Sat, Sep 10|
MTFI Regional Training Center
Interactive Video Based Judgment Simulator Training
LIMITED SPACE! This training is one of the most realistic methods of testing your knowledge of use of force and how you perform under stress! Class taught by George Carr.
Time & Location
Sep 10, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM MDT
MTFI Regional Training Center, 112 W Farm Rd, Three Forks, MT 59752, USA
About the Course
This training exposes the student to various practical and realistic use of force scenarios. Students will use laser enabled, recoiling weapons to interact with multiple “shoot/don’t shoot” scenarios on a video screen. The students’ shots are recorded and reviewed during and after action following each scenario. Instructors can vary the outcomes of the scenarios based on the students’ behavior. This training is one of the most realistic methods of testing a student’s knowledge of use of force and how they perform under stress.
Instructor Bio: George Carr spent 25 years as a FBI Special Agent. During that time, George served as a Firearms and Tactical Instructor, SWAT Team Member and FBI Sniper. George was responsible for designing and implementing training for over 750 agents in the Los Angeles Field Office and taught new agents firearms training at the FBI Academy. George is certified as a Force Science Analyst which focuses on law enforcement response and human performance under stress. George is a NRA Certified Pistol Instructor and State of Montana Firearms Instructor. Prior to joining the FBI, George was an attorney.
What to expect: Class begins with an hour long presentation for the entire group in the classroom. We will then break into two groups. Half will work in the classroom with the simulator. Half will conduct live fire drills on the range that reinforce the simulator training. At the halfway point of the remaining time we will swap groups.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have not taken a Basic Pistol Course at MTFI or can prove equivalent proficiency/safety with your firearm, you will not be allowed to participate in the live fire drills.
Class size: 14 students maximum
Load out for live fire drills: 100 rounds