Instructor Course has two main objectives. The first one is to prepare the new Instructor Staff for providing and supporting ESA Courses specifically in Latin American countries and Globally elsewhere. Candidates who prove to be most advanced during this programme may be given a chance to support ESA courses in Europe.
Second objective is to acquaint the participants with European Security Academy training curriculum and teaching concept adjusted to particular standards and requirements in Latin American countries. This training course is highly intense and terminate with comprehansive exam (practical and theoretical).
Military/Police ID or Close Protection Operative or PMC or DDM or CQB course completed.
Instructor Development training course is dedicated only to law enforcement personnel, government security contractors or ex ESA graduates and representatives.
Tactical Belt. Tactical/Outdoor boots. Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions.
- Introduction, Instructor & Student Biographies
- Introduction to ESA training concept and standards
- ESA operations in Latin America
- Overview of ESA : history, current prospects , future projects
- Establishing ground rules
- Adult Learning Concepts
- Teaching Methods
- Individual Skills Assessment
- Individual Skills Improvement Assessment
- Selection of teaching tools, facilities and equipment
- The use of PowerPoint presentation in training
- Exams & Evaluation – ESA Concept
- Chosen elements of ESA courses content
- Selection of exercises/drills to the group level / level of student
- Presentation skills of students skills in teaching and Instructions- Workshop
- Advance weapon drills
- Class Conclusion & Farewell