This intensive course provides law enforcement officers with the skills and knowledge to win any edged weapons confrontation.
Due to the frequency in which Peace Officers are or may be required to drive in both enforcement and general patrol situations, it is essential that all officers receive advanced driver training.
Based on the EVO Course, this course is designed to offer the same driving skills for Officers without the Emergency Response portions.
This course is comprised of 32 hrs of instruction time. This involves classroom presentations, development exercises as well as driving evaluation and timed qualifications.
Due to the frequency in which Drivers are or may be required to drive in both emergency and non-emergency situations, it is essential that all drivers receive advanced driver training.
This course is designed to provide additional confidence and abilities when operating a motor vehicle in winter conditions.
This course has been designed to provide students with an interactive learning experience.
Studies show that individuals learn best when a variety of instructional methods are
used. Therefore, in this course, you will participate in classroom lectures, guided
discussions, practical exercises, and scenarios. The more you engage with the
instructional process, the more you will gain.
The course is designed to give Law Enforcement Officers sound tactics and skills for dealing with subjects. The main focus on the course will be examining Body Language, non verbal threat cues and pre-attack indicators.
This course has been designed to improve a driver's capabilities to operate a motor vehicle, and comprises of classroom, development exercises, as well as evaluations and qualifications. This course will improve the candidate's knowledge, skill set, and confidence to make them safer on the road.
In this brief look at Collision Avoidance we will discuss how Collisions occur and steps that can be taken to avoid collisions. Attendees will leave with an overall understanding of the frequency, the most common causes of collisions and the best practices and prevention steps to avoid collisions.
The contact and cover techniques taught on this course can be used by officers during traffic stops and investigations and are useful in almost any situation where they are dealing with suspects and witnesses.
The collapsible baton is used as a defensive tool to control Active Aggression or when Empty Hand Control techniques have failed. The Defensive Baton is classified as an Intermediate Weapon and is very effective in controlling high level assaults against officers.
The Defensive Driving program is a nationally recognized driver improvement program developed by the Canada Safety Council, for the benefit of drivers and employers of personnel who operate passenger size vehicles as part of their work tasks.
All students who participate in the DDC program and pass the knowledge exam with 80% or better and have a valid Alberta Drivers License will qualify for a 3 point demerit reduction on their license (this must be applied for at any registry office)
Managers, fleet safety officers and administrators are encouraged to ensure that staff members who drive company vehicles; or drive personal vehicles on company business, complete a Defensive Driving Course at least every two years, as part of their due diligence in the promotion of corporate safety.
This course is designed to provide first responders with the certification and skills required to operate an emergency vehicle. This course will prepare your officers for their duties by building confidence, knowledge, and skill sets that will enhance their safety and ability to serve their communities.
This course is compromised of 40 hrs of instruction time. This involves classroom presentations, development exercises as well as driving evaluation and timed qualifications.
This course was designed to provide a ground fighting system that your officers can use when subject to a violent assault while they are on the ground. This course also provides techniques to utilize against multiple assailants while on the ground.
The importance of less than lethal options in the Law Enforcement community has grown dramatically over the years. This course is designed to ensure that all students are capable of using OC Spray in a safe and judicious manner when required to do so.
This 8 hour course is designed to offer emergency personnel a guide to implementing temporary traffic control in emergency zones.
The PDIC program is a nationally recognized driver improvement program developed by the Canada Safety Council, for the benefit of drivers and employers of personnel who operate commercial vehicles as part of their work tasks.
This course is comprised of 16 hours of instruction. The course is designed to give Law Enforcement Officers sound tactics and skills for approaching and effectively dealing with contacts on their own properties. Students will look at and evaluate case studies of relevant incidents as well as practical exercises.
This 32 hour TPR course (formerly PPCT) is the first subject control system developed through tactical, legal, and medical research. Tactically, the system addresses the most common types of resistance officers encounter, allowing the instructor to maximize training on job related techniques. Legally, the TPR System teaches a simple use of force continuum which clarifies the appropriate force level for every level of resistance. Medical research was conducted on every TPR technique to refine technique efficiency and to ensure the medical implications were proportional to the level of resistance
Traffic stops are essential to effective traffic law enforcement. The traffic stop continues to be at the forefront of law enforcement safety concerns. According to Statistics, over the last 10 years, 120 officers have been accidentally struck and killed in the line of duty while investigating crashes, assisting motorists, directing traffic, and enforcing local traffic laws.
This course is compiled from many Law Enforcement agencies across North America, including Calgary Police Service, IACP LESS Subcommittee’s 2004 Staff Study, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Chicago Police Department and the Arizona Department of Public Safety and evaluates the best practices and recommendations concerning Safe Traffic Stops.
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At ADTT we provide Class A, B, and C LEBA Mountain Bike certification courses.
The Class C course is 2 days, 16 hours of training designed for Security Officers and EMS.
The Class B course is 3 days, 24 hours of training designed for Peace Officers, but also suitable for EMS/Security.
The Class A course is 4 days, 32 hours of training and includes a firearm course of fire, designed for Police Officers.
The Class A and B courses cover the following. The Class C course does not cover as much content but receives the majority of the below items.