EVOLUTION OF THE ISRAELI CONCEPT Course Name: Evolution of the Israeli Concept of The Single Officer Active
EVOLUTION OF THE ISRAELI CONCEPT
Course Name: Evolution of the Israeli Concept of The Single Officer Active Shooter Intervention
Course level: Intermediate to Expert
Days /Hours: 2 days (16 hours)
Force Training Center, Immokalee – at 8:00 am
Evolution of the Israeli Security Concept Lessons Learned in Confronting Active Threats
Synopsis: The Israeli Security Concept has evolved from localized, critical infrastructure and resources-focused protection to become the cornerstone of its homeland security enterprise and its overall security strategy. The security method of today entails prevention and immediate tactical response. Moreover, and most importantly, Security is embedded within Israel’s civil society. This course takes participants through major milestones contributing to the evolving Israeli security concept, the lessons learned, and how these lessons have been implemented.
Prerequisites: Applicants must be in good physical condition with no medical restrictions. They must be capable of standing for reasonable periods and executing moderate movements. These include kneeling, prone, maneuvering around obstacles, running and abrupt stopping, and performing tactical drills. Proof of affiliation with a law enforcement or security entity.
Who Should Attend: This course is intended for organizational leaders who manage or supervise active-duty law enforcement, military, or security personnel and are involved in executing security tasks, threat assessment, and training others.
- Understand different approaches to Security and active threat preparedness and response.
- Analyze lessons learned by the State of Israel regarding proven tactics, techniques, and procedures to combat active threats.
- Apply lessons learned within their respective organizations.
Course Objectives: At the end of this course, participants will be able to achieve the following objectives in accordance with the information presented during the instructional period:
- Explain the Israeli Security Concept and the rationale behind it.
- Identify suspicious critical indicators before an active incident and how to apply them to the right prevention procedure.
- Given a scenario of suspicious indicators, demonstrate an understanding of a threat’s nature and the appropriate response.
- Explain the nature of the single fighter concept.
- Recognize the need to operate under high levels of stress with fortitude and aggressiveness appropriate to a given situation and within the law’s confines.
- Observe and experience the use of tools needed for a proper response, such as Krav Maga and firearm.
Methodologies: This course employs lecture, discussion, demonstrations, and practical exercises
Course Requirements: 100% Attendance. Successfully complete all practical exercises
Certification: FORCE IMI Certification of Completion. This course authorized to be taught at the North Carolina Justice Academy Training Center
Students must bring with them:
- Appropriate training attire
- Eye & Ear protection
- Pistol + 3 Magazines · Holster suitable for a rapid draw and a magazine pouch for 2 magazines
- 250 pistol rounds
- Force IMI will provide defense Tactics safety equipment
Contact: H Geri – email@example.com
COVID-19 Business Statement
We are following the Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
To protect our employees and students, Force IMI will be exercising CDC protocols to maintain healthy business operations. Our goal is to keep a healthy training environment both in the classroom and on the shooting range. We do so by applying CDC policies and practices for social distancing. Social distancing means avoiding large gatherings and maintaining distance (approximately 6 feet or 2 meters and performing routine environmental cleaning and disinfection). Please visit the CDC site for more information.
19 (Friday) 8:00 am - 20 (Saturday) 4:00 pm