APOSTC Firearms Instructor Development Course

Event Phone: 205-759-3000

  • January 19, 2021 - January 20, 2021
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

When: January 19 & 20, 2021
Time: 8AM – 5PM
Cost: Free
Where: Tuscaloosa Sheriff’s
Office Range
22794 P&M Mining Rd.
Berry, AL 35546

You can go to APOSTC Northeast Academy to register

JSU Northeast Law Enforcement Academy

PLEASE NOTE: While shooting
does occur, this course is not a
“shooting” course. It is an
instructor development course.
Both days focus on instructional
skills, with time being split
between classroom and range
activities.

http://www.jsu.edu/lea/apostc-fidc.html to register

 

FDIC 1 – Coaching & Marksmanship
This course is designed to improve a firearm instructor’s
ability to develop a shooter’s marksmanship potential.
While many concepts can be carried over to other
weapon systems, this course focuses on the duty pistol.
Course topics include:
– How the brain learns and develops skills
– Practice methods that maximize performance
– Applying Performance Science to firearms training
– Coaching techniques and strategies
– Developing hand dexterity and vision skills
– A principle-based approach to marksmanship
– A shooter-friendly framework for marksmanship
– Effective dry practice principles
– Diagnosing and prioritizing marksmanship errors
– A new brain-based approach to target analysis

FDIC 1 – Coaching & Marksmanship
*****Pre-requisite*****
All students must be either FBI, NRA,
or FLETC Certified Firearms Instructors
STUDENT EQUIPMENT & LUNCH
– NOTE: Students may want to pack food for lunch
on-site each day. Some facilities are not near Restaurants.

Duty Gear
– Duty Holster & Magazine Pouches. NO floppy unsecured holsters.
– Duty Pistol with four (4) magazines (minimum)
– 500 pistol rounds
– Binoculars
– Slow-motion video app on Smart phone
– Eye Protection
– Hearing Protection
– Cap with bill
– Sunscreen, Drinks, Snacks, etc

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 205-759-3000

Address:
22794 P&M Mining Road, Berry, Alabama, 35546, United States