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April 04, 2013

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Blauer Tactical Systems Announces Multiple New Training Opportunities in 2013

June 10 - June 14, 2013
SPEAR System: Instructor Certification Course – Lake Mary, Florida (Orlando area)

June 12 - June 14, 2013
SPEAR System: Operator Course – Bellingham, Washington (Seattle area)

August 5 –August 8, 2013
SPEAR System: Instructor Certification Course -- Fort Wayne, Indiana

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August 26 – August 28, 2013
SPEAR System: Operator Course – Appleton, WI

September 9 – September 13, 2013
SPEAR System: Instructor Certification Course – Des Moines, Iowa

September 9 – September 13, 2013
SPEAR System: Instructor Certification Course – Des Moines, Iowa

September 10 – September 12, 2013
SPEAR System: Applications for Control and Arrest – Henderson, Texas

September 30 – October 3, 2013
SPEAR System: Instructor Certification Course – Glenview, Illinois (Chicago area)

November 18 – 21, 2013
SPEAR System: Control and Arrest – Evansville, Indiana

For a complete listing of all Blauer Tactical Systems courses, visit http://www.regonline.com/SPEARcourses

Instructor Certification
Our most popular program is back with newer drills and important updates, this year's program includes advanced video assistance, 4 & 8 hour PowerPoint presentations, Use of Force applications, expert witness components and much more. Course includes: Startle/Flinch Conversion Theory & Drills, Counter Ambush Policy Development, Close Quarter Tactics, Full SOP/ROE Trainer Development program assists DT Instructors in adding extreme close quarter tactics to their agency Use Of Force model. New medical & scientific data is included regarding the physiological foundation of the S.P.E.A.R. SYSTEM™.

Control & Arrest
This courseis the BTS approach to the problems that face every officer who must penetrate the proverbial 'reactionary gap' and take a suspect into custody. Most conventional approaches have officers focusing on complex motor skills and their cuffing ritual before they've actually, tactically confirmed the suspect is a non-combatant. Coach Blauer wrote an article (treatise) called THE THEORY OF PRESUMED COMPLIANCE which explains some of the psychological and attitudinal issues that make sudden resistance at close-quarters such a problem.

This course is designed to teach the essential skills and drills for the application of Control & Arrest Tactics that are compatible with the S.P.E.A.R. SYSTEM's Counter Ambush Training. Course content includes: Startle/Flinch Conversion Theory, establishing Point of Domination, control positions, solo and tandem takedowns, control to out of control Drills, handcuffing position and vehicle extraction. 

Operator Course
This class isn’t just for SWAT operators and tactical teams. It is for any cop who may make entry into a home or building, on a search, warrant service or investigation. It is for anyone who moves through space with their guns in hand and may have to transition to handcuffing or go hands on in moment’s notice. It is for anyone who may find themselves in a “no room to shoot, no time to shoot” situation. While these are skills often trained by special operations teams, in many agencies they are real life scenarios patrol cops and investigators find themselves in every day. It is for any law enforcement and military who do these things daily.

If you have questions or are interested in hosting any Blauer Tactical Systems Course email combatives@blauertactical.com or call 877.773.2748.

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