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C ONDUCTING R EALITY B ASED T RAINING. G OALS OF T RAINING  Introduce the First Responder to Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for response to an open.

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1 C ONDUCTING R EALITY B ASED T RAINING

2 G OALS OF T RAINING  Introduce the First Responder to Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for response to an open air active threat  Instill confidence in the first responder to effectively respond  Expose “Strengths and Weaknesses” of both the individual, unit, & regional response

3 I NSTRUCTOR C ONDUCT  Be the Example  Patience/Empathy  Passion for Teaching Material  Continue to seek out education knowing your own strengths and weaknesses  Humility  Deflate your Ego… permanently

4 P HILOSOPHY AND M ETHODOLOGY  Hands-On Learning  Demonstration  Explanation  Application  Remediation  Train Like You Fight  Stress Inoculation  Safety, Safety, Safety

5 R EALITY B ASED T RAINING  Reveals the Effects of Stress to the Participant  Reveals Critical Errors of Participants Under Stress  Exceeds Legal Requirements of Realistic Training  Evaluation of Students Performance of Learned Skills

6 C ONSIDERATIONS W HEN S ELECTING A T RAINING L OCATION  Physical Security  General Location  Public Access/View  Student Health/Welfare  Environmental Hazards  Weather  Natural Hazards  Animals, plants, insects

7 Setting Up the Training Site for Safety The training location should allow for Three distinct zones to ensure proper safety protocols are followed  Unsafe Zone  Semi-Safe Zone  Safe Zone

8 P REPAIRING T HE T RAINING L OCATION F OR “Safety”  Safety is Paramount  Engagement Zones  Avoid dangerous terrain and small confined areas  Live Ammunition Protocols must be Established and Enforced  Safety Checks of Students by Instructors  Limit access to areas where live ammunition is kept

9 I NSTRUCTOR R ESPONSIBILITES “F ORCE ON F ORCE ”  Equipment Accountability  Account for all equipment prior to issue  Inspect and Prep all weapons and marking cartridges used  Training Site Security  Tape-Off Ingress/Egress Points and Areas Deemed Off-Limits  Notify local authorities of training

10 T RAINING S AFETY O FFICERS (TSO)  Ultimately Responsible for All Aspects of Safety during RBT  Conducts Search of all Participants and Instructors  Conducts Safety Briefing  Oversee Evolution Brief  Issue Weapons  Controls Scenario  Controls After Action Debrief

11 T RAINING S AFETY O FFICERS C OACHING vs. C RITICIZING  Strictly Safety Officer  Coach  Part of Scenario  Training Hazard  Combination of Roles

12 S ELECTING U NTRAINED R OLE P LAYERS  The Assassin  The Highlander  The Sociopath  The Revenger

13 6 T EAM M ATRIX (24+ Students) Dismount Rescue Mounted Rescue Action on Contact Stand-By

14 5 T EAM M ATRIX (20-23 Students) Dismount Rescue Mounted Rescue Action on Contact Stand-By

15 4 T EAM M ATRIX (16-19 Students) Dismount Rescue Mounted Rescue Action on Contact Stand-By

16 SAFETY BRIEFING

17 T EACHING T EAM


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