Course Duration: 3 Days
Cost: $900 CDN (plus taxes)
Course Requirements: Active LE, Peace Officer, or Military
The RDS Instructor is an accelerated class which prepares the shooter for employing the RDS equipped pistol successfully within their department. This is achieved by developing simple and repeatable motor programs that work under stress and opposition.
The course will examine the history of the RDS equipped pistol, its implementation, and advantages in law enforcement applications, as well as common errors and corresponding solutions in transitioning to this piece of technology, as well as specific RDS malfunctions and manipulations. The methodology taught in this class will culminate in force-on-force drills that incorporate NLTA to solidify the content in real world applications.
Successful students will leave with an instructor packet to include PowerPoint presentations, videos, lesson plans and more, in order to successfully develop and deliver a RDS program to their department.
Individual Equipment List:
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- Handgun with at least 3 reliable magazines (5 if single stack).
- Approved duty holster, duty belt and magazine pouches. Holsters must provide an active or passive retention device and be able to keep the holster in place while running or moving in and out of awkward positions.
[SERPA holsters are allowed]
- 1000 rounds of handgun training ammunition.
- Valid soft body armor (SBA) and/or ballistic plates if used operationally.
- TQ (CAT of SOFTT) on person is mandatory; IFAK is recommended.
- Eye protection and electronic ear protection.
- PPE for force-on-force training (NLTA approved helmet, neck and groin protection, gloves, coveralls etc).
- Appropriate clothing: long sleeve shirt, pants, gloves, and knee pads are mandatory. Elbow pads and face wrap are optional.
- Weapons maintenance equipment, notepad, pen, and permanent marker.
- Food, water, and weather appropriate clothing as required.
- Current Canadian law enforcement, peace officer, corrections, or active military status.
- Legal firearms: department issued and/or personally owned with valid paperwork.
- Able to demonstrate and employ safe weapons handling during training.
- Previous intermediate to advanced firearms training to include movement, barricades, communication with others and adverse shooting positions is recommended.