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SWAT Command Decision-Making and Leadership I

SWAT Command Decision-Making and Leadership I

Both instructors were very knowledgeable and had a way of relating their knowledge base and experiences to the class. I have attended numerous training courses throughout my career and I can honestly say this is one of, if not the best. I would highly recommend this to any existing or potential team commander, regardless of experience.


New Jersey

SWAT Command Decision-Making and Leadership I

I left very happy with the course and what I got out of it. This is exactly the leadership class I have been looking for! I wanted to know the whats, ifs and whys of handling certain types of calls and the instructors checked those boxes.


New Hampshire

I attended the SWAT Commander I course in Henderson, Nevada in August. I want to thank Bart Branyon for his excellent instruction. The knowledge and insight he brought to the class made it outstanding! I feel very fortunate that I had to opportunity to attend under his instruction!
Lt. Jeff Hewes

Las Vegas Metro PD

SWAT Command Decision-Making and Leadership I

The tenure and experience of Instructor Jeff Selleg was obvious. His in-depth knowledge was easily translated into the flow of the course and provided students with valuable insight to a wide variety of scenarios, theories and options. He was candid about his past mistakes, allowing us the opportunity to learn. Jeff was clear in his instruction and presented the material in a manner that was easily understood by lesser experienced students while at the same time kept the more advanced students engaged.

As a supervisor, I received numerous comments of the course success and there was an overwhelming positive feel from the class. The course was excellent and of incredible value to me and my team. Outstanding job!

Major Richard Lain

Texas Department of Public Safety