Emergency Vehicle Operator Course Instructor
This course prepares Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board (LESB) certified officers to effectively administer and teach the Emergency Vehicle Operations and Control (EVOC) training program. The program follows LESB training guidelines and involves hands-on classroom presentations to be successfully completed by the instructor candidates. The goal of this program is to prepare certified officers who are proficient in driving a vehicle under emergency conditions to deliver LESB-approved EVOC curriculum.
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 current LESB experience requirements. Refer to www.wilenet.org for details.
This 16 hour course, taught by a scenario master instructor trainer, prepares instructor candidates for certification as an LESB scenario instructor, including scenario training, testing, and force-on-force safety and training techniques. must have completed the 32-hour CJ-IDC course before attending, or be a currently-certified LESB instructor, and have 3 years full-time experience. To attend, must apply via form DJ-LE-336.
Must have current LESB Instructor Certification or have attended LESB Instructor Development.