The AR-15 Armorer Course is a comprehensive two-day class with Day 1 covering firearm history and development, safety, cycle of operation, troubleshooting, components and field stripping, and preventative maintenance. Day 2 continues with advanced troubleshooting piston and gas guns, disassembly and reassembly, and wear component measurement and gauging.
Participants will be able to perform these skills on their own rifle and the instructor will inform participants when to bring these into the lab.
All tools, equipment, and training manuals will be supplied.
Students should bring an UNLOADED, cased AR15 rifle. Leave rifle in vehicle until instructed to bring it into the classroom. There are a limited number of AR15 rifles on site if the student does not have access to an AR15.
Instructor Development Course
This course prepares instructor candidates to create a learning environment that supports learners. Competencies include planning and managing learning, training and evaluation methods, and delivering teaching scenarios. The curriculum is endorsed by LESB and required of instructors seeking LESB certification, and is a prerequisite for all LESB-approved specialized training courses.
Must meet the minimum qualifications set by Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and Standards Board. Please consult wilenet.widoj.gov for requirements. a completed DJ-LE-335 and a copy of the officer's Acadis training transcript MUST be emailed to email@example.com at least two weeks prior to the class.
Jail Officer Recruit Academy
This course is designed for individuals who are employed or wish to be employed in the corrections field. The academy covers the required Wisconsin Department Justice/Law Enforcement Training and Standards Bureau (DOJ/LESB) Curriculum. The training will allow individuals to obtain DOJ/LESB certification as a corrections officer.
Students no sponsored by a Sheriff's Office must contact Academy Director, Tim Gerdmann, a minimum of four weeks prior to the start date to complete DOJ application requirements.
Students not sponsored by a Sheriff's Office must contact Academy Director, Tim Gerdmann, a minimum of four weeks prior to the start date to complete DOJ application requirements.
OMVWI SFST Instructor Course
This course is designed for individuals who desire to teach SFST to recruits and during in-service. Prepares law enforcement professionals to effectively administer and instruct in the SFST training program. Emphasizes teaching and learning techniques that promote active learning, support learners with a variety of learning preferences and needs, and generate continuous improvement in teaching and learning.
Must be a LESB Certified Instructor and a current SFST practitioner to attend the course.
Professional Communications Instructor
This course will provide instructor candidates with the skills, abilities and techniques required to deliver effective Professional Communication Skills training. Instructor candidates will learn the roles and responsibilities of administrators and instructors in conducting a PCS basic course, identify Law Enforcement Standards Board (LESB) certification requirements for instructors, and identify the components of the PCS basic course.
The applicant should be currently certified as a WI DOJ Instructor. Please note, a completed DJ-LE-336, DJ-LE-310 and a copy of the officer's ACADIS training transcript MUST be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to the class.
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