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40-Hour Team Tactics Course
Close Quarters Tactics 1
Close Quarters Tactics 2
Close Quarters Tactics 3
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This 3-Day Level 2 Course will demand proficiency with the fundamentals and principles established in the Level 1 Course. Students will encounter increasingly complex problems and will learn to apply the system to mitigate them. Scenarios which include hallways with multiple rooms and room configurations that restrict numbers but require additional movement within. This will challenge students to properly process and clear these spaces. Students will learn to be efficient and maintain as clearance problems necessitate coordination of the team in multiple small elements working simultaneously. Scenarios under low light conditions will introduce students to proper utilization of illumination devices and demonstrate the advantages of a standardized principle-based system in unfavorable conditions.
* Completion of CQT 1 is required for enrollment in this course.
Enrollment closes October 6th, 2023 @ noon
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Norse Training Method
Operational proven tactics, techniques, and procedures
Courses consists of 5% classroom time to help introduce concepts and provide an overview of training, and 95% practical application. Practical exercises are the primary instruction method.
Logged Sustainment Training Hours Since 2014
Ensure That Students Are Afforded Flexibility While Ensuring Adherence to Intended Utilization
Principle-based System Along With Sustainment Creates an Unmatched Level of Proficiency and Long-term Retention of Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures
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A systematized training method
Our systematized training method ensures consistent subject matter presentation and course format regardless of instructor, venue, or student base.
courses accredited across 5 states
METHODS that become ingrained once training ends
The Norse Portal
Norse clients understand the success that comes with systematized and standardized training.
For full department access featuring standard content along with monitoring and testing features.
For Patrol Officers featuring standard content and communication features.
For SWAT and Warrant Service Teams, Flex and Narcotics Teams featuring standard content and communication features, along with Special Discipline content (Breaching, Mobility, Precision Rifle, and Tactical Medicine).
Training time is a precious commodity for Law Enforcement Officers and the agencies they represent. Advanced training requires more time spent in formal courses to achieve quality results and more time spent post formal course time to ensure proficiency.
Students attending Norse courses utilize the Portal as an essential part of the course. Communication between students and instructors in conjunction with instructional video segments of course content produce exceptional levels of proficiency and retention of course content.
Students who become subscribing members of the Portal have continuous access to these resources. The value of training is much greater if the student is able to retain the information with a high level of proficiency. Skillsets which do not get utilized and practiced on a daily basis will consistently diminish. These skillsets are often those that are necessary in an immediate manner within a critical situation.
Not sure what course is right for you and your team?
Not sure what course is right for you and your team?
Norse now has an online Learning Management System to simplify the registration and course learning process. Once a user has created an account, students can register for courses within that account, review course videos, take exams and compile all certificates in one place. All aspects contribute to a higher learning process and course content retention Once an account is created, it will be pending until a Norse Staff Member has activated the account. Once activated, students can access the courses and register for new courses.
Our KLEC & ILEA Accredited Courses Include:
*Kentucky Law Enforcment Council & Indiana Law Enforcement Association
Norse Sustainment Training Programs were created to provide an enhanced level of proficiency and retention of tactics, techniques, and procedures for Your Department.
The standard sustainment program features 8 training days over the course of a calendar year, but you are able to customize a package for as many days as you request. The Norse Training System applied to the accredited curriculum provides improved levels of operational capability, officer safety, and de-escalation capacity. The frequency of training within this program ensures continuous progression and improvement rather than maintenance of existing levels of capability. This training takes place at our facilities in southeast Indiana, southern Louisiana, as well as remote training locations anywhere in the United States, with programs for special operations and patrol officers. Yes, we can come to you!
Contact us at the number below to tailor a program to your needs
Norse is the largest and most established private training company in the United States, dedicated to training the men and women who protect our communities and our freedom.
Our mission is to provide the finest training programs available, giving the maximum advantage in high-risk circumstances, to those who put their life on the line for others on a daily basis.
Our instructors provide a curriculum that centers around the student and is based on real-life law enforcement and military experience.
Yes, we offer Sustainment Training Programs for tactical teams, various specialized units, and patrol. During this training, we will focus on your individual goals and tailor the program to meet your training needs within our system.
We also offer an online training retention tool, the Norse Training Portal. The Norse Training Portal delivers training videos directly to students to further increase our retention with our clients.
Call us to go over your team training interests, needs, and goals. From there, we will work together to establish a training package right for your team.
Absolutely! If your department wishes to host a training course, call us to go over the details. We will determine pricing and scheduling based on the type of course/location and provide you documentation to distribute for registration.
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Training (DOCJT) in Kentucky and is how we submit your hours for KLEC Accreditation. If you are not in KY, this does not apply to you.
No, just active-duty law enforcement or military. Credentials are required. We have courses for all skill levels. 100, 200 & 300 Level Courses.
LMS stands for “Learning Management System”. This platform allows our clients to easily register for courses, retain course certificates, communicate with instructors, and is a method we use to deliver course content such as videos and exams. Once an account is created, you don’t have to enter all of your information each time you want to register for a course!
No. Our training is specifically for ACTIVE-DUTY law enforcement and military personnel only.
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The Norse Instructor Cadre consists of prior military Special Operations from several branches and experienced law enforcement agents from multiple agencies.
The knowledge base of all instructors is extremely robust, but it is not something to broadcast or share with the public. We are a privatized training company for a reason: the training isn’t about us or getting publicity, it’s about the client and providing the best training possible.
Biographies can be shared verbally with students in a course upon request.
The week prior to the course, students will receive information regarding their instructor, training location and equipment required.
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