WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE?
The Tactical Brain Training course was developed specifically for first responders — including police, sheriff, correctional officers, paramedics, firefighters, dispatchers, lifeguards, and medical professionals. This training is also appropriate for civilians and support staff who work in the first responder departments and environments.
WHERE WILL THE TRAINING BE HELD?
Trainings are typically held on site, in your department. Some departments choose to rent out space in a nearby library or community center to accommodate more attendees.
WHAT TYPE OF ROOM IS NEEDED?
The room should be large enough to hold the number of participants you expect, and each participant should have a chair and a surface to write on available.
HOW LONG IS THE COURSE?
Our standard training is held for three hours, which includes time for lunch. We can also adjust the timing to fit your department’s availability and needs.
WHAT MATERIALS ARE NEEDED?
We require a projector, screen, chairs, and tables or desks for first responders to write on. We provide workbooks to all first responders who attend the training.
WHAT TIME OF DAY IS THE COURSE TYPICALLY DELIVERED?
The time depends on your department. It doesn’t matter to us!
WHAT DOES THE TRAINING COST?
The cost of the training is $1,550, plus travel and accommodations.
DO YOU OFFER DISCOUNTS FOR FINANCIALLY-STRAPPED DEPARTMENTS?
Occasionally we receive grants, which allow us to subsidize the cost of the training for departments with budget limitations.It’s worth asking us!
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN ATTEND?
It’s up to you! There is no minimum or maximum. The cost remains the same regardless of the number of attendees.
CAN WE PROVIDE MEALS DURING THE TRAINING?
Yes! Most hosts decide to cater or provide meals to first responders, as it increases attendance