When

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM CDT
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Where

St.Paul Police-Richard Rowan Training Facility 
600 Lafayette Rd North
St. Paul, MN 55130
 

 
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Contact

Sgt. Liam Duggan 
St Paul Police Department's Professional Development Institute 
651-266-5415 
william.duggan@ci.stpaul.mn.us 
 

Designing Effective Training Programs 

The Saint Paul Police Department's Professional Development Institute in conjunction with Command Presence is proud to present "Designing Effective Training Programs."

Designing court defensible, evidence-based training is the cornerstone of enhancing officer performance and safety, while also protecting agencies from accusations of “failure to train”. Much of law enforcement training focuses on the quality of the instructor, but even the best instructors must have solid content to deliver to ensure peak performance of their officers. This course is designed to provide the law enforcement instructor with a simple toolbox to design law enforcement training (in any topic) in accordance with a validated Instructional System Design (ISD) process.

Through guided discussion and practical exercises, participants will learn:

• What Should We Teach? Determining Training Needs and Gaps

• Instructional System Design: The Roadmap to Successful Training

• Why do we know what we THINK we know? Determining Valid Resources

• Lesson Plans: They’re Really Necessary!

• Designing Effective Handouts: Stop Making Copies of the Slides!

Instructor: Michael Warren; Command Presence

Michael began his career in law enforcement in 1994 as an Emergency Dispatcher.  He completed his full-time law enforcement career as a Law Enforcement Sergeant in April 2018.  During his career Michael served in many different capacities.  He has been a patrol officer, detective, DEA Task Force Officer, patrol sergeant, and the Training and Standards Sergeant.  He was the primary use of force instructor for his agency and was responsible for developing and delivering the Civilian Pistol Safety class.  Michael also teaches nationally for Police Technical.

Michael earned his Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice from Liberty University.  He returned and earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Criminal Justice degrees from Liberty University.  He graduated from the Michigan State University School of Police Staff and Command.  Michael serves as a criminal justice adjunct instructor for Madonna University.  He is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association, the Excellence in Training Academy, and the Association for Talent Development.

Cost: $190 / person

Date: March 11th, 2020 at the Richard Rowan Training Facility

Cancellation and No-Show policy: Attendees who fail to show and who do not provide at least 24 hours notice will be billed at full tuition.