Trainers who teach psychomotor skills such as firearms, handcuffing, electronic control weapons, baton, defensive tactics, driving, or report writing must have written quantifiable criteria to explain how the learner did or did not successfully pass the instruction. Even when the instruction is pass/fail, how is a passing score calculated? Course completion does not equal skill competency, and to the satisfaction of the instructor are not recognized testing standards. Psychomotor performance skills are often mentioned during Instructor Development courses, but seldom taught. Through the use of lecture, PowerPoint, and video this hands-on program will teach how to write quantifiable and court-defensible psychomotor skill performance objectives (regardless of the psychomotor skill), and how to evaluate those skills. Sample psychomotor skill performance measures will be provided in addition to the ones developed during the program. NOTE: You will be asked to bring a psychomotor skill lesson plan with you.
Tuition $195 per person or; $125 per person when (s)he is enrolled in two or more IPICD programs. Discount also applies for multiple officers from the same agency. Tuition includes: Program workbook, instruction, and certificate.