE BEGINNING OF CLASS. The LINK FOR THE PRE-COURSE WORK will be sent by e-mail to the student after the registration has been approved.

ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS AND MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE DURING THIS CLASS.

R2-309 Instructor Development October

Course Number: R2 309

Description:

This class is required for any person who wishes to become a POST certified instructor.

The new course curriculum covers adult learning, building thinking skills in students, paralanguage, assessing student understanding of class material, and writing lesson plans. Each Student will be videotaped for self-evaluation.

All registration applications will be vetted by POST for approval to attend this training. Once an applicant has been vetted, an e-mail will be sent to the applicant confirming registration and providing the links necessary for completing the pre-requisite course.

It is vital that the applicant provide a valid and correct e-mail address on the on-line registration form.

 

Pre-requisites for attendance:

      • Must be employed with an Idaho Law Enforcement Agency
      • Completion of the required on-line training prior to class start date

NOTE:

POST has changed the policy requiring 3 years of LE experience to attend the Instructor Development class. However the following registration priority policy will be followed:

All applicants with three (3) years of LE experience and/or POST certification will have registration priority over any applicant with less than three (3) years LE experience regardless of when the registration was received.

If the LE experience is with an agency out of state the following documentation is required:

        • a copy of your previous POST record which shows years of service
        • or a letter from the previous Agency Head (on Agency letterhead) verifying years of service including the hire date and separation date

Any registration request that does not meet the 3 year minimum LE experience or does not have a POST certification will be placed on a waiting list to be registered on the registration closing date if seats remain available.

 

The participants are required to bring to this class certain equipment and presentations:

  • A laptop or other electronic media device with a USB port.
  • The Instructor development manual either as a hard copy or downloaded on a media device
  • A device equipped to video record a 2-3 minute presentation for self-evaluation (i.e. camera, iPhone, iPad etc)
  • Materials needed for your classroom presentation

Please note that POST will no longer provide printed classroom manuals to participants in this course. It is the participants responsibility to download the class instruction sheet and classroom manual, links are provided throughout this announcement.

 

COURSE MATERIALS DOWNLOAD LINKS ARE SHOWN BELOW.

Course Pre-read Download

Classroom Handouts

Class Information and the Instructor Development classroom Manual


Dates:  October 5 – 9, 2020

Time:    0800-1700

Credit Hours:   40

Location:    Hosted By Garden City PD  at

City Hall
6015 North Glenwood Street
Garden City,  ID  83714 

 Cost:     $ 300.00       Payable to Idaho POST
          (Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)


Deadline:
registration will close September 20, 2020
NOTE CLASSES FILL QUICKLY – due to covid-19 health concerns and the need to social distance  this class is limited to 20 participants.

 

Master Instructor:  Ray Ellis – Retired Meridian PD

Instructors:     Shannon Garza, Ada CSO

POST Coordinator:   Jeff Sklar

Registration Details: Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

Remarks:

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST BE VETTED BY POST before registration is completed.

PARTICIPANTS MUST DOWNLOAD THE COURSE MATERIALS, LINKS ARE PROVIDED THROUGHOUT THIS ANNOUNCEMENT.

Once vetted for attendance the PARTICIPANT MUST COMPLETE THE PRE-REQUISITE COURSE WORK PRIOR TO THE BEGINNING OF CLASS. The LINK FOR THE PRE-COURSE WORK will be sent by e-mail to the student after the registration has been approved.

 

R2 AXON Conducted Energy Device Instructor

Course Number:  337

Description:  Conducted Energy Device Instructor Course

With the release of Version 21,  all Axon sponsored courses have been reformatted to teach students how to develop and safely execute scenarios and isolation drills for the X26P, X2, and TASER 7 Conducted Energy Weapons.  Students will learn how to develop and safely implement scenarios, isolation drills, and conduct teach-backs to hone their Instructor skills. Consequently, students will be certified to instruct others on the use of one or more of the X26P, X2 and TASER 7 Conducted Energy Weapons.

Requirements
The online portion is a prerequisite to attend the in-classroom training
and must be completed beforehand. You will receive access to the online course 3 weeks before your training date. Please email training@axon.com for assistance if you have any issues with Axon Academy access.

082420 AXON Flyer + Registration Details

Date: September 23, 2020

Time:   0800-1700

Credit Hours:  8 hours

Location:    

Boise Police Department
333 N Mark Stall Place
Sawtooth Auditorium
Boise ID  83704

COST:    $495.00      Payable to AXON

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

Deadline: September 1, 2020

Instructor: To be Determined

Registration Details:    https://my.axon.com/buy   

Users must create an AXON Account to register

 

Remarks:    Do not send registrations to POST.

Boise PD is the hosting agency, for additional information regarding this training or the training venue please  e-mail Desiree LeClair   dleclair@cityofboise.org

 

R2 301E Defensive Tactics ARCON Instructor

Class Number:   R2   301E

Description:

This is the new P.O.S.T. approved Defensive Tactics Instructor Course using the ARCON curriculum. This training course includes a test-in component, skill training, teach-back and a skills test-out component.

Attendees are expected to test out at 90% to pass this course. Upon completion of this course attendees should have the skills necessary to instruct others in the ARCON Defensive Tactics techniques.

Students accepted to attend this class must meet the following REQUIREMENTS prior to registration:

  • Hold a current IDAHO Basic certification
  • Completion of the Idaho POST Instructor Development class
  • Completion of a patrol based defensive tactics training or a AT/DT user course.

Not required but highly recommended:

  • Completion of the 2018-2019 POST Use of Force class (POST Academy updated training)
  • or the POST Human Performance class

Physical agility test-in requirements

Students unable to pass the physical agility test-in will not be allowed to continue in the class. A test in fee of $80.00 will be charged to their Agency.

100% Attendance is required for completion of this course.

Completion of this course is a requirement for the maintenance of a current Defensive Tactics endorsement or the issuance of a new Defensive Tactics endorsement.

CLASS ATTIRE

  • Loose fitting tactical pants
  • GI pants
  • Short sleeve T-Shirt
  • Long Sleeve T-Shirt
  • (rash guard type also recommended)
  • Appropriate foot wear for use on wrestling mats
  • Face Masks and gloves 

Dates:  August 17 – 28, 2020

Time:    0800 – 1700

Credits:   80 hours

Location:           

Boise Police Department
333 Mark Stall Drive
Boise, Idaho

 

Cost:    $600.00             Payable to Idaho POST

                   (Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  August 10, 2020

Master Instructor     Bryce Martin, Nampa PD

Instructors:                 Frank Finney, POST Contractor
Others to be Determined

Registration Details: on-line

Remarks:  The training venue requires that the class size be limited to 20 students maximum.  Students with a current or previous Defensive Tactics  endorsement that require completion of the curriculum update will be given a 50% discount waiver.

R2-306 POST Firearms Instructor – Caldwell PD

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 multiple classroom and range presentations, pass performance skills testing, pass daily performance reviews, 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 may 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, Basic Patrol Academy Firearms training lesson plan (click here- Academy Classroom Lesson Plan March 2020) and presentation (click here warning 348 page file, recommend you save to a computer Firearms Training PPT Master 03-2019), and the Basic Patrol Academy Use of Force lesson plan (click here- Use of Force LP 0220). Students attending this class must download the instructor manual prior to the class. Download the Instructor student manual here –Classroom Lesson Plan March 2020

In addition to the downloading the student manual and Academy lesson plans, students MUST COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING CHECKLIST Student pre-course checklist Mar 2020 This checklist is to be provided to the lead Master Firearms Instructor the morning of the first day of class. Failure to present a completed pre-course check list form will result in immediate dismissal from the class.

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.

If you do not meet the listed  registration requirements do not register.


Dates:  19-23 October 2020

Time: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location:

Caldwell PD
110 South 5th Street
Caldwell, Idaho 83605

Cost:           $ 400.00     Payable to Idaho POST

            (Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:    5 October 2020    Register early class is limited to 20 students


POST Master Instructor
:
     Alan Hall, Clint Goss, Mike Chamberlin

POST Instructors:   To be Determined


Registration Details:
          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
  • 1,000 rounds of practice ammunition for duty weapon
  • Duty flashlight
  • 3 ring binder, note taking materials and a black felt tip marker
  • A laptop computer with USB port and portable flash (thumb) drive
  • Water, snacks, or other food as needed

*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.

A R2306 POST Firearms Instructor Template

Course Number: R 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:

Time: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location: See below

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

Deadline:

Instructors:

POST Master Instructor:

POST Instructors:

Registration Details: 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.

A R2-309 Instructor Development template 2020

Course Number: R2 309

Description:

This class is required for any person who wishes to become a POST certified instructor.

The new course curriculum covers adult learning, building thinking skills in students, paralanguage, assessing student understanding of class material, and writing lesson plans. Each Student will be videotaped for self-evaluation.

All registration applications will be vetted by POST for approval to attend this training. Once an applicant has been vetted, an e-mail will be sent to the applicant confirming registration and providing the links necessary for completing the pre-requisite course.

It is vital that the applicant provide a valid and correct e-mail address on the on-line registration form.

 

Pre-requisites for attendance:

      • Must be employed with an Idaho Law Enforcement Agency
      • Completion of the required on-line training prior to class start date

NOTE:

POST has changed the policy requiring 3 years of LE experience to attend the Instructor Development class. However the following registration priority policy will be followed:

All applicants with three (3) years of LE experience and/or POST certification will have registration priority over any applicant with less than three (3) years LE experience regardless of when the registration was received.

If the LE experience is with an agency out of state the following documentation is required:

        • a copy of your previous POST record which shows years of service
        • or a letter from the previous Agency Head (on Agency letterhead) verifying years of service including the hire date and separation date

Any registration request that does not meet the 3 year minimum LE experience or does not have a POST certification will be placed on a waiting list to be registered on the registration closing date if seats remain available.

 

The participants are required to bring to this class certain equipment and presentations:

  • A laptop or other electronic media device with a USB port.
  • The Instructor development manual either as a hard copy or downloaded on a media device
  • A device equipped to video record a 2-3 minute presentation for self-evaluation (i.e. camera, iPhone, iPad etc)
  • Materials needed for your classroom presentation

Please note that POST will no longer provide printed classroom manuals to participants in this course. It is the participants responsibility to download the class instruction sheet and classroom manual, links are provided throughout this announcement.

 

COURSE MATERIALS DOWNLOAD LINKS ARE SHOWN BELOW.

Course Pre-read Download

Classroom Handouts

Class Information and the Instructor Development classroom Manual

 

Dates:

Time:    0800-1700

Credit Hours:   40

Location:

 

Cost:     $ 300.00       Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline: registration will close
NOTE CLASSES FILL QUICKLY – this class is limited to 24 participants.

Master Instructor:

 

Instructors:

POST Coordinator:   Jeff Sklar

Registration Details: Use the REGISTRATION LINK provided below.

Remarks:

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST BE VETTED BY POST before registration is completed.

PARTICIPANTS MUST DOWNLOAD THE COURSE MATERIALS, LINKS ARE PROVIDED THROUGHOUT THIS ANNOUNCEMENT.

Once vetted for attendance the PARTICIPANT MUST COMPLETE THE PRE-REQUISITE COURSE WORK PRIOR TO THE BEGINNING OF CLASS. The LINK FOR THE PRE-COURSE WORK will be sent by e-mail to the student after the registration has been approved.

 

A R(1, 2, 3, 4) POST Shotgun Instructor Template

Course Number: R 306D

Description:

This is the P.O.S.T. approved SHOTGUN INSTRUCTOR COURSE for those interested in developing their instructor skills to effectively teach shotgun operation. Upon completion of this course, attendees should have the basic instructor skills necessary to instruct the POST basic shotgun manipulations skills to officers.

Students must be able to assume kneeling, sitting, and prone positions with the shotgun. Students will also receive training in one hand shotgun manipulations with both the strong hand, and the support hand.

Students must be able to perform 100% of the expected skills and weapon manipulations. Students who cannot physically participate will be denied entry to this course.

ALL students will be required to attend 100% of the training to receive credit for the course. Since the tactics are taught on a building block principle, missing portions would impede the other students and jeopardize overall safety. Tardiness will not be accepted.

At the completion of the course, students will be expected to demonstrate a satisfactory skill level in the tactics taught.

In order to successfully complete this course, Students will be required to pass:

  • the Shotgun Instructor Skills Performance testing
  • the qualification course
  • the assigned student led teaching
  • the impromptu student led teaching assignments
  • and the written examination

NOTICE – The written exam will have test questions from the P.O.S.T. Instructor Development and P.O.S.T. Handgun Instructor student manuals. Be sure to review both manuals BEFORE attending this course. You WILL have other course work during this class that you will have to complete in order to pass this course.

STUDENT MANUAL – Click here to download the shotgun instructor student manual- Student Manual Link. Written test questions come from the student manual. It is recommended students download and study the manual prior to coming to class. There will be no make-up testing for students who fail the exit qualification course, or the written exam.

MANDATORY PRE-REQUISITE

Successful completion of:

  • P.O.S.T. Instructor Development Course
  • P.O.S.T. Handgun Instructor Course

If you do not meet these requirement do not register.

 

Dates:

Time: 0800-1700 hrs

Credit Hours: 24

Location: See below

Cost: $240.00
Payable to Idaho POST
(Tuition does not include meals, travel and/or lodging )

Deadline:

Instructors:

POST Certified Master Instructor:

POST Certified Instructors:

Registration Details: Register early this class is limited to 20 students maximum; with a minimum of 10 students required.

Remarks:

STUDENT INFORMATION

Clothing appropriate for weather conditions. Range clothing should be conducive to carry extra ammunition and suitable for tactical movement , knee pads are recommended but not required.

Equipment required by students:

  • Duty shotgun with sling (sling is mandatory)
  • Duty gear, holster, pistol magazines
  • Duty pistol (pistol used for transitions)
  • Body armor
  • Eye and ear protection
  • Billed cap
  • Range appropriate clothing
  • Water
  • Training tourniquet (CAT, SOF, or similar for use in training)
  • Laptop Computer
  • Note taking materials
  • Small tape measure or ruler
  • 50 rounds shotgun slugs
  • 100 rounds of pistol training ammunition
  • 250 rounds of birdshot shotgun ammunition (buckshot may be used if birdshot not available)
  • 250 rounds of buckshot shotgun ammunition

Recommended Equipment:

  • Rifle sights on the shotgun
  • Side Saddle, or similar spare ammunition system mounted on the shotgun

A R(1, 2, 3, 4) POST Patrol Rifle Instructor Template

Course Number: R  306B

Description:

This is the P.O.S.T. Approved FIREARMS-Rifle Instructor course for those interested in becoming a P.O.S.T. Certified Firearms – Rifle INSTRUCTOR.

Upon completion of this course attendees should have the skills necessary to instruct officers.

NOTE: All students will be required to “QUALIFY IN” by completing the POST Firearms rifle course with a score of at least 95% WITH NO MISSES on the first day of the course or they will be excused from the class. 

Students will be given a maximum of 3 attempts to qualify at test in and test out. 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.

PREREQUISITE for attendance:

  • Successful completion of the POST Firearms: Pistol/Shotgun Instructor Course
  • Students must be able to perform 100% of the physical requirements of this course. Injured students will not be permitted to attend or complete the course.

100% Attendance is required for completion of this 40-hour course

Attendance does not guarantee Instructor certification; upon satisfactory completion of this course, you must submit an application for Instructor certification. POST Council approval is required to become a POST Certified Firearms Instructor.

 

Dates:

Time: 0800-1900 hrs (4/10’s)

Credit Hours: 40

Location: See below

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

Deadline:

Instructors:

POST Certified Master Instructor:

Instructors:

Registration Details: Class is limited to 20 participants

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
  • Appropriate clothing for various weather conditions (rain, cold, etc.)
  • A billed cap of some type
  • Duty Rifle and extra magazines
  • 1,500 rounds of 223 ammunition
  • Duty belt with duty handgun
  • 250 rounds of duty ammunition
  • Duty flashlight
  • 3 ring binder, note taking materials and a black felt tip marker