Class hours: 8-5pm
POST Approved 40 credits: 9038-0184
Cost: $525/Member and $550/Non Member
To register go to http://www.regonline.com/ATOM2019
2019 Dates – If you are interested in hosting any of the courses listed, contact us at email@example.com
- February 4-8 – Brooklyn Center PD, 6645 Humboldt Avenue North
- May 13-17 – Anoka County Training Center, 13301 Hanson Blvd., Andover
- October 21-25 – Hopkins Fire Station, 101 17th Avenue South
- August 19-23 – Location TBD
If you are interested in hosting, preferably in or near the metro area, please contact us. In exchange the host agency will receive two free spots in the course. Read requirements for hosting
This forty-hour course is specifically designed for experienced uniformed patrol personnel selected to serve as Field Training Officers with probationary employees. The course emphasizes the FTO’s role in assisting probationers certify for solo patrol operations by applying the knowledge and skills acquired during Basic Police Training/Certification and using them according to agency policy, procedures and community service delivery standards and the Probationary Officer Manual Training Task protocols.
The instruction highlights two essential Field Training and Evaluation Process skills: the ability to examine and objectively document the probationer’s job behaviors using the 2010 revised non-numerical/behaviorally anchored standardized assessment guidelines and, •analyzing the probationer’s training needs and using proper instructional techniques for corrective action. The instruction presentation will focus upon discussion as well as hands-on application of the course materials in small group and individual/student exercises. Students will be required to complete out-of-classroom reading assignments from the course text and workbook, Breaking Routine™: Field Training Officer. The course content will include:
Inventorying the probationer’s current knowledge and skill proficiencies.
Utilizing the Probationer Officer Manual as the Field Training playbook.
Selection and use of on-the-job instructional techniques: finding the best tools to meet the challenge.
Utilization of legally defensible, non-numerical standardized evaluation guidelines.
Objectively documenting probationer performance.
Functioning as a performance enhancement coach and documenting the extent of training and coaching without becomes a best-seller author!
Strategically addressing Probationer areas of Corrective Action Necessary.
Practical Directed Patrol Mapping™: Preparing the Probationer for Proactive — Community Oriented Policing: Dancing with SARA!
Creating a Self-Reliant™ law enforcement agent!