Close-Quarter-Countermeasures
Course Info
Location: Sydney, NSW Duration: Date: August 2020 Price:

Close-Quarter-Countermeasures

Goals:

The HFRG Tactical Team Close-Quarter-Countermeasures Course is designed to provide tactical team operators with non-lethal force options.The course prepares operators to use a simple and systematic CQC system designed for apprehending subjects during dynamic entries, hostage rescue or to control a surrendering subject.

Description:

  • Use of Force Human Factors
  • Instructor Development and Training Protocols
  • HFRG Control Principles
  • HFRG Tactical Handcuffing System
  • Tactical Entries
  • HFRG Collapsible Baton System
  • HFRG Shoulder Pin Restraint System
  • HFRG Weapon Retention and Disarming System

Topics:

  1. To examine survival learning research in an effort to enhance survivability in combat situations.
  2. To examine a CQC training psychology that enhances a tactical team's effectiveness in controlling resistance during tactical operations.
  3. To provide operators with non-lethal CQC techniques for dynamic entries, hostage rescues and controlling surrendering subjects.
  4. To refine student technique to the instructor level.
  5. To teach instructional methods designed to enhance a student’s ability to learn survival techniques, increase his/her confidence level, and assist in the successful application of physical techniques.

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