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This intensive five day training program offers comprehensive education and training in modern MIL/LE techniques, tactics and principles required of competent instructors responsible for the management and delivery of AR-15 and M-4 rifle training to others.
The purpose of this course is educate, prepare and certify persons as competent firearms instructors who will thereafter return to their agency, department or company and professionally to instruct, evaluate and certify others in the safe use and effective of the M-4 or AR-15 rifle.
TACTICAL CARBINE INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION
*Depending on the skill level and knowledge of attendees the delivery of certain content may be modified to accomplish learning objectives.
Module 1: Covers the unique technical specifications, the mechanics and functions each carbine. Its’ features, benefits, pros and cons, and in-field applications. Firearms safety review.
Module 2: Nomenclature of the AR-15 / M-4 rifle. Disassembly and re-assembly of the AR-15 / M-4 rifle. Function checking the AR-15 / M-4 rifle. Mechanical operation of the AR-15 / M-4 rifle. Preventive maintenance and cleaning of the AR-15 / M-4 rifle.
Module 3: Modern theories and principles of teaching adult learners.
Module 4: How to conceive and develop academically sound, industry compliant tactical training curriculum. Actual syllabus and lesson plan development.
Module 5: Use of conventional and tactical sling systems.
Module 6: Sight adjustment and zeroing.
Module 7: Loading, unloading and reloading the AR-15 / M-4 rifle.
Module 8: Weapons presentation from low ready, high ready and contact ready positions. Shooting positions - standing, squatting, kneeling, sitting and prone
Module 9: Operating the AR-15 / M-4 rifle during semi-automatic fire. Operating the M-4 rifle during controlled automatic fire. Malfunction clearance techniques.
Module 10: Transition to secondary weapon system. Practical attribute development drills to develop instinctive reflex.
Module 11: Use of cover while moving and shooting. Cover drills. Injured officer shooting positions. Movement off the line of force. Threat assessment and area scanning. Communicating on the move and from covered or concealed positions.
Module 12: Multiple target shooting drills. Delivering controlled pairs and accelerated pairs.
Module 13: Shooting on the move. The mechanics of proper footwork, pacing, situational awareness. Static turns and pivots.
Module 14: Shooting in low light, low visibility conditions. Weak hand shooting.
Module 15: Close Quarter Battle (CQB) principles of stacking, bump/tap and movement. Clearing stairwells, hallways and T-intersections.
Man vs. man stress course.
• Written examination.
• Instructor oral presentations.
• Instructor live-fire range presentations.