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National Training Concepts is a California POST certified tactical training provider for the law enforcement community, including SWAT Teams.  Our courses include Active Shooter Response Instructor, Diversionary Device Instructor, Less Lethal (12ga, 37mm  & 40mm), Patrol Rifle Instructor, Tactical Weapons (M-16/MP-5) Operator and Critical Incident Management presentations.   All of these are California POST approved.  In addition, we provide programs specifically tailored to fulfill requests for basic and advanced instruction on topics such as specific firearms systems (handguns, assault rifles, sub-machineguns and shotguns), active shooter/rapid intervention response, room entry & clearing and critical incident management. 

NTC was created as a California corporation in 2003 with the intent of providing professional tactical and firearms training to the law enforcement community. We provide instruction in P.O.S.T certified and custom training courses on a department level as well as an individual basis. Our goal is to provide our students with the techniques and knowledge that will make them increasingly more safe and effective in their work. NTC has a mobile training unit that trains Law Enforcement and Correction Departments from all over the country.

All of our instructors share the NTC philosophy that the student is the most important person in the classroom. Our instructional expertise and tactical know how are extensive. The results have been evident over and over again through positive comments from our students who often speak of their NTC experience as one of the best classes they have ever attended. We are proud of the fact that NTC consistently provides quality instruction and rewarding training experiences for law enforcement personnel. Our commitment: To help our students succeed both in the courses they attend and throughout their law enforcement careers.  





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Diversionary Device Instructor's Course
Date: April 3-4, 2018 (16 hours)
Yuma Police Dept., Yuma, AZ This course is open to tactical team personnel assigned to diversionary device instructor responsibilities. Instruction includes history & physics of diversionary devices, types of devices, general characteristics, effects on the human body, pre-deployment concerns, criteria for use, proper deployment techniques, tactical considerations, liability concerns, rendering safe, reloading, documentation, instructional techniques and other related topics. Tuition: $275 ($250 for students with current, individual CATO membership. Please notify us at the time of registration if you are requesting this discount.) ADDITIONALLY, the first 10 ATOA members to register will receive a $100 tuition assist from the ATOA  

Less Lethal Instructor's Course
Date: April 5-6, 2018 (16 hours)
Host Agency: Yuma Police Dept., Yuma AZ
This two day comprehensive course will develop students as agency instructors in the use of less lethal munitions and launchers. Topics of instruction include instructor development, use of force and liability issues, the different types of munitions and launchers currently available, tactical considerations, deployment procedures, suggested less lethal policy concerns, medical issues and proper documentation. Tuition $325 ($305 for students with current, individual ATOA membership. Please notify us at the time of registration if you are requesting this discount.)

Firearms/Tactical Rifle (Patrol Rifle) Operator's Course
Date: April 18-19, 2018 (16 hours)
Host Host: Prado Olympic Shooting Park, Chino, CA. This program provides students with the ability to effectively use the AR-15/M-16 rifle for both patrol & tactical applications. It is specifically structured for law enforcement personnel who are assigned (or will be assigned) responsibility for proper use of these weapons. This course complies with the short barrel rifle training requirements of 33220 PC and POSTs standard rifle training requirements under POST regulation 1081. It is certified under POSTs Perishable Skills Training Program. POST Control # 1076-32075-17001

Critical Incident Management Course (POST Plan IV)
April 24, 2018 (8 hours)
Host Agency: Orange Police Dept., Orange, CA
This course provides law enforcement personnel with the basic knowledge and skills to manage a variety of critical incidents. Topics include types of critical incidents, decision making, leadership, risk management, tactical considerations, CP operations and learning activities. Tuition: $88 California POST 1076-24190-1700

Firearms/Tactical Rifle (Patrol Rifle) Instructor's Course
Date: May 1-4, 2018 (40 hours) Chino, CA
This intensive, 4 day, 40-hour course will provide the student with the knowledge and ability to effectively use and instruct others in the handling of patrol rifles such as the M-16/AR-15 family. It complies with the requirements of 33220 PC (short barrel rifle training) and POST regulation 1082. It is intended for law enforcement personnel assigned responsibility for instructing a patrol rifle program as well as incorporating the patrol rifle into the response to ongoing incidents. Tuition: $557 ($540 for students with current, individual CATO membership. Please notify us at the time of registration if you are requesting this discount.) California POST Plan IV. 1076-21920-17003.

Active Shooter Response Instructor's Course (POST Plan IV)
May 2-5, 2018 (32 hours) Host Agency: Orange Co. Sherrif's Dept., Orange, CA
Tuition: $495 ($475 for students with current, individual CATO membership. This 32-hour course will provide the student with the knowledge and ability to instruct his or her agency personnel in the history, tactics and concepts necessary for law enforcement personnel responding to active shooter, rapid intervention critical incidents. Topics will include history, applicable tactics, instructor and scenario development, range drills, legal aspects and incident management issues. Two days of classroom will be followed by one day of practical application and one day on the range. Students will be required to demonstrate their proficiency with the firearm in active shooter related drills, as an instructor during class presentations, and successfully pass a written test. A comprehensive manual will be provided to each student. California POST 1076-22309-17003 


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