Description Reviews This two-day course focuses on how to optimally train others in marksmanship at speed. Our goal is for every student instructor to finish this class with a deeper understanding of how to train their students so that they can improve as efficiently as possible. Topics Covered: Principles of adult learning and performance psychology Diagnostic and coaching skills Technical efficiency and individual optimization of technique Drill selection for desired training effect Isolation of skills and training methodology for improvement Technical experimentation in training Complex drills for training skills in aggregate Maximizing performance under pressure Creating a feedback loop for maximizing efficiency of training Course Prerequisites Good health and a fitness level sufficient for strenuous physical activity. All our classes incorporate vigorous athletic movement. All our classes require safe weapons handling at an unconsciously competent level of skill. This includes drawing from a holster, reholstering, reloads, and weapons safety during dynamic movement and under physical and mental stress. Flagrant or negligent unsafe actions will result in removal from a class without refund. Equipment Requirements Serviceable pistol of 9mm or larger caliber, minimum 3 magazines (6 for single stack guns), belt, holster and at a minimum two mag pouches capable of retaining weapon and magazines during strenuous movement. Minimum 1,000 rounds of ammunition, although more is recommended. Eye/ear protection for range. No Serpa holsters or soft nylon/leather holsters permitted in class.