Instructor training programs include the Active Shooter Threat Instructor Training Program from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers and the Field Instructor Training Program from the University Of Washington School of Social Work. Another instructor training program is the Zumba Basic Instructor Training.
The Active Shooter Threat Instructor Training Program is a rigorous course that incorporates leadership, evaluation and technical skills needed for expertise in the field. It includes intensive training on basic and active response tactics, such as operational formation and team movement. The program concentrates on the field trainer responsibilities and is for medically fit law enforcement agents with arrest authority on misdemeanor or felony related violations.
The Field Instructor Training Program is for present and prospective social work practicum instructors. The program includes learning the factors of an effective agency orientation and incorporating theory and practice. Students qualify by completing yearly practicum learning tasks. They receive Continuing Education Units for actual contact hours and a Certificate of Field Instruction after completing the program.
The Zumba Basic Instructor Training is a dance-fitness program that provides applicants with lessons on foundation and techniques of teaching a Zumba class. The program includes learning the basic rhythms, such as salsa, using the provided resources to fuse the rhythms into songs and steps of creating a Zumba class. Participants receive a Zumba license, which is a certificate of completion after they finish the program.