United States National Standards of Training Association Instructor Academy
December 12 @ 8:00 am – December 16 @ 5:00 pm
DEFENSIVE TACTICS DEPARTMENTAL INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION
Controlled F.O.R.C.E. Instructors Academy is an annual Instructor Training Seminar to train and certify or re-certify Instructors in the Controlled F.O.R.C.E Mechanical Advantage Control Holds (M.A.C.H.™ System). The M.A.C.H. System which is an established national standard of subject control and defensive tactics training has been adopted into law enforcement since 1997. The M.A.C.H.™ Training System is a technically, medically, and legally acceptable training standard.
CERTIFICATIONS ON THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:
SITUATIONAL AWARENESS & VERBAL DE-ESCALATION
This training familiarizes students with recognizing warning signs of potential violence, designed with streamlined specifications encouraging the course participant to critically think and constantly reevaluate the circumstances that have contributed to incidents of crisis, disruptions, or unacceptable behaviors.
CF LEVEL 1 ARREST CONTROL TACTICS (NV POST)
Defensive Tactics Training based on the M.A.C.H.™ (Mechanical Advantage Control Holds) Training System addressing passive resisters, protesters, and / or non-compliant subjects.
CF LEVEL 2 OFFICER SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING (NV POST)
Survival Tactics Training covers unexpected sudden and violent attacks from extremely aggressive attackers. These drills are designed to protect the officer and other from bodily harm. This training coincides with Arrest Control Tactics.
CF LEVEL 3 COMBATIVE COUNTER MEASURES TRAINING (NV POST)
This training concentrates on officer survival in hands-on situations that continue beyond the initial attack. These advanced hand-on drills are designed to develop hand / eye coordination and teaches the officer how to deploy other Use of Force options.
HOSPITAL SECURITY TRACK
This training concentrates on de-escalation specific to healthcare, adaptations from the concepts of the 32-hour course, requirements in the healthcare environment including takedown restrictions and adaptations, teamwork adaptations and soft restraint applications. The gues speaker Scott Hemmingway, will present information regarding Joint Commission, CMS and IAHSS guidelines and requirements.