A.L.E.R.R.T. Active Attack Integrated Response (AAIR) Train-the-Trainer

Course Hours: 40.0 Hours

Course Description

The Active Attack Integrated Response (AAIR) Train-the-Trainer Course is a 40-hour performance level direct delivery course that addresses the concepts, principles, and technical aspects of responding to and implementing an integrated first responder deployment to an active attack event. This course is designed for first responders certified as instructors for law enforcement, fire, or EMS personnel who attend the course to become certified course instructors. These certified instructors are then authorized to deliver the ALERRT Active Attack Integrated Response (AAIR) course to their fellow responders within their own agencies and/or geographical area.

Prerequisites

Students must be a certified instructor for law enforcement, fire, or EMS personnel and be tasked with conducting active shooter integrated response training. EMS providers should be EMT-B certified (preferably EMT-I or EMT-P).

Who Should Attend

Local, state, federal, or military instructor-certified sworn law enforcement, fire, or EMS personnel tasked with conducting active shooter integrated response training.

Special Notes

This course uses force-on-force scenarios and practical exercises; therefore, the student will need to bring protection such as long sleeve shirts or jacket. Head and throat protection will be provided. Students should bring groin protection if desired. Students should bring note taking materials such as a pen and paper as well as attire for inclement weather, bug spray, sunscreen, snacks, and a refillable water container in anticipation of weather conditions and limited breaks. Students may wear their agency issued or approved uniform to class each session. This course is a hands-on training course and participants are encouraged to wear appropriate clothing for conducting practical exercises and scenarios. Fire and EMS personnel do not need to bring bunker gear. Department or agency issued or personal weapons, both primary and secondary, are not required for this course. Ammunition, weapon magazines, batons, electronic control devices, knives, and pepper spray are not allowed in the training area at any time during the course.

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