16-hour SSGT Patrol Rifle: Instructor Course

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Subject: 16-hour Patrol Rifle: Instructor

Instructor(s): Jack Nevils

Price: $400.00/officer

Prerequisite: Patrol Rifle: Operator; Officer must be a certified firearms instructor & successfully completed the following SSGT Courses:

40-hour Patrol Rifle: Operator;
24-hour Two-man CQB Patrol Rifle: Operator Course

DESCRIPTION: This 2-day course is designed to ensure officers who have attended the Patrol Rifle: Operator & Two-man CQB Patrol Rifle: Operator courses have attained and maintained the prerequisite skills as a Patrol Rifle operator and to certify them to safely and professionally train, coach, and mentor officers in proven training methodologies. The course begins with a review of the Patrol Rifle: Operator course objectives and a demonstration of the officer’s proficiency in these skills. Officers will be instructed in training methodologies to teach didactic information and hands-on skills. Topics such as troubleshooting common deficiencies found in patrol rifle shooting operations and equipment issues are discussed to ensure officers can timely and properly identify and correct problems. Officers will be required to develop and teach a class that encompasses a classroom block of instruction, practical application, and evaluation for fellow officers. Officers will be evaluated on their level of mastery of the subject matter and their ability to convey this information to others effectively.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
·Safety
·Review Patrol Rifle Setup: Optics and Lights
·Review Ballistics 101
·Review Shooting Positions
·Review Zeroing and Grouping
·Review Known Distance Firing
·Review Target Selection
·Review Weapons Integration
·Review Shooting on the move
·Review Utilizing cover
·Review Transitioning to secondary weapon(s)
·Review Employment in Urban Setting
·Review Shooting into and out of vehicles
·Review Stress Shoot
·Review Low Light Fire
·Instruction Methodology
·Dealing with Problem Shooters
·Course of fire development
·Running a Firing Line
·Precision Fire
EQUIPMENT NEEDED:
·Copy of department’s Patrol Rifle Qualifications, Deployment and Engagement Policy
·Tactical Gear –Department Assigned Patrol Rifle with sling, pistol, holster and 3 magazines and magazine pouches for both weapons
·Protection for eyes and ears
·Ammo – Pistol-100 rnds. & Rifle-600rnds.
(Factory loaded ammunition only)
(No re-loaded ammunition allowed)
·Water
·Inclement weather gear
·Hat (for sun)

SSGT TRAINERS: Our trainers are former Special Forces (Green Beret) Operators who have severed as instructors and Program Managers at the JFK Special Warfare Center’s Special Forces Hostage Rescue and Sniper School. These operators have years of real world application in diverse combat environments conducting and refining the principles and skills taught in this course. The collective lessons learned during these experiences were used by our trainers to rewrite training doctrine and Programs of Instruction for Special Operations Forces. Our trainers have trained and successfully led thousands of U.S. And indigenous forces in countless counter terrorism operations during the Global War on Terrorism.