What's In It For Me?

  • Simplicity
  • Confidence
  • Optimism
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simple to understand

The FMS is a very methodical and logical system of progressions.

It all fits together, from defining our terms and outlining our assumptions, to the very techniques we advocate for and the phases for the developement of your drills.

When you leave class your mind will be opened, and you will see the dots connecting in ways you never considered before.

And you will most certainly look forward to and feel confident about teaching your next class.

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easy to teach

Too much information is as bad (or even worse) than too little information.

We give you a perfect balance; everything you need, and nothing you don't.

All of the key Concepts, Phrases, and Terms, wrapped up nicely in short and easy to read documents.

approvable

Our Contact Dominance Level 1 Course has been reviewed time and again by objective subject matter experts for Legal, Medical, and Tactical Soundness.

It has even been Risk-Reviewed by the United States Air Force, deemed as "Low" for likely training injuries.

Chances are good that your department and municipal risk provider will agree.

 

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genuine post-class support

 

Everything you need, all in one place

You will recieve access to Force University, our simple to use Learning Management System.

It includes short videos of everything we cover, all easy to remember and in the proper sequences.

It also includes our favorite Lesson Plans in 2, 4, and 8 hour segments.

They are all ready for you to use as is.  And you can even read them direct from your mobile phone if you like.

optimism: look forward to teaching your next class

There are 6 Critical Success Factors in delivering a successful training event (and we will introduce you to all of them in class).

One of the most overlooked is the attitude or perspective of you, the instructor.

Even with the highest speed techniques or the greatest delivery method, if the instructor has a fearful or pessimistic attitude about teaching, odds are high that his or her class will be a failure.

One thing about the FMS is for certain: you WILL enjoy and look forward to teaching your classes

And you will have a rewarding feeling when you see your officers respond to your instruction, make obvious improvements in ability, and especially when they tell you of their successes in the street.

What's In It For Me?