This course explores the basic skills and techniques of
teaching. Based on the principles of
adult education, the students study the dynamics of instructional delivery.
Successful completion of this course provides your agency instructors with the
techniques they need to apply to the Law Enforcement Communications course. As agency instructors they will be able to
deliver the LEC course either in-house or regionally, allowing for significant
reduction in your in-service training and travel costs.
Instructional media and exercises used throughout the course
reinforce the knowledge attained in lecture and demonstration. In addition,
each participant receives a comprehensive Law Enforcement Communications, First
Edition Instructor Guide Package as part of the course tuition. The Instructor
Guide Package includes the Instructor Techniques
textbook, course outline, lesson plans, the student text, and detailed
instructions on how to set up and run the course in-house for your agency.
Once certified as a LEC Instructor, your instructors will be
registered in our online community of instructors, created just for the Law
Enforcement Communications course.This PSConnect community
will give access to the teaching resources, including
the companion PowerPoint, audio-visual resources, optional readings, study
packages, puzzles and games.
Students enrolled in this course will participate in class
with those learning to teach in other disciplines as well. Course content
includes general instructional theory and techniques, as well as specific
strategies for teaching APCO’s Law Enforcement Communications course.
LEC – Instructor Technique textbook includes modules
Upon successful completion of the
course, your agency instructor will be able to:
- Instructional Techniques
- The Learning Process
- Lesson Plans
- Design and Use of Instructional Media
- Simulation Design and Use
- Testing and Evaluation
- Liability in Training
- Instructor Resources
- Train your personnel in the new Law Enforcement Communications, First Edition student course with these capacities:
- Foster skill development through practical exercises
- Develop lesson plans
- Design and use instructional media
- Create effective simulations
- Create quizzes and exams based on course objectives
- Understand the factors relating to liability in training
CDEs Earned: 40
APCO Institute certified agency instructors are required to
recertify every two years. Complete information on the recertification process
is provided at the conclusion of the Law Enforcement Communications, First
Edition Instructor course. Recertification requires ongoing continuing
education and teaching.
* You must be a current Associate, Full or
Commercial member to receive member discounts on all courses. Online members
receive member discounts on online courses only.
** Virtual Classroom
Requirements and Expectations
Late fee $25 (applied 10 days prior to course
Tuition includes a comprehensive course manual and
all certification fees.
Additional shipping fees may apply for
Massachusetts Registrants: Registration fees vary,
depending of the number of course registrants. Fees will be adjusted at the
start of the course, and you will receive a refund or revised invoice if
necessary. For more info, contact
Tuition for live courses does not include travel, lodging, meals or other costs. Online class tuition does not include web access fees or other local internet/web-related costs. Successful students will earn APCO Institute certification.