The ATC is being hosted by Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office in West Palm Beach, Florida May 5-10, 2019
Cost: Members $495.00
Cost: Non Member Membership Dues $55, Registration $495.00
The conference begins on Sunday with a vendor show in the hotel ballroom. Monday morning is the annual meeting and a group presentation by the Force Science Institute. Monday afternoon takes us to the range where attendees can test the various products displayed by our corporate sponsors as well as participate in the annual Memorial Match.
The rest of the week is devoted to training. Over 40 training courses geared towards law enforcement firearms instructors are available at the conference. Included are armorer certification classes, lectures, and live fire handgun, shotgun, patrol rifle, and sniper classes presented by an excellent cadre of experienced instructors. Attendees will improve their skills as a firearms instructor and establish professional relationships that will last a lifetime.
Registration with course selection is on a first come first served basis and you MUST be an IALEFI member in order to register. If you are not currently a member please use this link to sign up for membership: sign up here. Once your membership is approved you will be able to make your class selections.
Class sizes are limited and are offered first come, first served.
Cost: IALEFI Members $375.00
Non Members $430.00 (includes 1 year membership upon completion of the membership application.)
The IALEFI Master Instructor Development Program (MIDP) was designed to provide continuing education to individuals certified as firearms instructors. Foundation courses of the MIDP include instructor level training on the three most commonly utilized law enforcement weapon systems - handgun, rifle, and shotgun.
Different proven methodologies will be used to enhance the teaching skills of the police firearms instructor. Hands-on skills will progress from the basics to the more complex and all participants regardless of skill level will find themselves challenged. Practical exercise will put an emphasis on both practical marksmanship and operational skills.
Throughout the 3 day program, participants will be shown a number of drills designed to improve the performance of both proficient and problem shooters. The information presented will prove especially useful in creating a positive training experience that will ultimately result in greater officer safety.
* range safety
* review of shooting fundamentals/positions
* operational skills
* basic tactics such as movement, use of cover, light management, etc.
* shooter remediation
* adult learning concepts
* coaching strategies
* course design
1) Pistol and holster, 400 rounds, and 10 dummy rounds
2) Semi-auto rifle with a sling, 300 rounds and 3 magazines
3) Shotgun, pistol, 120 rounds (at least 20 rounds buckshot, 10 rounds slugs, bird shot okay for the rest).
4) A Black Marker, wrap around eye protection, ear protection and brimmed hat
5) Hydration fluids and snacks