Understanding and Training the Female Shooter
This one-day instructor development class is designed and delivered by experienced female firearms instructors whose intentions are to share knowledge gained through years of training women in law enforcement at every level. A very honest and realistic approach to enhancing the female's shooting performance will be open for discussion.
Primary Objectives: As a result of this course the firearms instructor will have a better understanding of vocabulary and social issues and communication styles. They will have a broader knowledge of how a female's physiology plays a role in the shooting process and the ergonomic aides currently available to assist the smaller stature officer. Instructors will also learn some creative and effective ways of using peer coaching, introducing competition into their training, as well as proven concentration techniques to improve marksmanship.
Additionally, the firearms instructor will have the ability to evaluate different weapon systems and utilize a variety of ergonomic aides to determine their applicability. The class will be based on an open format with time allotted for questions and information sharing.
Participant requirements: Full duty gear with 100 rounds of pistol, shotgun 25 rounds of 00 buck or light load, pen and paper, billed cap, eye and ear protection.
Course Fees: $200.00
POST Approved: Course # 9038-0106 for 8 hours
Instructor: Lou Ann Hamblin, M.A.
Par-Q - Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire
Please see the Course Schedule for dates when this course is offered.