Scotopic Problem Solver
Course Duration: 2 Days
Cost: $600 CDN
Course Requirements: LE, Peace Officer, Corrections, or MIL
The Scotopic Problem Solver course is an accelerated course focused on diminished light environments in relation to law enforcement applications. Students will push the boundaries of traditional low-light and no-light engagements in a true 3D environment.
An in-depth look into the human anatomy, weapons and equipment manipulations, principles of light employment and proper use of movement will occur both in the classroom and on the range. The culmination of this training will be proving the concepts through force on force scenarios in which the reality of proper information assimilation and application will be tested under opposition.
- Handgun with at least 3 reliable magazines.
- Reliable carbine/assault rifle with at least 3 magazines and durable sling (weapon mounted light is recommended if approved by your department).
- Approved duty holster, duty belt and magazine pouches, along with handheld flashlight
[Note: No SERPA holsters are allowed]
- Valid soft body armor (SBA) and/or ballistic plates if used operationally.
- 400 rounds of handgun training ammunition.
- 400 rounds of carbine training ammunition.
- CAT of SOF-T tourniquet on person is mandatory; IFAK is recommended.
- ‘Simunition’ or Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA) weapons system conversion kit for pistol as well as at least 3 NLTA training magazines.
- 50 rounds of ‘Simunition’ or NLTA handgun ammunition.
- Clear eye protection and electronic ear protection.
- 4 Chemical lights/markers.
- Headlamp is strongly recommended.
- NLTA full-face, neck and groin protection.
- Eye protection and electronic ear protection.
- Appropriate clothing; long sleeve shirt, pants, gloves and knee pads are mandatory.
- Weapons maintenance equipment, batteries, notepad, pen and permanent marker.
- Food and water as required.
- Current Canadian law enforcement, peace officer, corrections or active military status.
- Legal firearms; department issued and/or personally owned with paperwork as well as a NLTA firearm conversion system for handgun.
- Able to demonstrate and employ safe weapons handling during courses of fire.
- Previous intermediate to advanced firearms training to include movement, barricades, communication with others and adverse shooting positions are recommended.
March 13, 2023 - March 14, 2023
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
|Student||$630.00 (CAD)*||Goes On Sale
February 1, 2023
* price includes taxes