(5 days / 40 Hours)
course is designed to provide tactical team operators with non-lethal
force options. The course prepares operators to use a simple and
systematic CQC system designed for apprehending subjects during dynamic
entries, hostage rescue or to control a surrendering subject.
The CQC Instructor Course includes:
The Psychology of Combat Performance and Learning Principles
Survival stress is one of the primary enemies of
tactical team operators. This
unit explores the relationship between heart rates and performance, as
well as methods to control the operatorís heart rate in pre-combat
Non-lethal Force Control for Tactical Entries
This unit addresses the tactical applications of
CQC techniques for subject resistance during deployments.
The unit examines a simple system of defensive counterstrikes.
The techniques are structured to be compatible with dynamic entry
procedures without compromising operational goals.
Door Extractions and Disarming Techniques
The disarming techniques in this unit focus on situations where
an operator encounters an armed subject during an entry or when a
subject comes through a doorway armed, with or without a hostage.
The student learns techniques that apply to a handgun or long
Coordinated Edged/Blunt Weapon Control
|This unit is designed to address coordinated edged weapon control for dynamic entries or hostile subjects. This unit will examine lines of attack, vital targets and quick assault combinations. Once students have an understanding how a knife can be used, the edged weapon countermeasures unit will train operators to control edged weapon confrontations, without losing the integrity of team deployments.|