Law enforcement firearms Instructor develpoment Course




The aim of this course is to train firearms instructors in the leading edge methods of instruction and combat shooting techniques in order to enhance and refine departmental firearms training programs. 

During this course students will be trained in the latest techniques in accelerated adult learning in order to deliver effective instruction to their students in modern combat shooting. Students will receive lessons that will prepare them to develop instruction, write training objectives, conduct training, assess performance, perform range appointments, conduct administration and logistical management. Students will be trained in the key elements of competency of the Redback One Combat Shooting System that will provide students with a systematic shooting program that is easy to learn, scalable for all shooters, repeatable under stress and assessable. 

This is a Method Of Instruction (MOI) course and students should come well prepared to participate in classroom lecture and the practical application of firearms instruction. This course will introduce student instructors to the methodology of the Redback One - Combat Shooting System (CSS) and will provide advanced training in RB1 CSS techniques and procedures.

The terminal objective of this course will be for student instructors to administer a 1-Day Carbine Course and deliver formal instruction to entry level students in this skill. Student instructors will be tested and evaluated throughout the course and will receive individual evaluations and certificates upon completion.

5 Days

Law Enforcement only, please contact us for current pricing. 


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Full Time Law Enforcement Officer qualified in patrol rifle.





  • Introduction to the Redback One Combat Shooting System
  • Roles & Responsibilities of Instructors
  • Adult Learning Methods & Accelerated Learning 
  • Training Objective Development
  • Lesson Plan Development and Points of Performance
  • Development of Instruction
  • Practicel Excersises & Classroom Lectures
  • Use of Training Aids
  • Presentation of Instruction & Teach Backs
  • Presentation Techniques 
  • Student Questioning & Feedback


  • Determining Factors of Inadequate Performance
  • Conducting Performance Analysis 
  • Student Assessment & Councelling 
  • Designing Assessments & Student Testing
  • Use of Force Continuum & Use of Deadly Force
  • Range Regulations & Range Safety
  • Range Appointments
  • Range Commands
  • Supervision of Student Practice
  • Coaching Techniques 




The following equipment list is considered to be the minimum standard for students to arrive with. Students may augment this list with other personal equipment as required.


  • Duty Carbine, Sling, Optic
  • Carbine Magazines (4 minimum)
  • Range Attire 


  • Eye Protection
  • Ear Protection 
  • Weapon Cleaning Kit




Carbine - 800 rounds 

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