Training

Training

We present a series of "tactical" training courses mainly aimed at official agencies of the Military/Police departments. We continuously review the training techniques, offering the most advanced procedures in each of our trainings. Our courses are designed for all of the "security operators" to handle any type of weapon safely and according to the circumstances required by the job.

We evolve constantly, we adapt to different work environments, constantly changing the threat in trainings.

Our Instructors are highly trained, derived from their experience in elite units, mostly in the fight against terrorism, with experience in combat and in the international community of Special Operations.

Advanced Weapons Marksmanship Course

We present a series of "tactical" training courses mainly aimed at official agencies of the Military/Police departments. We continuously review the training techniques, offering the most advanced procedures in each of our trainings. Our courses are designed for all of the "security operators" to handle any type of weapon safely and according to the circumstances required by the job.

This course is designed to enhance weapons knowledge and marksmanship skills. The course covers advanced marksmanship techniques and firing procedures needed to participate in unit live-fire training exercises.

The course covers:

  • Weapons Assembly and disassembly.
  • Shooting fundamentals.
  • Range rules and safety Procedures.
  • Shooting (Standing, on the move, and from multiple positions)
  • Combat and speed reloads
  • Engaging multiple targets
  • Target Identification
  • Shooting under physical and psychological stress
  • Weapons transition
  • Barricade Shooting
  • Low light training
  • Participants are expected to have completed the Basic Weapons Marksmanship Course

Close Quarter Battle (CQB) Course

We present a series of "tactical" training courses mainly aimed at official agencies of the Military/Police departments. We continuously review the training techniques, offering the most advanced procedures in each of our trainings. Our courses are designed for all of the "security operators" to handle any type of weapon safely and according to the circumstances required by the job.

This course is designed for special operations forces training for urban assault operations. Training starts with advanced marksmanship shooting drills and "stress shot". During this course operators will conduct daily force on force scenarios and have a graded live exercise at the conclusion of the training.

The course covers

  • Room Clearance tactics
  • Areas of responsibility
  • Points of domination
  • Command and control
  • Shooting while moving
  • Target discrimination
  • Hallways Clearing
  • Stairways Clearing
  • Deliberate and rolling assaults
  • Breaching
  • Marksmanship
  • Medie training Operators attending this training will be expected to be fully qualified in Counter Terrorism -Specialized Weapons and Tactics, Counter Terrorism -Specialized Weapons and Tactics, and Small Unit Tactics.

Crisis Management Course

We present a series of "tactical" training courses mainly aimed at official agencies of the Military/Police departments. We continuously review the training techniques, offering the most advanced procedures in each of our trainings. Our courses are designed for all of the "security operators" to handle any type of weapon safely and according to the circumstances required by the job.

This course is designed to provide basic knowledge of the Incident Command System (ICS). Training will cover coordination of all response entities from all levels of government and the private sector. The course is designed to provide overall incident management skills rather than tactical expertise. Additional courses are available on developing and implementing incident tactics.

  • Introduction to crisis management.
  • Incident management.
  • Control of the finance, personnel and equipment.
  • Planning considerations.
  • ICS applications.
  • ICS organizational principles and elements.
  • ICS positions and responsibilities.
  • ICS facilities and functions.
  • ICS planning.

Method of entry (MOE) Course

We present a series of "tactical" training courses mainly aimed at official agencies of the Military/Police departments. We continuously review the training techniques, offering the most advanced procedures in each of our trainings. Our courses are designed for all of the "security operators" to handle any type of weapon safely and according to the circumstances required by the job.

Designed for special operations forces training in dynamic entry techniques in assault operations. Practical exercises will be integrated with various breaching techniques on doors, windows, security gates, metal protection bars as well as mud, cement, stone and brick walls.

The course covers:

  • Types of entries (Standard beaching, Mechanical breaching, Shotgun breaching, Explosive breaching)
  • Breaching using mechanical tools, shotgun and explosives
  • Breaching different types of doors, windows and walls
  • Analyzing breaching points, and the appropriate methods of entry
  • Planning and considerations
  • Operators are expected to possess basic explosive and demolition skills.

Safety Driving Course

We present a series of "tactical" training courses mainly aimed at official agencies of the Military/Police departments. We continuously review the training techniques, offering the most advanced procedures in each of our trainings. Our courses are designed for all of the "security operators" to handle any type of weapon safely and according to the circumstances required by the job.

This course is designed to instruct trainees in optimal defensive driving tactics including skid recovery, loss of control recovery, control during a blowout, and operating on less than ideal surfaces. Trainees will demonstrate a working knowledge of driving skills such as the Skid Pan, the Hazard Avoidance Simulator, Threshold/ ABS Braking, and other various skill and precision oriented activities.

The course covers:

  • Introduction to the vehicle and auxiliary systems.
  • Avoiding and recovering from slipping situations and accidents.
  • Seat belts and loss of control.
  • Dealing with tire blowout while driving.
  • Proper sitting and positioning behind the wheel.
  • Breaking distances with or without ABS.
  • Avoid traffic stopping normal break.
  • Avoid driving and stopping by applying ABS break.
  • Avoid driving and stopping without applying break.
  • Curves control without break.
  • Driving on a turnabout.
  • Slipping and recovering on a turnabout.
  • Slipping avoidance and loss of vehicle control situations and applying steering wheel techniques only.
  • Participates are expected to have completed basic driving training.

VIP Protection Course

This course is designed for personal security detachments and VIP security details. Training is hands-on with exercises focused on successful completion of protective assignments in all environments.

The course covers:

  • Roles and Responsibilities of the VIP Protection detail members
  • Mission Planning
  • Firearms Training
  • Motorcade Operations
  • Surveillance Detection
  • Actions and reactions to threats
  • Securing the Principal (Residence, Office, Hotels, etc.)
  • Tactical scenario's and drills
  • Walking formations
  • Deadly Force Policies
  • Tactical Communications
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Advance Defensive Tactics
  • Trainees should possess advanced marksmanship skills and tactical training.

Warrant Services Tactics and Arrest Techniques Law Enforcement Training Course

The course provides law enforcement officers with tactical warrant service skills and techniques to facilitate arrest and search warrants service operations.

The course covers:

  • Individual skills.
  • Dynamic entries and room clearing.
  • Deploying from vehicles.
  • Officer down scenarios.
  • Vehicle takedowns.
  • Planning, surveillance, and reporting.
  • Key raid concepts.
  • Search and use of tactical equipment.
  • Operation planning & briefing.
  • Vehicle assault operations. Searching suspects and vehicles.
  • K9 deployment.
  • Evidence Recovery
  • Participants are expected to have completed basic law enforcement courses as well as possessing advanced marksmanship.

Urban Combat Training Course

This course is designed for special operations forces training for urban assault operations. This course includes training in urban movement techniques, operational considerations in the urban environment, planning and operation orders (OPORDs)

The course covers:

  • All types of shooting (examples)
  • Fast rope and rappelling
  • Breaching - mechanical, shotgun, explosives
  • Tactical movements in urban areas
  • Planning considerations
  • Approaching the combat area
  • Isolation and surrounding
  • Patrolling in urban areas
  • Over watch and Reporting.
  • Vehicle movements in urban areas
  • Operators attending this class will be expected to be fully qualified in small units' tactics.

Tactical Driving Course

Designed to educate, coach, and evaluate drivers in tactical driving techniques, The aim is teaching advanced driving skills that are devised to raise each student's driving skills to the highest leve of proficiency in vehicle control in high-risk areas and situations.

The course includes:

  • Egress / ingress evacuation of the VJP.
  • Planning considerations.
  • Safety Rules
  • Risk assessments
  • Vehicle Dynamics
  • Risk assessments
  • Driving Fundamentals
  • Maneuvers / J-turns / Y turns / Serpentine / Straight-line Breaking / Accident Avoidance / Progressive Breaking / Backing
  • Vehicle preparations
  • Ramming drills
  • Motorcade Operations
  • Communications
  • Motorcade Immediate Action Motorcade Evacuation ‘"Techniques
  • Participants are expected to have completed Basic Driving Training.

Sniper / Observer Course

Designed for designated snipers in special operations forces. The course focuses on advanced rifle marksmanship and advanced tactical skills for the Sniper and Sniper Observer that will enable the, to function in high-risk areas of operation. The course includes classes on ballistics and advanced sniper weapon systems and techniques. Not only does the training focuses on sniper marksmanship, but also details, camouflage techniques, stealth movement, hide site selection, and concealment training.

The course covers:

  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Range Safety Procedures
  • The proper use, assembly / disassembly and maintenance of the rifle
  • Scope Theory
  • Measuring mils and Calculating mil dots.
  • Fundamentals of precision Shooting
  • Range cards
  • Mission Planning considerations.
  • Rules of Engagement
  • Civil Liability
  • Deadly Force
  • Enhanced Marksmanship skills
  • Unknown distance target engagement
  • Moving targets
  • High Angle Shooting
  • Low light engagement
  • Land navigation
  • Ballistics
  • Intelligence gathering
  • Reporting procedures . Command post operations
  • Participants are expected to have completed basic sniper training.

Sky Marshals Training Course

This course is designed to provide qualification training for Sky Marshals. Training consists of instruction in firearms proficiency, special marksmanship (had only), hand-to-hand combat, dangerous individual land/or situation recognition, ethical and legal issues, terrorism-specific procedures, passenger screening, profiling md evacuation. The course la physically demanding and will include sinuous physical fitness mining daily.

The course covers:

  • Aviation risk analysis.
  • Profile of potential adversaries.
  • Terrorism - “Modus operandi".
  • International and national regulations.
  • Procedures to prevent acts of unlawful incidents.
  • Aircraft physical search.
  • Air Marshal Service Practical Pistol Course (PPC).
  • Sealing of an unattended aircraft.
  • Bomb threat assessment.
  • Transportation of firearm and ammunition.
  • Security treatment for special passengers.
  • Participants are expected to have completed Advances Weapons Marksmanship Course.

Search and Rescue (SAR) Course

This course is designed for special operations Personal training for Search and Rescue operations. Participants who attend this course will become knowledgeable in practices and techniques used in search and rescue situations. Students will be exposed to the basics of search, lost person behavior, tracking, survival skills, victim packaging, working with aircraft, and other associated search and rescue techniques and procedures in isolated and extreme environments.

This course covers:

  • Organizational structure for a SAR incident/ Aerial Rescue
  • Legal Issues & Public Expectations
  • Cothing & personal protection for SAR operations
  • Environmental hazards in a SAR environment
  • SAR travel skills, navigation and personal equipment
  • How available SAR resources are used on-scene at an incident
  • Individual and team search techniques for insured complete coverage
  • Specific SAR tactics and skills
  • Rope and line skills
  • Lost person behavior
  • Short term survival skills
  • Working SAR with aircraft - Vectoring & mission communications
  • Procedures to stabilize and package victims during extraction
  • Medical Training
  • Participants are expected to be Certified in first aid/CPR as well as being proficient in safety ropes and equipment procedures.

Safety and Security in Hostile Environment (SSHE)

The course is designed to enable participants to understand and appropriately react to safety and security incidents in hostile or hazardous environments.

The course covers:

  • Security management
  • Site Safety and Security
  • Travel Safety and Field Communication
  • Dealing with security threats
  • Basic First Aid in the Field
  • Communication and Negotiation
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Stress Management
  • Intemational Humanitarian Law
  • Gender Awareness
  • Basic Navigation
  • FTX

Pursuit Driving and Law Enforcement Stops Course

This course is designed to develop the ability to accomplish a pursuit-driving tasks and make sound tactical decisions by understanding the risk of pursuit driving and being able to physically negotiate pursuit-driving situations.

The course covers:

  • Identification of vehicles used at work.
  • Vehicle auxiliary systems.
  • Types of brakes, ABS and stopping distances.
  • Speeds during pursuit and pursuit types.
  • Serpentine driving.
  • Roadblocks and barrier avoidance.
  • High-speed driving and sudden stops.
  • Curves and comer driving without applying brakes.
  • Skid control on slippery surfaces.
  • Purists on circles.
  • Accidents during purists.
  • Purists and enforcements stops.
  • Purists during an ambush.
  • Purists unpopulated area and suburban areas.
  • Participants are expected to have undergone tactical driving training.

Police Traffic Stops Safety Procedures Course

This course is designed to provide law enforcement officers with the basic law enforcement principles that are flexible and adaptable to various law enforcement situations. Training focuses on traffic stops and other routine law enforcement engagement activities.

The course covers:

  • Preparation phase.
  • Pre-stop phase.
  • Stop phase.
  • Contact phase.
  • Closure phase.
  • Participants must be employed by a law enforcement agency.

Infrastructure Protection Course

This course is designed to develop the necessary skills in security personnel to maintain security and control as well as increase security of critical infrastructure and installations. Training involves threat analysis and risk mitigation classes followed by practical and planning exercises.

The course covers:

  • Protection and security of vital Infrastructure and installation.
  • Geographical outer perimeters of Installation and approaches.
  • Dangers, threats and potential security risks.
  • Gaps in installations security.
  • Specialized requirements for security detail assigned to protect vital Installations.
  • Essential elements for security vital Infrastructures and installation.
  • Methods of planning and preparation for security.
  • Rules and regulations to secure the geographical areas for vital installations.
  • Technical elements for protecting vital Installations.
  • Vehicle inspection procedures.
  • Check points and roadblocks.
  • Security perimeters (types, tasks, duties, assembly points).
  • Security sense, security prediction and security expection.

High Risk Felony Vehicle Stops

This course is designed to prepare law enforcement officers on high risk/felony vehicle stops. Emphasis is placed on the safe execution of stops, proper vehicle positioning, suspect(s) removal, and clearing of vehicles.

The course covers:

  • Procedures for vehicle felony car stops
  • Verbal Commands
  • Officers and Vehicle positioning
  • Searching suspects
  • Vehicle Searches
  • K9 deployment / Supporting Units
  • Evidence Recovery
  • Officer Safety Considerations
  • Post- Stop Procedures
  • Participants are expected to have completed the Tactical Driving Course.

Dual-Purpose Detection Patrol Dog Course

This course is designed to train the basic Dual-purpose patrol dog Handlers to be mission ready. Upon completion of the course students must successfully pass the KASOTC K-9 Basic dual purpose K9 handlers certification, a certificate that meets Ali International Pollee and Military Work Dog Associations standards.

The course covers:

  • Obedience to build confidence in dog and handler.
  • Agility to build confidence in the dog.
  • Handler protection by the K9.
  • Aggression control, how to control your K9 aggression.
  • Gun fire control, acclimate your K9 to gunfire and how to control his aggression to it.
  • Article searches for evidence.
  • Tracking people.
  • K9 Psychology.
  • Explosive or narcotic Detection principles.
  • Environmental issues that might affect the K9's performance.
  • Storage of training aids.
  • Participants are expected to be in Good Physical Condition, assigned to a Police or Military Unit and must bring their own assigned K9.

Crowd Control Course

This course is designed to provide law enforcement personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully mitigate threat incidents involving civil disorder. This course combines classroom instruction with practica!exercises that afford responders the opportunity to practice concepts and tactics in a controlled environment.

The course covers:

  • Definition of a crowd and riot.
  • Crowd dynamics.
  • Mob behavior.
  • Mass control and arrest procedures including removal techniques.
  • Team tactics.
  • Use of riot control agents and less lethal ammunitions.
  • Employment of personal protective equipment (PPE).

Counter Sniper Observer Course

This course is designed for special operations forces training for tactical operations in areas with high-risk of sniper engagement. Training will focus on counter sniping techniques in all environments.

The course covers:

  • Overview of sniper operations
  • Effects of shooting through intermediate barriers, scopes / minute of angle
  • Sniper weapons system (SWS)
  • Data management
  • Marksmanship
  • Observation skills
  • Camouflage & concealment
  • Field craft / stalking
  • Urban sniper operations
  • Range estimation
  • Engagement of moving targets
  • Effects of Environmental conditions
  • Keep in memory systems (KIMS)
  • Participants are expected to have completed Basic Sniper Training.

Sky Marshals Training Course

This course is designed to provide qualification training for Sky Marshals. Training consists of instruction in firearms proficiency, special marksmanship (had only), hand-to-hand combat, dangerous individual land/or situation recognition, ethical and legal issues, terrorism-specific procedures, passenger screening, profiling md evacuation. The course la physically demanding and will include sinuous physical fitness mining daily.

The course covers:

  • Aviation risk analysis.
  • Profile of potential adversaries.
  • Terrorism - “Modus operandi".
  • International and national regulations.
  • Procedures to prevent acts of unlawful incidents.
  • Aircraft physical search.
  • Air Marshal Service Practical Pistol Course (PPC).
  • Sealing of an unattended aircraft.
  • Bomb threat assessment.
  • Transportation of firearm and ammunition.
  • Security treatment for special passengers.
  • Participants are expected to have completed Advances Weapons Marksmanship Course.

Search and Rescue (SAR) Course

This course is designed for special operations Personal training for Search and Rescue operations. Participants who attend this course will become knowledgeable in practices and techniques used in search and rescue situations. Students will be exposed to the basics of search, lost person behavior, tracking, survival skills, victim packaging, working with aircraft, and other associated search and rescue techniques and procedures in isolated and extreme environments.

This course covers:

  • Organizational structure for a SAR incident/ Aerial Rescue
  • Legal Issues & Public Expectations
  • Clothing & personal protection for SAR operations
  • Environmental hazards in a SAR environment
  • SAR travel skills, navigation and personal equipment
  • How available SAR resources are used on-scene at an incident
  • Individual and team search techniques for insured complete coverage
  • Specific SAR tactics and skills
  • Rope and line skills
  • Lost person behavior
  • Short term survival skills
  • Working SAR with aircraft - Vectoring & mission communications
  • Procedures to stabilize and package victims during extraction
  • Medical Training
  • Participants are expected to be certified in first aid/CPR as well as being proficient in safety ropes and equipment procedures.

Safety and Security in Hostile Environment (SSHE)

The course is designed to enable participants to understand and appropriately react to safety and security incidents in hostile or hazardous environments.

The course covers:

  • Security management
  • Site Safety and Security
  • Travel Safety and Field Communication
  • Dealing with security threats
  • Basic First Aid in the Field
  • Communication and Negotiation
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Stress Management
  • International Humanitarian Law
  • Gender Awareness
  • Basic Navigation
  • FTX

Pursuit Driving and Law Enforcement Stops Course

This course is designed to develop the ability to accomplish a pursuit-driving tasks and make sound tactical decisions by understanding the risk of pursuit driving and being able to physically negotiate pursuit-driving situations.

The course covers:

  • Identification of vehicles used at work.
  • Vehicle auxiliary systems.
  • Types of brakes, ABS and stopping distances.
  • Speeds during pursuit and pursuit types.
  • Serpentine driving.
  • Roadblocks and barrier avoidance.
  • High-speed driving and sudden stops.
  • Curves and comer driving without applying brakes.
  • Skid control on slippery surfaces.
  • Purists on circles.
  • Accidents during purists.
  • Purists and enforcements stops.
  • Purists during an ambush.
  • Purists in populated area and suburban areas.
  • Participants are expected to have undergone tactical driving training.

Police Traffic Stops Safety Procedures Course

This course is designed to provide law enforcement officers with the basic law enforcement principles that are flexible and adaptable to various law enforcement situations. Training focuses on traffic stops and other routine law enforcement engagement activities

The course covers:

  • Preparation phase.
  • Pre-stop phase.
  • Stop phase.
  • Contact phase.
  • Closure phase.
  • Participants must be employed by a law enforcement agency.

Infraestructura Protection Course

This course is designed to develop the necessary skills in security personnel to maintain security and control as well as increase security of critical infrastructure and installations. Training involves threat analysis and risk mitigation classes followed by practical and planning exercises.

The course covers:

  • Protection and security of virtual Infrastructure and installation.
  • Geographical outer perimeters of Installation and approaches.
  • Danger, threats and potential security risks.
  • Gaps in installation security.
  • Specialized requirements for security detail assigned to protect vital Installations.
  • Essential elements for securing vital Infrastructures and Installation.
  • Methods of planning and preparation for security.
  • Rules and regulations to secure the geographical areas for installations.
  • Technical elements for protecting vital Installing.
  • Vehicle inspection procedures.
  • Check points and roadblocks.
  • Security perimeters (type, tasks, duties, assembly points).
  • Security sense, security prediction, and security expectation.

High Risk Felony Vehicle Stops

This course is designed to prepare law enforcement officers on high risk/ felony vehicle stops. Emphasis is placed on the safe execution of stops, proper vehicle positioning, suspect(s) removal, and clearing of vehicles.

The course covers:

  • Procedures for vehicle felony car stops
  • Verbal Commands
  • Officers and Vehicle positioning
  • Searching suspects
  • Vehicle Searches
  • Evidence Recovery
  • Officer Safety Considerations
  • Post- Stop Procedures
  • Participants are expected to have completed the Tactical Driving Course.

Dual-Purpose Detection Patrol Dog Course

This course is designed to train the basic Dual-purpose patrol dog Handlers to be mission ready. Upon completion of the course students must successfully pass the KASOTC K-9 Basic dual purpose K9 handlers certification, a certificate that meets All International Police and Military Work Dog Associations standards.

The course covers:

  • Obedience to build confidence in dog and handler
  • Agility to build confidence in the dog,
  • Handler protection by the K9
  • Aggression control, how to control your K9 aggression
  • Gun fire control, acclimate your K9 to gunfire and how to control his aggression to it.
  • Article searches for evidence
  • Tracking people
  • K9 Psychology
  • Explosive or narcotic Detection principles
  • Environmental issues that might affect the K9's performance
  • Storage of training aids
  • Participants are expected to be in Good Physical Condition, assigned to a Police or Military Unit and must bring their own assigned K9.

Crowd Control Course

This course is designed to provide law enforcement personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully mitigate threat incidents involving civil disorder. This course combines classroom instruction with practical exercises that afford responders the opportunity to practice concepts and tactics in a controlled environment.

The course covers:

  • Definition of a crowd and riot.
  • Crowd dynamics.
  • Mob behavior.
  • Mass control and arrest procedures including removal techniques.
  • Team tactics.
  • Use of riot control agents and less lethal ammunitions.
  • Employment of personal protective equipment (PPE).

Counter Sniper Observer Course

This course is designed for special operations forces training for tactical operations in areas with high-risk of sniper engagement. Training will focus on counter sniping techniques in all environments.

The course covers:

  • Overview of sniper operations
  • Effects of shooting through intermediate barriers, scopes / minute of angle
  • Sniper weapons system (SWS)
  • Data management
  • Marksmanship
  • Observation skills
  • Camouflage & concealment
  • Field craft / stalking
  • Urban sniper operations
  • Range estimation
  • Engagement of moving targets
  • Effects of Environmental conditions
  • Keep in memory systems (KIMS)
  • Participants are expected to have completed Basic Sniper Training.

Combat Medical Care under Fire

This course is designed for law enforcement and military personnel that require an understanding of life saving medical treatment and casualty stabilization during ''The golden hour''.

  • The course covers:
  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Phases of Care.
  • Control of Major Bleeding.
  • Airway.
  • Breathing.
  • Abdominal Trauma.
  • Bandaging and Splinting.
  • Head and Spine Trauma.
  • Eye Injuries.
  • Shock.
  • Evacuation.

Civil Military Tactical Course (CIMIC)

This course is designed to train students on the proper conduct of stability operations. At the tactical level, students will learn how to coordinate and operate with local governments, NGOs, and relief agencies. Students will be faced with tactical scenarios where they will learn to communicate effectively with local populations and the media.

The course covers:

  • CIMIC Introduction
  • Basic security in the field (SAIT)
  • CIMIC Liaison
  • Cooperation within the staff (Tactical Level)
  • CIMIC in planning (Tactical Level)
  • CIMIC assessment and reporting
  • Gender awareness
  • Protection of Civilians
  • Cooperation with Civil Actors
  • CIMIC Projects
  • Use ASCOPE to analyze the Physical and the Human Terrain.
  • Civil Reconnaissance
  • Key leaders engagement
  • NGOs & IGOs
  • Population & Resources Control (PRC)
  • International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

Civil Military Operational Course

This course is designed to train students on the proper integration of governments, NGOs, and relief agencies into stability operations at the operational level. Students will learn about the various capabilities and limitations of various nonmilitary entities when it comes to addressing population stability and quality of life after conflicts.

The course covers:

  • NATO CIMIC
  • NATO and a Comprehensive Approach (CA) to CIMIC
  • Civil-Military Interaction (CMI)
  • CIMIC in the framework of governance, development and diplomacy.
  • CIMIC relationship with associated concepts
  • CIMIC Physical Resources - Capabilities and Competences
  • CIMIC Liaison & Practical Exercise
  • Establishing liaison with military f orces - The UNOCHA perspective.
  • Cooperation within the staff (Operational)
  • CIMIC in planning (Operational)
  • Gender awareness
  • OMIC assessment and reporting
  • Cooperation with civil actors
  • Key UN policies and selected guidelines
  • CIMIC projects
  • International Humanitarian Law (IHL)
  • Visit to JAF CIMIC Center
  • The strategic context of CIMIC
  • CIMIC in the theatre and operations
  • OMIC planning and execution
  • Practical Exercise
  • Participants are expected to have completed the Civil Military Tactical Course.

Basic Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Course

This course is designed to provide training on tactical medical care in the field for serious injuries caused by bullets, explosives, chemical weapons, and other trauma. It also addresses other serious injuries, which need immediate medical intervention to save patients' lives.

The course covers:

  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Control of massive bleeding.
  • Airway.
  • Abdominal Trauma.
  • Bandaging and Splinting.
  • Head and Spine Trauma.
  • Eye Injuries.
  • Shock.
  • Medical assessment of the injury.
  • Basic and advanced medical skills: severe bleeding, Pneumothorax, burns, fractures, Choke, shocks...etc.
  • Phases of Care (care under fire, tactical field care, evacuation and handover).
  • Simulation scenarios.

Armored Vehicle Driving Course Motorcade Operations

This course is designed to cover evasive driving, anti-kidnapping and surveillance detection techniques it also includes route planning, protective driving, immediate action skills and accident avoidance.

The course covers:

  • Identification of armored vehicles
  • Identification of Armor plating types (B6 + BS + B4)
  • Types of ballistics and their effects on armored vehicles
  • Auxiliary systems in armored vehicles
  • Methods of inspecting and searching armored vehicles
  • Armored vehicles braking distances (ordinary breaking and ABS breaking)
  • Accident Avoidance situations
  • Entering and exiting roundabouts
  • Apex Driving
  • High Speed Driving
  • Reverse out with Y- turn (1 car, 2 cars and 3 cars)
  • Countering ambushes
  • Participants are expected to have completed Tactical Driving training

Advanced Counter Terrorism Course

This course is designed for special operations forces training in counter terrorism tactical operations in high-risk areas of operation with a focus on training in advanced marksmanship, CQB, Sniper Training, MOE, planning and operation orders. Training includes room and building clearing operations with two man, four man and assault team missions and utilizes terrorists and hostage scenarios.

The course covers:

  • CQB
  • Fast Rope
  • Mountaineering
  • Sniper Training
  • Combat Medical Training
  • Master Breaching
  • Hostage Negotiation
  • Crisis Response Management
  • Operation Orders
  • Planning Procedures
  • Counter Assault Training
  • Tubular Assaults
  • Combat Shotgun
  • Combat Pistol
  • Combat Carbine