I am teaching two eight-hour law enforcement continuing educations courses at Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) during the spring of 2017. Here is the course information:
Dates: March 2, 2017 & April 6, 2017
Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Description: This eight (8) hour course is a highly interactive course for the officer that is looking to develop new skills ranging from subject control to dealing with blunt and edged weapons. Participants will learn the following skills:
- Basics of crisis management including violent subjects, subjects under the influence of drugs or alcohol and the mentally ill subjects.
- How to use body manipulation to gain and maintain control of a subject.
- How dissolve an attack through evasion and movement.
- Intro to edge weapon weapon basics (controlling edged weapons, evade basics, disarms, and counter striking)
Training is done by breaking skills into steps and through high repetition. It is recommended for any Deputy/Patrol Officer, Detective, DAAT Instructor, tactical team member, Undercover officer and Corrections Office.
Participants should wear lose comfortable clothes and bring their empty duty belt. No live blades or firearms allowed in the training area. All participants are required to have and wear safety glasses during training.
Location: CVTC Emergency Service Education Center, 3623 Campus Road, Eau Claire, WI 54703
To register click on the link: CVTC Blunt/Edge Weapon Defense