POST - Instructor Development
This class is required for officers who want to instruct POST sponsored classes as well as attending any of the firearms based instructor courses. The Instructor Development course will provide the peace officer instructor with a working knowledge of how to develop performance objectives, lesson plans, utilizing proper teaching methods, etc.
Officers who successfully complete the Instructor Development course will be recognized as POST certified instructors.
This course is limited to 28 students, and must have a minimum of 20.
A written and skills based test will be administered where the officer needs to achieve 70% or greater to pass.
This course is one of the three, POST required courses for the Mid-Management Certificate.
- Attention: Due to the demand for this course, a one week cancellation is required, if you are registered and fail to cancel at least one week (7 days) prior to the first day of class you will not be considered for this training for the next class offered. This is to consider those that are on a wait list and to also fill the current class.
- This class is not a PowerPoint class, however, it is recomended that students bring a laptop computer to the training.
- Important: In an effort to save resources we have gone paperless. This will require that you print your own course materials and have them with you on the first day of class. When you register for the class we will provide the attachment or link for you to print materials. Please provide your email address so that we can send you the attachment. We will not print this material for you on the first day of class. Please anticipate this for all future POST classes. Thank you for your assitance in our effort to conserve.
Contact Sheryl Allums email@example.com to register and to receive attachment or link for course materials.
Dress code for attending POST classes is a neat, clean, and professional appearance. Slacks, shirts with collars, and/or department uniform can be worn. No shorts, cut-offs, open toe shoes, sweats, tank tops, or t-shirts are permitted.
|January 14-17, 2013||Hosted by the Utah County Sheriff's Office 3075 North Main Spanish Fork, Utah. Training located at the Corrections training room enter on the South West side of the building across from the gas pumps.IMPORTANT: See student notes above concerning course materials.||0800||Closed/FULL|
|February 25-28, 2013||Hosted by the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office. Training located at 3365 S. 900 W., SLC, Utah.||0800||Closed/FULL|
|March 25-28, 2013||Hosted by POST Region 2 and Weber State University Police Academy. Training located at the WSU Training and Learning Center 915 West Gordon Ave (1000 North) Layton, UT 84041||0800||FULL/Completed|
|May 6-9, 2013||Hosted by the Washington County Sheriff's Office located at 620 South 5300 West, Hurricane, Utah. For directions call 435-656-6500 IMPORTANT: See student notes above concerning course materials||0800||Completed|
|June 3-6, 2013||Hosted by the Bountiful Police Department located at 805 South Main Street in Bountiful, Utah.||0800||Completed|
|August 19-22, 2013||Hosted by the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office. Training located at 3365 S. 900 W., SLC, Utah. IMPORTANT: See student notes above concerning course materials.||0800||Completed|
|November 4-7, 2013||Hosted by the Washington County Sheriff's Office located at 620 South 5300 West, Hurricane, Utah. For directions call 435-656-6500 IMPORTANT: See student notes above concerning course materials||0800||Completed|
|February 10-13, 2014||Hosted by POST Region 2 and the WSU Police Academy/WSU Center for Continuing Education at 775 South University Blvd. Clearfield, Utah 84015.||0800||Open|
Last updated: 07/29/13