This will be the final 201-LE (law enforcement) course in Fl. this year.
All others will be structured in two parts instead of the 5 day format.
9101 Taft Street, Pembroke Pines Florida 33024 / 954-443-4183
ISR LE 201 - ISR LE First Tier Instructor Course
ISR LE 201 is a five day 40 plus hour Instructor's Course specifically
designed to produce ISR LE's first line of certified working Instructors
within specific departments. Demanding on all levels, the standards we
set here challenge all potential candidates to thoroughly understand
most importantly perform and exemplify the ISR LE's ability to readily
transform an officer's tactical options from day one.
The first and primary opportunity to train and educate those who
intend on carrying on the message and methodology of the ISR LE to
own departments, the First Tier Instructor's Course is highly physical
tests candidates from the start on terminology, application, and
spontaneous transitions throughout the matrix. Inside and out, the
candidates are brought through the entire matrix and then as
and representatives, taught to instruct on every segment as it applies
the Force Continuum though hands on instruction, lecture, and Q & A
Graduates are ISR LE Instructors because they can actively perform
they instruct and their knowledge and depth of the I.S.R. Matrix LE is
experience based and driven. This is required of them to assure they
pass on the information within their own department or agency and
outside of it if they so wish to pursue further training and certification
the ISR MATRIX.
Pre-Registration Secures Candidate's Training Slot
Required Material and Gear at every ISR Course:
Clothing suitable for Mat Work
Expendable change of clothing suitable for grabs and pulls.
ISR 101 course or familiarity of terminology and tactics on ISR 101 DVD
set. All candidates must be familiar with the contents of the DVD set to
proper pacing of the course and their opportunity to graduate.
Graduation is not
Candidates should be in good physical condition. Demands of the
require extended periods of moderate to intense levels of physical
exertion throughout the week. Physically fit candidates are better
prepared to deal with this component of the program and less
by fatigue during information intensive sessions.
Candidates must be knowledgeable and experienced Instructors in the
field of Defensive Tactics/ Use of Force. The ability to credibly convey
information and safely manage a training environment is paramount to
the development of ISR instructors. The limited time available to cover
physical skills and program information mean that candidates must hit
the ground running with little if any time available to work on
fundamental speaking and presenting skills.