Basic S.W.A.T. This course is designed to train the officer newly assigned to a SWAT team or the officer(s) looking to enhance and compliment their in-service team training. Students will be
This course is designed to train the officer newly assigned to a SWAT team or the officer(s) looking to enhance and compliment their in-service team training. Students will be provided with a solid understanding of basic SWAT concepts, tactics and techniques to including a historical overview of SWAT, team structure, individual and team movement, team communications, scouting/intelligence gathering, woodland movements, slow and deliberate search methods as well as dynamic entry tactics, resolution of barricaded suspect situations, less-lethal options, warrant service, vehicle takedowns, tactical combat shooting with primary and secondary firearms, and multiple field training exercises. This is a hands-on, high-intensity course in which students practice tactics and techniques and then apply them in field practical exercises. The 40 hour (5) intense training days/nights will enable the newly trained team member to quickly assimilate into their organizations active team.
Method: Classroom, firearms range, and field practical exercises.
Equipment Needed: BDU’s or similar tactical clothing
Primary weapon (carbine or sub gun) with magazines,
Secondary weapon with magazines,
300 rounds ammunition for primary weapon
100 rounds ammunition for secondary weapon
Gas mask (optional),
Tactical belt w/handgun holster, flashlight, handcuffs, etc.
Eye & Ear Protection
Wet weather gear
Tactical deployment vehicle.
Duration: 40 hours
CEU’s: 10 hours Technical Studies; 22 hours Skill Development, 8 hours Skill Development Firearms
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26 (Monday) 9:00 am - 30 (Friday) 5:00 pm
Shadow Enterprises Training Facility
3989 Hwy 62, West Berryville, AR 72616
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