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Course Name: FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT COURSE (F.I.D.C)

Course Length: 5Days

Course Cost: $875.00 (with class minimum of 10 paid) **Note: all range fees for guest range are the responsibility of the student, not S-P.

Open to: Students must be a certified or acting Law Enforcement, Military, or NRA Instructor (if civilian), or receive approval to attend an open class.  (email Mike Seeklander)

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Course Description: This is a Instructor Developement Course, not a course certifying instructional methods for a specific state or agency/group.  It is a combination of material compiled over 15 years of instructing full time as a full time federally certified instructor and semi-professional shooter.  This instructional course will greatly increase your ability to instruct in a structured and professional manner.  It is meant to take those who have a solid interest in teaching, or those who already have experience and build upon it.  This course is like no other course on the market, in that it focuses on instructional methodology versus a specific technique or system.     It does include a details shooting block of instruction to establish base manipulation and marksmanship skill to increase your skill level, as well as to demonstrate live fire range management.

  1. Principles of Adult Learning
  2. Managing a Classroom Environment
  3. Managing a Live Fire Range Environment
  4. Principles of an Effective Training Program
  5. The E.D.I.P. (Explain Demonstrate Imitate and Practice) model
  6. The P.E.S.O.S. model of instruction
  7. Instructional Block “What, Why, How” model
  8. R.A.V. method of question/answer
  9. Overcoming Technical Objections
  10. Instructor-Student Communication Techniques
  11. Planning and Instructional Material Developement

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  1. 750 rounds handgun ammunition *Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot slightly more or less.
  2. 750 rounds of rifle ammunition
  3. Firearm (Handgun and Rifle) and ALL related equipment
  4. Notebook and pen
  5. Personal protective gear (eye and ear protection)
  6. Dummy rounds appropriate for their caliber handgun and rifle (10)

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Course Name: Special Operations Low Visibility Handgun Integration Course (S.O.L.V.H.I.C.)

Course Length: 5Days

Course Cost: Contact for pricing

Open to: This is a closed course for military and federal entities.  Please email Mike Seeklander for more information on this course.

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Course Description: This training program is a 40 hour course that teaches all aspects of low visibility (concealed) employment of a handgun at various ranges from extreme close quarters to longer ranges.   All critical manipulation skills including one handed manipulation are covered, and trained from concealment.   Operators graduating from this course will leave with a high level of skill and the ability to apply that skill in a variety of ranges and environments.

  1. Principles of Adult Learning
  2. Gear and Gun Set up and Positioning
  3. Pre-Attack Indicators
  4. Concealed Weapon Access/Response Times
  5. Reloading and Malfunction Clearing Processes
  6. One Handed Access and Operation (Survival Shooting)
  7. Grounded Shooting Positions
  8. Proper use of Cover
  9. Footwork and Pivoting/Positioning Skills
  10. Shooting and Moving Skills
  11. Close and Extreme Close Quarters Skills
  12. Introduction to Weapon Strikes
  13. Vehicle Shooting and Positions of Cover
  14. Concepts of a Proper Live Fire Training Session
  15. Low Light/White Light use

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  1. 3500 rounds *Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot slightly more or less.
  2. Firearm/s and all related equipment
  3. Notebook, pen and 3X5 index cards (3-5)
  4. Personal protective gear (eye and ear protection)
  5. Dummy rounds appropriate for their caliber handgun (10)

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Course Name: Precision Rifle Operator Course (P.R.O.C.)

Course Length: 2Days

Course Cost: $395.00 (with class minimum of 10) **Note: all range fees for guest range are the responsibility of the student, not S-P.

Open to: This course focuses on long range shooting.  Due to this, students must be either: active duty military members, certified law enforcement officers, or civilians that can demonstrate a clear mental and criminal backgroud.

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Course Description: This is the first step in learning the fundamentals of shooting long range.  During this course you, your weapon, and your gear will be put to the test.  This course is designed to help the beginner shooter take their skills to the next level, and the experienced shooter will be pushed to their limits as well.  The course will introduce some techniques needed for the competition realm of long range shooting and sniper style matches, yet the context will be completely applicable in military and law enforcement settings.   This course will show you how the very best long range shooters accomplish what they do.

  1. Principles of Adult Learning
  2. Gear and Gun Set up and Maintenance
  3. Body Positioning (NPA)
  4. Precision Fundamentals
  5. Log book and Dope Card
  6. Cold Bore Principles
  7. Zeroing and Mechanical Zeroing Introduction
  8. Short Range Applications (100-400 yards)
  9. Introduction to Wind Reading
  10. Positional Techniques
  11. Rapid Deployment Techniques
  12. Handovers and Unders
  13. Medium Range Applications (500-700 yards depending on range availability)
  14. Teamwork Drills
  15. Performance Drills, Stress Tests
  16. Long Range Applications (700-1000 yards depending on range availability)

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  1. Bolt Action of Semi Automatic Rifle capable of holding 3/4 MOA (5 shot) or better.
  2. 250 rounds *Note, this is an estimated quantity due to the unique flexibility of the program, students may shoot slightly more or less.
  3. Firearm/s and all related equipment
  4. Quality scope consisting of exposed tactical turrets and a reticle in either MIL, MOA, Horus, or equivalent.
  5. Spotting Scope
  6. Bipod
  7. Shooting Mat
  8. Shooting bags, socks, or equivalent
  9. Notebook, pen and 3X5 index cards (3-5)
  10. Personal protective gear (eye and ear protection)
  11. Water, snacks, chair, sunscreen, or any other personal comfort items desired.

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