Instructor Led Training (ILT)
Classroom Command for
Law Enforcement Instructors
This is an advanced instructor development course, based on the Law Enforcement Instructor Certification Course.
Over the last several years a lot has changed in training public safety professionals. The old ways are not as effective and expectations for instructor performance have changed. Classroom Command introduces a new paradigm in training for public safety instructors that emphasizes the instructor as a leader, not just a disseminator of information. This course also takes common and popular corporate training practices and adapts them to the specific needs of public safety, such as online learning.
This course comes in two versions:
- A one week stand alone course
- Week two after the Instructional Design for Law Enforcement Instructors course
Max participants: 10 (some exceptions allowed)
Hours of training: 40 in one week (some home work)
$875 per person
CRI-TAC funding available.
Hybrid structure – some Instructor Led, some self-guided
Max participants: 20 (some exceptions allowed)
Hours of training: 40 over four weeks (appx., 10 hours per week)
Flexible hours of instruction.
$599 per person
Students should bring with them a laptop loaded with Microsoft Office or have access to computers during classroom hours to perform in-class work. This course is work intensive, so be prepared to bring the materials you would need to conduct each day.
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.