Which three concrete steps can current and next generation of police / first responder trainers take today to provide better training than they already do? In my interview with Brian Willis he spoke about three concrete steps that current and next generation of police trainers can take today to provide even better training than they already do.
Listen to this fragment of or three part series where Brian gives us trainers very actionable steps to do an even better job than we already do. This is not to say that we as trainers are doing a bad job. On the contrary as we as trainers always do our best to provide good training. But how great is it to have some concrete steps to become even better even under the constraints where training is not always given its needed time? So follow Brian his advice today. Make a small step. And remember ‘If you don’t take the time for that now, when will you do?
What three concrete steps can the current and next generation of police trainers can take today to provide better training than they already do?
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Look for people who have implemented these strategies and can tell you what and how to do
Police education and the state of Oregon
See around corners principle for LEO trainers (Tim Ferris principle)
Smallest change, biggest difference principle
Do trainers have influence on the training curriculum?