Instructor Led Training (ILT) – Virtual and In-person
Basic Law Enforcement Instructor Certification Course
You will get an introduction to training development (called Instructional Design) and gain the necessary skills to be an effective instructor-leader of your classroom.
This course is a lot of hands-on. There is some presentation, but there is a lot of activity, development, and presenting. Being an instructor is an active role, this course represents that. You will be shown how to write objectives, develop outlines and content, create assessments for that material, and document the process and the performance of your participant’s performance.
You will then be trained to deliver a course while remaining within the scope and intent of the course materials and outline. Being an instructor-leader means that you will be able to deliver courses as they are intended to be, lead a class and mitigate behavioral issues, prepare a classroom for the activities and purpose of the course, and adapt to participant needs and activity.
This course is designed to certify law enforcement personnel, and those serving the law enforcement industry, to receive instructor certification as required by most state law enforcement regulatory bodies. While this course is IADLEST NCP certified, please verify that this course will be accepted by your state regulatory body as satisfying any requirements they may have for issuing certification.
See below for a list of states we know have specific restrictions for this course to be accepted as a certification course.
Max participants: 10 (some exceptions allowed)
Hours of training: 40 in week (some home work)
Price (all costs included):
$749 per person
Hybrid/blended structure – some Instructor Led presentation, some self-guided work days.
Max participants: 20 (some exceptions allowed)
Hours of training: 40 hours
– Project based
– Two sessions a day for your convenience – 1 morning or 1 evening, attend the one that works with your schedule. Sessions are recorded for make-up, if a session is missed.
– Each session is two hours, provided four days a week.
– Five weeks of presentations and workdays, 90 days to complete tasks and course.
– Instructor is available for all sessions, even workdays. Instructor is also available for one-on-one consulting by appointment.
$599 per person
Participants will need a laptop loaded with Microsoft Office or Google Docs, or have access to computers to complete tasks and projects.
Just like learning, our training support doesn’t end when everyone leaves on the final day. We provide continued support to our participants while they put into practice the skills and processes they learn in this course. This course was 30 years in the making – we don’t expect our participants to be ready in 40 hours.
Participants of Jacobs, et al, LLC, courses will receive continuing support for as long as they want/need it at no additional cost.* Participants are invited to set meetings with their instructor to discuss their training materials and programs after they receive their certificates of completion. Jacobs, et al, instructors remain permanent consultants as participants go through their career changing the standards of how law enforcement training is designed and developed.
* The only additional cost would be if a total course or program review is requested, like for a National Certification Program pre-evaluation review.
State conditions for certification
Maryland: this course only counts as a certification course if it is sponsored by a law enforcement agency. To have this course sponsored by an agency, please contact us to make arrangements.