This is an advanced/specialized training course for law enforcement or corrections officers. The law enforcement Firearms Instructor course was organized and developed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and abilities of an individual to provide efficient and effective basic recruit firearms training to criminal justice personnel. This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission's approved Specialized Training Program. Students are required to successfully complete two of the following courses prior to attending this course: Instructor Techniques course or have been exempted based on Rule IIB-20, Florida Administrative Code, and either the General Facilitator's Training Transition course or the CMS General Instructor Techniques course. To complete LEO 0468 successfully, students must satisfy the following requirements: 1) qualification with one handgun (revolver or semi-automatic pistol) at 80%. Also required is familiarization with one long gun (shotgun or semi-automatic rifle/carbine). Handgun qualification will be during daylight and night time. Long gun familiarization will be during daylight and ambient light. These requirements will be completed prior to beginning the first lesson of this Firearms Instructor course. Students must qualify at that time. 2) a score of at least 80% on the written examination on the cognitive material provided in the curriculum. 3) a high-liability internship documented on form CJSTC-81A, under the supervision of a CMS firearms instructor who has been approved by the training center director.
No corequisites or prerequisites
DATE: March 23-29, 2013
HOURS: 12p-10p (Mon/Weds) 8a – 6p (Tues/Thurs) 7a-4p (Fri)
FEE: Trust Fund (Seminole Region officers seat priority)
LOCATION: Seminole State College GENEVA PISTOL RANGE
INSTRUCTOR: T. Hickson
This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission Specialized Training
Program, pursuant to Rule 11B-35.007, F.A.C., and is competency-based, meaning that the course may
be completed in less than 80 hours, provided that sufficient time is given for all content, exercises,
proficiency testing, and examinations. The course provides the required training an individual must
have to apply for a High-Liability Instructor Certification. Instructor students should possess a General Instructor Certification or be eligible for and apply for the General Instructor Certification at the same time as the High-Liability Instructor Certification. They should possess sufficient experience to meet the standard core of knowledge, pursuant to the requirements outlined in the Introduction lesson of this course.
The Firearms Instructor Course was organized and developed to enhance the
knowledge, skills, and abilities of an individual to provide efficient and effective basic recruit firearms
training to criminal justice personnel. This course is part of the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission approved Specialized Training Program.
For successful completion of this 44 hour course, students must satisfy the following requirements:
1. A score of at least 85% on the written examination on the cognitive material provided in the curriculum.
2. All proficiency demonstrations minimum passing score of 85%.
3. Students must qualify on all proficiencies the first 2 days of the course.
1. Semi-Automatic Hand Gun: Daytime 48 round course/ Nighttime 36 round course
2. Shotgun: Daylight/Nighttime
Note: Ammunition is the responsibility of the student.
(500 rds of duty weapon ammo per student) and (32 rounds of 8 OR 9 pellet shotgun ammo)
Student should bring bug spray, flashlight, eyes/ears protection, chair, food, and water.
Enrollment is limited to: 15
Contact your training officer for reservations or call the Criminal Justice Institute at 407-708-2187.
A complete list of Advanced Training Classes is available online at: www.seminolestate.edu/criminaljustice
Seminole State College of Florida
Center for Public Safety, Criminal Justice Institute
100 Weldon Boulevard
Sanford, FL 32773
Courses Offered For Spring 2013
|Term||Class||Delivery Method||Campus||Room||Status||Start Date||End Date||Professor||Start Time||End Time||Days||Book||Sylb.|
|OT||8227||Lecture and Discussion||GEN||GENRG||Open||03/25||03/29||Staff||12:00 p.m.||10:00 p.m.||M|
|OT||8227||Lecture and Discussion||GEN||GENRG||Open||03/25||03/29||Hendrix||8:00 a.m.||5:59 p.m.||T/W/TH|
|OT||8227||Lecture and Discussion||GEN||GENRG||Open||03/25||03/29||Palermo||8:00 a.m.||5:59 p.m.||T/W/TH|
|OT||8227||Lecture and Discussion||GEN||GENRG||Open||03/25||03/29||Tracht||8:00 a.m.||5:59 p.m.||T/W/TH|
|OT||8227||Lecture and Discussion||GEN||GENRG||Open||03/25||03/29||Fuehrer||8:00 a.m.||5:59 p.m.||T/W/TH|
|OT||8227||Lecture and Discussion||GEN||GENRG||Open||03/25||03/29||Staff||7:00 a.m.||4:59 p.m.||F|
Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.
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