|Course Name||Course Number||Description||Cost|
|2011||This 80-hour course is directed toward law enforcement personnel who have a desire to become firearms instructors. It is intended to develop the necessary instructor competencies required to provide safe and effective firearms training. During this course participants will focus exclusively and intensely on the handgun while they work to develop instructor competencies.||$750. Effective January 2020,the fee will increase to $900.|
|2018||The Level II course provides the current firearms instructor with the much needed tools to identify shooter deficiencies, whether it be trigger control, sighting issues or physical issue surrounding the proper use of the weapon. The course provides solutions once the firearms instructor identifies the deficiencies.||$500. Effective January 2020,the fee will increase to $600.|
|2015||This course will provide the current firearms instructor with the contemporary techniques and theories. In addition this course will provide a review of federal and state laws and contemporary legal standards relating to the use of deadly force.||$300. Effective January 2020,the fee will increase to $350.|
This 24 hour course is designed to bring current firearms instructors up to date on the fundamentals of teaching and integrating Handgun Red Dot Sights (RDS) into their training curriculum or agency program.
|$300. Effective January 2020,the fee will increase to $400.|
|5035||This course is for retired or separated law enforcement officers seeking certification to carry concealed weapons throughout the county.||
$100 - For anyone applying for LEOSA for the first time and qualifying at the WSCJTC Range.
$50- For anyone renewing their LEOSA Qualification at the WSCJTC range.
|2030||This class is 40 hours in length.This course will give current firearm’s instructors the knowledge and skills of shotgun operation in both Lethal and Less-Lethal applications. This course is not ammunition specific, but rather, familiarizes officers with the variety of lethal ammunition options, less-lethal munitions options, and tactics currently used during LE operations.||$500. Effective January 2020,the fee will increase to $600.|
|2014||The Patrol Rifle Instructor course is a 40 hours in length and introduces the new WSCJTC Patrol Rifle Instructor Manual. The majority of this training will be classroom training to develop the Officer into more of a Subject Matter Expert on the Patrol Rifle, live-fire range time will solidify the classroom training.||$500 (applicants agency provides ammunition)|
|2024||This class is a recertification of Patrol Rifle Instructor Course #2014 and is 16 hours in length and should be attended within 3 years of last certification. This course will provide the current rifle instructor with the contemporary techniques and theories.||$200.|
|2028||This class is a recertification of Shotgun Instructor Course #2018 and is now a 16 hours in length and should be attended within 3 years of last certification. This course will provide the current shotgun instructor with the contemporary techniques and theories.||$300|
|2012||The 16-hour SIRT Instructor Course is directed toward law enforcement Master Firearms and Defensive Tactics personnel. It is intended to develop the necessary instructor competencies required to provide safe and effective firearms SIRT training. During this course participants will focus exclusively and intensely on the internal workings of the SIRT, while they work to develop instructor competencies.||$200|
|0511||The Advanced SWAT Course is directed toward the officers currently assigned to a specialized SWAT or emergency response team with minimum three years of experience. This course focuses on the enhancement of basic skills and the development of competencies necessary to conduct specialized missions such as hostage rescues, vehicle assaults, high risk warrant service, and tubular assaults, which are not presented in the Basic SWAT Course. In additional this course will provide training and experience in developing both Operational Plans (Pre-Mission) and After Actions Reports (Post-Mission).||$600|
|0510||This 65 hour course will provide the participants with an understanding of contemporary theories and concepts used during Law Enforcement tactical operations. Upon completion of this course participants will possess the fundamental knowledge and skills to function in the various positions required of a SWAT team member.||$600|
|2026||This 16 hour course is intended to train instructors on the correct usage of the VirTra Training Simulators.||$200|