Firearms Training

Learn firearm skills from professional instructors with extensive experience training law enforcement officers and civilians throughout Canada. Course dates are available on our company calendar, or we will gladly accommodate your training schedule. CTOA has developed working relationships with privately owned gun club ranges throughout Ontario. We are proud to announce that the Silverdale Gun Club is our official home base of operations for firearms training. However, we can bring our courses to you should that be necessary.

CTOA offers Firearm Training Courses in a safe, logical and progressive tiered system. Each course focuses on specific performance goals and objectives, complete with mandatory standards, which must be successfully achieved by the students.

 

Pistol Level 1 – Introduction to Pistol – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must possess a PAL and appropriate ATT for their firearm
  • Unlicensed participants of this particular course may rent a pistol from CTOA

Course Topics:

  • Firearm safety rules
  • Range safety protocols
  • Pistol characteristics and operation
  • Pistol calibre ballistics
  • Loading, unloading and proving the pistol safe
  • Marksmanship principles
  • Shooting fundamentals
  • Shooting awareness and familiarization drills
  • Course Test

 

Pistol Level 2 – Focusing on Fundamentals – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must be able to demonstrate how to safely and effectively load, unload and prove the pistol safe without assistance

Course Topics:

  • Student assessment
  • Review of safety rules and protocols
  • Review of the Principles of Marksmanship
  • Introduction to stoppages / immediate actions
  • Holster and drawing techniques
  • Shooting fundamentals; each isolated and performed in a series of specific drills focusing on firing accurate shots
  • Course Test

 

Pistol Level 3 – Enhanced Pistols Skills – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must have completed Fontline Pistol Level 2 Course
  • Must be able to complete incoming shooting test (same end of course test from Level 2)

Course Topics:

  • Student incoming test
  • Review of safety rules and protocols
  • Review of shooting fundamentals at various distances
  • Developing speed
  • Target transitioning
  • Multiple engagements
  • Perfecting reloading techniques
  • 1 – handed shooting techniques
  • Course test

 

Pistol Level 4 – Dynamic Pistol Skills – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must have completed CTOA Pistol Level 3 Course
  • Must be able to complete incoming shooting test (same end of course test from Level 3)

Course Topics:

  • Student incoming test
  • Review of safety protocols
  • Review of shooting fundamentals for accuracy and speed
  • Review of target transitions
  • Positional shooting techniques
  • Moving / shooting techniques
  • Course test

 

Complete Pistol Program – 5 days

This course is designed for the student seeking a career in the armed security field or in law enforcement. It is perfect for someone attending or thinking of attending a policing foundations program.

  • Why not get a start on your training and show your future employer that you have the desire and the initiative to develop yourself as an armed professional
  • Be prepared, develop the skills, competence and confidence now
  • As part of your course fee CTOA will supply a duty type pistol, the ammunition and support equipment necessary for the course
  • Upon successful completion of the course students will receive a unique certificate directly from CTOA to put in your resume

For any inquiries please contact Mike Babineau, Course Coordinator, by email at  info@ctoa.ca or by phone at 647-588-3021.

Tactical Rifle Level 1 – Introduction to Tactical Rifle – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must possess a PAL and appropriate ATT for their firearm
  • Unlicensed participants of this particular course may rent a pistol from CTOA

Course Topics:

  • Firearm safety rules
  • Range safety protocols
  • Tactical rifle characteristics and operation
  • Sighting systems
  • Rifle calibre ballistics
  • Grouping and Zeroing a rifle (academic)
  • Loading, unloading and proving the rifle safe
  • Marksmanship principles
  • Introduce the prone position and firing accurate shots
  • Grouping and Zeroing the rifle (practical application)
  • Course Test

 

Tactical Rifle Level 2 – Focusing on Fundamentals – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must be able to demonstrate how to safely and effectively load, unload and prove the rifle safe without assistance

Course Topics:

  • Student assessment
  • Review of safety rules and protocols
  • Review of the Principles of Marksmanship
  • Carrying / Slinging techniques
  • Developing an effective shooting platform
  • Confirmation of zero
  • Introduction to stoppages / immediate actions
  • Shooting fundamentals; each isolated and performed in a series of specific drills focusing on firing accurate shots
  • Course Test

 

Tactical Rifle Level 3 – Enhanced Tactical Rifle Skills – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must have completed Fontline Tactical Rifle Level 2 Course
  • Must be able to complete incoming shooting test (same end of course test from Level 2)

Course Topics:

  • Student incoming test
  • Review of safety rules and protocols
  • Confirmation of zero
  • Review of the shooting platform and fundamentals at various distances
  • Developing speed
  • Target transitioning
  • Multiple engagements
  • Perfecting reloading techniques
  • Course test

 

Tactical Rifle Level 4 – Dynamic Tactical Rifle Skills- 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must have completed Fontline Tactical Rifle Level 3 Course
  • Must be able to complete incoming shooting test (same end of course test from Level 3)

Course Topics:

  • Student incoming test
  • Review of safety protocols
  • Confirmation of zero
  • Review of shooting fundamentals for accuracy and speed
  • Review of target transitions
  • Positional shooting techniques
  • Moving / shooting techniques
  • Course test

 

For any inquiries please contact For any inquiries please contact Mike Babineau, Course Coordinator, by email at  info@ctoa.ca or by phone at 647-588-3021.

Tactical Shotgun Level 1 – Introduction to Tactical Shotgun – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must possess a PAL for their firearm
  • Unlicensed participants of this particular course may rent a shotgun from CTOA

Course Topics:

  • Firearm safety rules
  • Range safety protocols
  • Shotgun actions, characteristics and operation
  • Sighting systems
  • Shotgun ammunition types and usages
  • Patterning and Zeroing of a shotgun (academic)
  • Loading, unloading and proving the shotgun safe
  • Marksmanship principles
  • Patterning and Zeroing the shotgun (practical application)
  • Course Test

 

Tactical Shotgun Level 2 – Focusing on Fundamentals – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must be able to demonstrate how to safely and effectively load, unload and prove the rifle safe without assistance

Course Topics:

  • Student assessment
  • Review of safety rules and protocols
  • Review of the Principles of Marksmanship
  • Carrying / Slinging techniques
  • Developing an effective shooting platform
  • Confirmation of zero
  • Introduction to stoppages / immediate actions
  • Shooting fundamentals; each isolated and performed in a series of specific drills focusing on firing accurate shots
  • Course Test

 

Tactical Shotgun Level 3 – Enhanced Tactical Shotgun Skills – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must have completed Fontline Tactical Shotgun Level 2 Course
  • Must be able to complete incoming shooting test (same end of course test from Level 2)

Course Topics:

  • Student incoming test
  • Review of safety rules and protocols
  • Confirmation of zero
  • Review of the shooting platform and fundamentals at various distances
  • Developing speed
  • Target transitioning
  • Multiple engagements
  • Perfecting reloading techniques
  • Course test

 

Tactical Shotgun Level 4 – Dynamic Tactical Shotgun Skills – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must have completed Fontline Tactical Shotgun Level 3 Course
  • Must be able to complete incoming shooting test (same end of course test from Level 3)

Course Topics:

  • Student incoming test
  • Review of safety protocols
  • Confirmation of zero
  • Review of shooting fundamentals for accuracy and speed
  • Review of target transitions
  • Positional shooting techniques
  • Moving / shooting techniques
  • Course test

 

For any inquiries please contact For any inquiries please contact Mike Babineau, Course Coordinator, by email at  info@ctoa.ca or by phone at 647-588-3021.

Precision Rifle Level 1 – Introduction to Precision Rifle – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must possess a PAL
  • The rifle, optic and ammunition utilized must be capable of one minute of angle accuracy
  • Unlicensed participants of this particular course may rent a rifle from CTOA

Course Topics:

  • Firearm safety rules
  • Range safety protocols
  • Precision rifle characteristics and operation
  • Sighting systems and adjustments
  • Minute of Angle (theory)
  • External ballistics
  • Grouping and Zeroing a rifle (academic)
  • Loading, unloading and proving the rifle safe
  • Marksmanship principles
  • Fitting of the rifle platform to the shooter
  • Introduce the prone position with support equipment
  • Application of the Marksmanship Principles and firing accurate shots
  • Grouping and Zeroing the rifle (practical application)
  • Course Test

 

Precision Rifle Level 2 – Firing Perfect Shots – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must use a rifle and optic effectively fitted to the shooter, sighted-in for 100m and capable of forming a group
  • Must be able to demonstrate how to safely and effectively load, unload and prove the rifle safe without assistance
  • Must understand the theory of a group

Course Topics:

  • Student assessment
  • Review of safety rules and protocols
  • Review of the Principles of Marksmanship
  • Confirmation of zero
  • Practical precision training exercises
  • Scope tests
  • Course Test

 

Precision Rifle Level 3 – Enhanced Precision Rifle Skills – 1 day

Prerequisites:

  • Must have completed Fontline Precision Rifle Level 2 Course
  • Must be able to complete incoming shooting test (same end of course test from Level 2)

Course Topics:

  • Student incoming test
  • Review of safety rules and protocols
  • Review of the Principles of Marksmanship
  • Applying the theory of a group to distance
  • Confirmation of zero
  • Apply minutes of angle to distance and effectively make sight adjustments from 25 to 300 (+) meters
  • Course test

 

For any inquiries please contact For any inquiries please contact Mike Babineau, Course Coordinator, by email at  info@ctoa.ca or by phone at 647-588-3021.

Each 1-day firearm course has a cost of $140.00 per person, plus HST. There are a minimum number of 6 participants required in order to proceed with the course. Each 1-day firearm course also has a maximum number of 14 participants before being declared full.

The firearm courses involving multiple days have a cost of $190.00 per person per day, plus HST with the same minimum and maximum participation requirements as 1-day courses.

Please view our training calendar for course dates. It is advisable to register as early as possible to secure yourself a position on any of these courses. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the course coordinator. Upon receiving your registration, the course coordinator will send you a set of joining instructions outlining the specifics for timings, equipment and further prerequisites.

We look forward to seeing you on the line.

BALLISTIC SHIELD (2 days)

Learn several methods of ballistic shield deployment for use during room clearing, staircases, and wounded recovery. One/two officer shield use. Live fire exercise included.

BASIC TACTICAL (15 days)
For officers recently assigned to a tactical or perimeter control team. Introduction to basic tactics and techniques, team organization and structure, searches and room clearing, warrant service, covert movement, barricaded suspect situations, chemical agents, less lethal options. Practical training exercises.

STEALTH MOVEMENT (2 days)
Stealth entry techniques including invisible deployment, movement in hallways and staircases, room clearing, clearing of suspect’s stronghold position. Practical training exercises.

DYNAMIC ENTRY HIGH-RISK WARRANT SERVICE (5 days)
This course is designed for members of tactical/gang/drug or any other specialty unit. Warrant planning, intelligence gathering, reconnaissance, diversion methods, speed/timing/surprise, dynamic entry, breaching, limited penetration and contain and call out.

HOSTAGE RESCUE (5 days)
Follow-up to Basic Tactical training. This course covers crucial aspects of hostage rescue operations including hostage rescue concepts, immediate action rapid deployment, negotiating concepts, hostage rescue force options, open air option, stronghold and vehicle options.

HOSTAGE RESCUE – EXPLOSIVE FORCED ENTRY (10 days)
This course consists of hostage rescue training as above but with the addition of critical safety issues – calculating net explosive weight, safe stacking distance, and internal overpressure, breaching report documentation, breaching wood/metal doors – both internal and external, defeating barricaded doors, charge placement drills, action on misfire, multiple breach point entries, developing standard operating procedures, stronghold analysis, breacher’s aide memoir.

TACTICAL OPERATIONS – WINTER CONDITIONS (5 days)
A course designed for tactical units that operate in extreme winter conditions. How adverse conditions affect team deployment and equipment, and how to overcome difficulties presented by winter – weapons selection, chemical munitions, specialty impact munitions, clothing selection, and winter survival skills.

BASIC TACTICAL RAPPEL (3 days)
Prerequisite: Students must be in excellent physical condition
A course designed to provide the student with beginning climbing skills necessary to rappel safely. Emphasis is placed on knots, anchor systems, introduction to equipment to aid in both ascension and descension and includes alternate methods of rappelling. This course can be a first step to becoming a rappel master. It is recommended that students supply their own safety equipment including climbing harness, rappel gloves, steel locking carabineer, rescue-8 and safety helmet. Other climbing gear and ropes will be supplied.

TACTICAL RAPPEL MASTER (5 days)
Prerequisite: Students must be in excellent physical condition and have completed BASIC TACTICAL RAPPEL within past two years
This course includes instruction as noted in the Basic Tactical Rappel course, but with special emphasis on static rappels and rescue systems. It is recommended that students supply their own safety equipment including climbing harness, rappel gloves, steel locking carabineer, rescue-8 and safety helmet. Other climbing gear and ropes will be supplied.

M.O.E. MANUAL BREACH – LEVEL 1 (1 day)

This course is designed for tactical team/gang/drug/specialty units. Includes breaching methodology, tactics, tools, techniques, planning considerations and safety concerns regarding safe handling of heavy equipment.

M.O.E. MANUAL / BALLISTIC BREACH – LEVEL 2 (2 days)
Prerequisite: M.O.E. MANUAL BREACH – LEVEL 1 course
This course is designed for tactical team/gang/drug/specialty units. Includes breaching methodology, tactics, tools, techniques, planning considerations and safety concerns regarding safe handling of heavy equipment. In addition, course includes ballistic breaching methodology, understanding frangible projectile performance and capabilities as it applies to special operations. Live fire practical training exercise.

M.O.E. MANUAL / BALLISTIC / THERMAL BREACH – LEVEL 3 (3 days)
Prerequisite: M.O.E. MANUAL / BALLISTIC BREACH – LEVEL 2 course
This course is designed for tactical team/gang/drug/specialty units. Includes breaching methodology, tactics, tools, techniques, planning considerations and safety concerns regarding safe handling of heavy equipment, ballistic breaching methodology, understanding frangible projectile performance and capabilities as it applies to special operations. Live fire practical training exercise. Also includes use of thermal lance and high temperature cutting tools, fire hazard risks, other risk and planning considerations. Demonstration and opportunity to use thermal breaching during practical training exercise.

M.O.E. MANUAL / BALLISTIC / THERMAL / EXPLOSIVE FORCED ENTRY – LEVEL 4 (10 days)
MASTER BREACHER
Prerequisite: M.O.E. MANUAL / BALLISTIC / THERMAL BREACH – LEVEL 3 course within two years
For tactical team/special operations. Includes breaching methodology, tactics, tools, techniques, planning considerations and safety concerns regarding safe handling of heavy equipment, ballistic breaching methodology, understanding frangible projectile performance and capabilities as it applies to special operations, live fire practical training exercise, use of thermal lance and high temperature cutting tools, fire hazard risks, other risk and planning considerations, demonstration and opportunity to use thermal breaching during practical training exercise, hostage rescue training including critical safety issues – calculating net explosive weight, safe stacking distance, and internal overpressure, breaching report documentation, breaching wood/metal doors – both internal and external, defeating barricaded doors, charge placement drills, action on misfire, multiple breach point entries, developing standard operating procedures, stronghold analysis, breacher’s aide memoir.

CHEMICAL MUNITIONS USER (5 days)

Designed for tactical/gang/drug/specialty unit members. Course provides introduction to chemical munitions including CN, CS, OC, and smoke. Students will learn history, methodology, delivery systems, safety concerns and planning considerations.

LESS LETHAL / SPECIALTY IMPACT MUNITION USER (5 days)
Designed for tactical/gang/drug/specialty unit members. Course provides introduction to specialty impact munitions including 12 gauge, 37mm and 40mm projectiles (bean bag, sock round and baton round) . Students will learn history, methodology, delivery systems, safety concerns and planning considerations.

DISTRACTION DEVICE USER (5 days)
Designed for tactical/gang/drug/specialty unit members. Course provides introduction to flash sound distraction devices. Students will learn history, methodology, delivery systems, safety concerns and planning considerations.

TACTICAL NEGOTIATIONS – LEVEL 1 (1 day)

This course is designed for patrol first responders to critical incidents. Topics to be covered include negotiating concepts and methodology, communication techniques, surrender and transition techniques. Course provides student with essential crisis resolution skills.

TACTICAL NEGOTIATIONS – LEVEL 2 (3 days)
Prerequisite: TACTICAL NEGOTIATIONS – LEVEL 1 course
This course is designed for members of tactical teams or individuals assigned to critical incident response teams (CIRT). Topics to be covered include negotiating concepts and methodology, communication techniques, surrender and transition techniques, CIRT team structure, team management, hostage taker profiling, tactical intervention options, emotionally disturbed person profiling. Course provides student with advanced crisis resolution skills.

TACTICAL NEGOTIATIONS – LEVEL 3 (5 days)
Prerequisite: TACTICAL NEGOTIATIONS – LEVEL 2 course
This course is for the experienced negotiator. Topics include psychological/psychiatric intervention and its effect on the negotiating process, advanced communication and negotiating strategies, in depth study of inquest and public inquiries, critical incident debriefing skills and the after action report process. Students will enjoy workshop activities, role playing, guest lectures by mental health professional (subject matter expert), and practical exercises. Students will come away prepared to negotiate during the most volatile critical incidents.

CTOA PERSONAL DEFENSE TRAUMA CARE

The CTOA Personal Defense Trauma Care course is aimed at the frontline police officer, who often finds himself or herself working alone, with no immediate back-up. Hence, their need to be able to perform life-saving procedures calmly and under great stress, on themselves or on a buddy, is greatly intensified.

CHEMICAL MUNITIONS INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION (5 days)

Prerequisite: CHEMICAL MUNITIONS USER course within past two years
This course will provide the student with a comprehensive exposure to chemical munitions operations and effective teaching methods as it applies to the safe handling of chemical munitions. Includes classroom, range exercises and operational deployment.

LESS LETHAL / SPECIALTY IMPACT MUNITION INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION (5 days)
Prerequisite: LESS LETHAL / SPECIALTY IMPACT MUNITION USER course within past two years
This course will provide the student with a comprehensive exposure to specialty impact munitions operations and effective teaching methods as it applies to the safe handling of SIM. Includes classroom, range exercises and operational deployment.

DISTRACTION DEVICE INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION (5 days)
Prerequisite: DISTRACTION DEVICE USER course within past two years
This course will provide the student with a comprehensive exposure to distraction device operations and effective teaching methods as it applies to the safe handling of NFDD. Includes classroom, range exercises and operational deployment.

Each course is geared primarily to first responders among police, fire, CBRNE and EMS personnel. The series would also be of interest and benefit to security managers in government and industry. Certified bomb technicians in law enforcement and the military would also pick up some useful information and see some items they have never seen before.

PRINCIPLES OF EXPLOSIVES AND PROPELLANTS, INCLUDING COMMERCIAL, MILITARY AND HOMEMADE PRODUCTS (1 day)
This course is for the police patrol officer and building security personnel. It is designed to acquaint the student –who has had little or no exposure to the subject of explosives, with their recognition, uses and hazards. It offers recommended procedures to be followed if any of the items are found in a vehicle, on property or inside a building. Course covers 19 subject areas.

The course material involves PowerPoint presentations and inert representative samples of all items that will be passed around to students for handling– and to generate questions.

PRINCIPLES OF IED CONSTRUCTION, COMPONENT FUNCTION AND HAZARDS (1 day)
This course is for police first responders and security managers in government and industry. This is a basic course instructing on the components of improvised explosive devices, the function of the various components, containers, methods of concealment, and hazards involved and how to assess them. Practical procedures are discussed as to how these devices should be dealt with when found in, on, or around a vehicle, on residential or commercial property or inside a building. Students will have the opportunity to handle inert examples of all of the items used in the course. The course will include PowerPoint slides, posters, display boards, simulated explosives, simulated IEDs and a broad group of components. All simulated explosives are inert and safe. Course covers 23 subjects.

BOOBYTRAPS AND VICTIM-INITIATED DEVICES (1 day)
Boobytraps are extremely dangerous devices and may be used singly or in multiples in the same device. They are also frequently used by illicit drug manufacturers to protect their territory and operation. This course is primarily for law enforcement first responders, and has content of interest to military and police bomb technicians. It reviews the basic operating principles of a wide variety of boobytraps (“victim-initiated detonating systems”) and covers their construction and function in detail. It also discusses possible “gagging” and RSP approaches that may successfully defeat some types of boobytraps. Military boobytraps (“demolition switches and firing devices”) from several countries and eras will also be discussed, with actual examples shown. Concealment techniques will be demonstrated.

SEARCHES AND COUNTERMEASURES (1 day)
Explosives and Improvised Explosive Devices, chemical, biological and radiological devices have different characteristics and threat levels for first responders and the public. They may be out in the open and plainly visible, or well-concealed in a vehicle, in a building, in a storage compound, or buried below ground. This is a basic course for first responders, police officers doing vehicle searches (at checkpoints, vehicle stops and parking lots) and security personnel undertaking a building search. The purpose of this course is to instruct personnel who have limited knowledge of explosives, IEDs and WMDs to conduct various types of searches, with maximum safety to themselves, colleagues and the public; it will introduce them to the instruments, tools and countermeasures techniques available to them, to make their job safer.

Search exercises of vehicles and the building will be conducted to discover actual hidden devices.
X-RAY IMAGING, IDENTIFICATION AND INTERPRETATION (1 day)
This course is for security screeners, and also first responders and bomb technicians who may have access to portable x-ray equipment.

It is a review of explosives, IED components, firearms and ammunition, and military ordnance items, stun guns and other conducted energy weapons, and other threat items. The operating principles of portable and static x-ray imaging systems and the comparative advantages of each will be covered. A comparison will be made between monochrome and colour x-ray imaging.

Power sources, switches and timers, arming systems and devices, boobytraps, detonator types, and assorted containers will be shown and discussed. Hundreds of component x-ray images will be shown and discussed, and the student will learn the significance of different features of the images and what they represent—particularly the hazards to the operator and the public.

There will be 2 classes per day:

  • 10am – 12pm
  • 1pm – 3pm

Cost $100 per day or $75 if committed for year of courses

Krav Maga is a tactically-channeled scientific approach to engaging a threat in close quarters which is based on instinctive responses allowing tactics to be learned and effectively applied in minimal time.

F.A.S.T. system is specifically designed for members of Emergency Rescue Unit (ERU) teams. It is the only close quarters fighting system designed specifically for members of special operations teams that deal with violent offenders at close quarters while wearing all of their full tactical gear. This system addresses the added weight of the operators equipment and focuses on weapon retention. This system is designed by tactical officers with years of experience and addresses the reality of the situation, at times when you can’t back up and must control the hostile subject. This is a two day intense course that has a primary focus of weapon retention.

Security Training

RBG Instructed by RBG Security

You strive for excellence in your work. You understand the importance of providing an elevated standard of protection – whatever the task. You want to receive the best training you can get, to expect the best, and be prepared for the worst. That’s why you’re looking at this site. Engaging in CTOA training means unequalled instruction – from basic to advanced. There are no limits to how high you can go, or how far. It’s up to you. Expect more.

At CTOA we offer security courses that reflect the caliber of training you demand. Our exciting and supportive training environment puts you on the path to success in the private security industry.

This includes:

Use of Force
Handcuffing
Tactical Baton
Defensive Tactics
  • Loss Prevention Training
  • Risk Management Surveillance
  • Crisis Intervention and Management
  • First Aid / CPR / Defibrillator
  • Tactical Casualty Combat Care
  • Terrorism: Assessing the Current Threat‎ / Target Hardening
  • Krav Maga
Effective Close Protection for your client requires considerable skill, knowledge, and preparedness. Your detail demands it, and deserves it. For those seeking superlative training and preparation for a career in CP and VIP protection, look no further. At RBG CTOA Training, you receive real-world training from CP instructors experienced in the field.

Our courses encompass the elements the CP Operative will require in the work environment. From introductory to advanced, CTOA Training will prepare you like no other.

Level 1: Introduction to Close Protection, VIP Protection, Bodyguarding
Level 2: Advanced Close Protection Operative Training
Level 3: Elite High-Risk Operative Training

Intelligence Training

Instructed by
  • Interview/Debriefing/Elicitation and Counter-Elicitation
  • Behavioural Symptoms Analysis / Neuro-Linguistic Programming
  • Traveller Hardening and Security Awareness
  • HUMINT Candidate Assessment Course
  • Military Operations Debriefing Course
  • Tactical Questioning Course
  • HUMINT Level I II III
  • Defence Attache Course
  • Senior Executive HUMINT Introduction
  • All Source Analysis Course
  • Intelligence Management Course
  • ELINT, COMINT, and ASW Analyst/Operator Courses
  • Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT)
  • Security Awareness Course
  • Suicide Bomber Awareness Course
  • Military Counter-Intelligence Basic Course
  • Military Counter-Intelligence Intermediate Course
  • Physical Surveillance/Counter-Surveillance Operator Course
  • Evasive Driving Course