With so many lives on the line, proper law enforcement firearms instruction is absolutely crucial to any police department’s ongoing training efforts. That is why Action Target has hosted its Advanced Law Enforcement Training Camp (LETC) for more than 20 years. This September, from the 9th to the 13th, marks another year as law enforcement departments from across the country and the world meet at Action Target’s headquarters for unparalleled advanced firearms training.
LETC is designed to aid department firearms instructors in their training effectiveness and skill – and to pass that on to officers in their own agencies. Classes are geared toward getting participants out of their comfort zones and pushing beyond their current skill levels. Past classes have enabled even the most experienced professionals to excel further and improve.
J.C. Boylan, Range Master from Maricopa County, Arizona, participated in LETC 2011. “The firearms training and range were excellent,” Boylan said. “I have been a firearms instructor since 1984 and trained with some outstanding trainers…I can say because of Action Target’s LETC, I became a better and more confident shooter as well as a better firearms instructor.”
Participants choose four eight-hour classes to attend from the 11 offered.
This year’s classes include:
- Advanced Practical Handgun
- Ultimate Shotgun
- Extreme Close Quarter Battle Tactics with Hands, Knife, and Pistol
- Rapid Deployment Patrol Rifle Operator
- Training for the Fight with the Pistol
- Emergency Medical Response for Firearms Instructors
- Shoot, Move, Communicate
- Glock Armorer’s Course
- Reactive Shooting
- Shoothouse Training – Instructor Training
- High Performance Handgun
Classes will be held both at Action Target headquarters in Provo, UT, and the Utah County Sheriff’s Office Thistle Firing Range – just a short drive up the canyon in Thistle, UT.
Action Target has selected some of the best firearms instructors in the industry including instructors from Safariland Shooting School, Hoffner’s Training Academy, Spartan Tactical Training Group, and others. These instructors offer decades of experience in firearms and tactical training.
“The intensity of the conference was welcomed, and it was a true privilege to be among the world’s best instructors in the business,” Detective Juan Lopez said. “The training was beyond thorough, [Action Target’s staff’s] hospitality was over the top, and this training was hands down the most bang for your buck. The detailed lesson plans helped me to document and remember what I learned at the conference so I can continue to develop my skills as well as pass this training on to our officers who were unable to go. This was nothing less than the ultimate training experience and every range instructor’s dream.”
A $500 tuition provides:
- Four eight-hour classes taught by world class firearms instructors (choose from selection of 11)
- Six meals (four lunches, BBQ dinner, and the closing banquet)
- LETC “Dirty Harry” competition
- LETC collectible T-shirt
- Official certificate of completion signed by instructors
- Collaboration with training professionals across the country
Attendees are required to bring their own weapons and ammunition. If the current ammunition shortage is preventing you from attending, please contact us as we may have a solution for you through Salt Lake Wholesale Sports for most common handgun and rifle calibers.
Registration is currently underway. Go to www.ActionTarget.com/calendar and follow the link under the “More Info” column for Sept. 9 – 13. Submission instructions are located at the bottom of the page. Contact Dallon Christensen at firstname.lastname@example.org for any registration questions or concerns including ammunition needs. LETC is limited to the first 160 paid applicants, and classes are first-come first-served. Slots are filling up fast, so register today!
While primarily geared toward law enforcement firearms trainers, all law enforcement are invited to attend. Join us for a week of top-notch firearms training!
3 thoughts on “LETC 2013: A Week of Advanced Firearms Training”
Hello I’m a retired Sgt./ trainer and was wondering if I could attend this training. The week long advanced firearms training. LETC 2013
Larry A. Smith
951 769 4423
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